Progress Reports

11/20/2015 - 00:00

Students in grades 2 to 8 will be receiving their progress reports at the end of the day on Friday, November 20th, 2015.  Please review the progress report with your child.  Please note that students in K to grades 1/2 will not be receiving a progress report until the new  year.  Stay warm everyone!

Grade 1 Transportation changes for 2016-2017 school year

Please see the document in the Public Document Library in our public menu for information regarding changes to Grade 1 transportation for the next school year.School bus

Remembrance Day - Jour du Souvenir

Jour du SouvenirThank you to Mme Haynes for all her hard work in organizing our Remembrance Day/Jour du Souvenir assembly.  Our MCs Hanako Wolfe, Ella Tate and Angelique Uwiduhaye were poised and very well prepared for our guests and students in both English and French.  Mme Surkan`s class led us in singing O Canada in both languages.


Our guest speaker, Mr. Ponziano Aluma, a former refuge from Uganda presented a Powerpoint presentation on the meaning of Remembrance Day for him as a Canadian.  Thank you also to M. Arenada's class, who along with the help of M. Beckman, presented In Flanders Fields/Au Champs d'honneur in a dramatic tableaus.


Following our two minutes of silence and The Last Post by Connor Stonechild on the trumpet, Ms Zapshalas and Ms Shakespeare`s`classes sang This is My Wish by Jordan Sparks led by Mrs. Lowe-Conley to conclude our assembly.  Thank you to everyone for their respectful behaviour during this time to remember those who have made sacrifices for our freedom.  We encourage our students to take time, along with their families to pause for two minutes tomorrow at 11 a.m. in honour of our veterans and service members.



Mme Pelletier

Indigo - Love of Reading Foundation ADOPT A SCHOOL

Love of Reading


Please adopt our school at the link below:


We are currently in 6th place and climbing fast.  You can adopt once a day and even donate 1 book which

equals 10 adopts.  Keep the momentum going EECMS gang and community.  We could win $10 000 toward

new books for our library.


Here's to books!  Bravo aux livres!

Les photos scolaires - picture day is Tuesday Oct. 29th!

Scrub those faces, comb that hair and put on your best smiles - it is picture day this Tuesday, Oct. 29th.


Picture Day

ÉEMCS - Community Council Family Barbeque

See you all tonight at the BBQ.  Remember to bring your own lawn chairs or blankets to sit on.

5:30 - 7:00 at the school - 18 Wakefield Crescent

Indigo - Love of Reading Foundation ADOPT A SCHOOL

Please see below for information on how you can help put one book in the hands of every student in our school.


New School Year 2015-2016

Bienvenue/welcome all new and returning students, parents, guardians and school team to École Elsie Mironuck Community School.  Classes officially start for students on Tuesday, September 1st, 2015 at 8:53 a.m. Students are to meet on the playground and join the teacher holding their grade sign.  They will then be escorted into the building and directed to the appropriate classroom and teacher.

Please find attached the school supply lists.

If you are new to our school community, please register at the office and remember to bring along a copy of your child's birth certificate as well as their Saskatchewan health card.

Our entire school team is looking forward to beginning this educational journey together.

Here's to an amazing year!    Smile

À bientôt. See you soon.


Book Swap

École Elsie Mironuck

Community School is holding a book swap for summer reading on Tuesday, June 16th.

Students are asked to bring school appropriate books to school beginning on Monday, June 8th to their classroom teachers.

Teachers will track how many books each student brings and they will be able to take the same amount of books home with them on June 16th.

If you have any questions please call Mme Brown @ 306-791-8486


Track and Field Day

On Wednesday, June 3rd students in grades 4-8 will spend the day at Canada Games Athletic Complex at Douglas Park. Students are competing in a standards track and field meet. Students will compete in different activities based on age: ball throw, shot put, high jump, standing long jump, long jump, triple jump and a variety of race distances.

Students will need to pack for a day away from the school including: sunscreen, hat, insect spray, lunch and rain jackets if needed. There will be a canteen with items available for purchase.

Parents are invited to attend and cheer on the Elsie Mironuck students.



Canada Games Athletic Complex

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