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  • Registration

    Registration

    Would you like to learn more about our school?

    We'd be happy to answer any questions that you may have.

    Give us a call @ 780 455-6171

    Kindergarten Registration is accepted from FEBRUARY 4 - APRIL 15, 2019

    Chinese Bilingual Kindergarten Parent Night- January 28th at 7pm

    Where: Center for Education, 1 Kingsway Avenue

    Parking: Underground Free!!

    Who: Due to space, parent/caregivers ONLY

    Host: School Principals

    Guests: ECBEA & Student Transportation

    Purpose: To learn about Kindergarten in the Chinese Bilingual Program at Caernarvon, Dovercourt, Kildare, Meadowlark, Meyonohk, Parkallen Schools

    Subjects: School Pre-Enrollment/Registration Dates/Busing/Boundaries/Random Selection/Student and Family Support/Q&A

    Chinese Bilingual Program Kindergarten Registration 

    Pre-enrollment 2019/20 Chinese Bilingual Kindergarten Important Message:

    Children who will be five years of age on or before March 1, 2020 may register to attend Kindergarten for the 2019/2020 school year.  Please complete, review and print the registration form.  Registrations will be accepted beginning February 4th between the hours of 9:15 am and 3:00 pm

    -Please bring your child’s birth certificate, Alberta Health Care card and immunization record

    -If the child was born in Canada, you will need to bring in their original birth certificate.

    -If the child was born outside of Canada, you will need to bring in citizenship documents (id: PR. Card, Temp. Res. paperwork, etc.

    - Please bring 2 documents for proof of residency (e.g., lease agreement with your address, utility bill with your address, etc.)

     

    ENGLISH KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION

    -Children who will be five years of age on or before March 1, 2020 may register to attend Kindergarten for the 2019/2020 school year.  Please complete, review and print the registration form.  Registrations will be accepted beginning February 4th between the hours of 9:15 am and 3:00 pm.

    -Please bring your child’s birth certificate, Alberta Health Care card and immunization record.

    -If the child was born in Canada, you will need to bring in their original birth certificate.

    -If the child was born outside of Canada, you will need to bring in citizenship documents (id: PR. Card, Temp. Res. paperwork, etc.)

    -Please bring 2 documents for proof of residency (e.g., lease agreement or utility bill with your address on it, etc.)

    Community Kindergarten Parent Information Night - Thursday, February 21, 2019 @ 6:30 at Dovercourt School

    General Registration

    For registration inquiries for grades 1-6, please contact us at 780 455-6171

    If you would like to find out more about registering your child with Edmonton Public Schools please visit us at www.epsb.ca

     

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  • Clubs & Activities

    Clubs & Activities

    ‌Dovercourt offers numerous activities for students:

    Clubs:

    • Lion Dance Team (open to all students in grade 4-6)
    • Running Club offered fall and spring (grades 1-6)
    • Performers Club
    • Handbells
    • Choir
    • Erhu (Chinese Violin)
    • Ping Pong Team (grade 1-6)
    • Chinese Traditional Dance Team (Grade 1-6, monthly fee)
    • Martial Arts Team (grade 4, monthly fee)
    • Chinese Art Classes (grade 1-6, monthly fee)
    • Public Speaking Club (morning announcements & assembly hosts)
    • Heart of the City Piano Lessons (selected students)
    • Chess
    • Yoga Club

    Student Volunteer activities

    • Student secretaries – We train grade 5 and 6 students to answer the phones and greet visitors to the school during recesses and the lunch hours.
    • AMA patrollers – AMA trains our grade 5 and 6 patrollers, who then make sure our students and their parents safely cross the streets near the school before and after school and at the start and end of the lunch hour.

    School-wide Events:

    • Christmas Concert
    • Talent Show
    • Mid-Autumn Festival
    • Chinese New Year
    • Artists in Resident teaching: Chinese paper cutting, tea ceremony, Chinese painting
    • Book Fair
    • Terry Fox Walk
    • Field trips subsidized by PANDA
    • Sports instruction (i.e. curling, hula hoops, Sportball, skiing, snowshoeing)
    • Cultural events/trips such as: Alberta Opera, Edmonton Opera
    • Mandarin and English speech contests

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  • Registration

    Registration

     

     

    Chinese Bilingual Kindergarten Parent Information Session

    JANUARY 28th at 7pm

     

    Where: Center for Education, 1 Kingsway Avenue

    Parking: Underground Free!!

    Who: Due to space, parent/caregivers ONLY

    Host: School Principals

    Guests: EPSB Planning Department, Institute for Innovation in Second Language Education (IISLE), EPSB Inclusive Learning, Edmonton Chinese Bilingual Parent Association (ECBEA) & Student Transportation

    Purpose: To learn about Kindergarten in the Chinese Bilingual Program at Caernarvon, Dovercourt, Kildare, Meadowlark, Meyonohk, Parkallen Schools

    Subjects: School Pre-Enrolment/Registration Procedures/Busing/Boundaries/Random Selection/Student and Family Support/Q & A

     

    English Community Kindergarten Open House

    All enquiries regarding Dovercourt's Community Kindergarten Program will be handled through conversation with General Office staff and one-on-one meetings with Administration.  Please contact our General Office for further information. 

    Community Kindergarten Open House will be held on Thursday, February 21st @6:30 @ Dovercourt School. 

     

    REGISTRATION (KINDERGARTEN) - CHINESE BILINGUAL PROGRAM & ENGLISH COMMUNITY PROGRAM

    Important Message:

    • Children who will be five years of age on or before March 1, 2020 may register to attend Kindergarten for the 2019/2020 school year.  Please complete, review and print the registration form.  Registrations will be accepted beginning February 4th  between the hours of 9:15 am an3:00 pm.

    • Please bring your child’s birth certificate, Alberta Health Care card and immunization record.
    • Please bring 2 documents showing a proof of address (utility bill, lease agreement, drivers license, etc).  These documents must contain the address that the child is currently residing at, along with the name of the parent or legal guardian.

    • If the child was born in Canada, you will need to bring in their original birth certificate.

    • If the child was born outside of Canada, you will need to bring in citizenship documents (id: PR. Card, Temp. Res. paperwork, etc.)
     
     

    REGISTRATION (GRADES 1 - 6)

    For registration inquiries for grades 1-6, please contact us at 780 455-6171

    If you would like to find out more about registering your child with Edmonton Public Schools please visit us at www.epsb.ca

     

    WOULD YOU LIKE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR SCHOOL?

    We'd be happy to answer any questions that you may have.  Please call us at 780-455-6171

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  • Parent Resources

    Parent Resources

    • SchoolZone is becoming more and more important for parents to find resources to support their child(ren).  Most teachers post homework and class news on this site.  As well, the Resources tab lists websites that are accessible by our families.  It also contains up to date school news, student reports and bus information.  Parents can obtain their user name and password at the school office.
    • Dovercourt School Newsletters are produced monthly.  They can be accessed through SchoolZone.
    • An annual Family Math Night is held to give parents ideas of games to play at home to improve their child(ren)’s math strategies.

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  • Lunch and Nutrition Program

    Lunch and Nutrition Program

    A lunch program is offered for students who take the bus, or who do not have an adult at home to supervise them at home during the lunch hour.  Children are supervised by supervisors hired from the community.  Please contact the school for current lunch fees.

    We encourage all children to bring healthy lunches and healthy snacks.  Working brains require good nutrious foods.  Please do not send soda pop or candy to school with your child.

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  • Welcome

    Welcome

    Dovercourt is a community school serving a population of 255 students in kindergarten through grade 6. We are a district site for a variety of programs such as mainstream, Mandarin Bilingual and Division 1 Interactions programming.  

    Our mission statement, created by all stakeholders, is a testament to the commitment we make every day and informs the decisions we make.

    At Dovercourt we:

    • Recognize the potential and worth of each of our students by addressing the holistic needs of our learners in a student-centered environment
    • Create interesting and inviting lessons in order to spark curiosity and passion as students move towards their learning destinations
    • Use a variety of instructional and assessment methods and different learning experiences to motivate and inspire all students to be actively engaged in their own learning
    • Collaborate in a variety of ways to grow our teaching practices in order to adapt to the diverse needs of our students as we prepare them for their future

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  • Principal

    Principal's Message

    Welcome to the 2017-2018 year at Dovercourt School. It is an absolute privledge to join the students, staff, parents and community of Dovercourt. I feel very blessed and honored to be here.

    Dovercourt School is an inviting and inclusive school community where diversity is celebrated and valued, and where relationships are nurtured. Emphasis is placed on creating an environment where students feel capable and connected and develop the skills required to be contributing members, both in our school and in the broader community.

    At Dovercourt School we believe that educating our students is a collective responsibility, shared by students and their families, school staff and the entire community.  Through a collaborative approach in working together with you as partners, we will maximize the potential of all students. We are committed to providing a positive learning environment that will foster and support high academic and behavioral expectations, capitalizing on the value of strong relationships.

    In an effort to ensure all students are successful, faculty will use a differentiated approach to teaching. This approach includes thoughtful planning, strategic assessment of learning outcomes, and targeted, flexible instruction. Classroom teaching will be a blend of whole class, group, partner, and individual instruction. Students will be provided with multiple opportunities to make sense of ideas and information, practice new skills, and to demonstrate what they have learned.

    Communication is key at Dovercourt School and is a shared responsibility.  Students use agendas as well as updates and information will be communicated mainly through the use of Schoolzone. Also, feel free to drop by the school office and introduce yourself, share your feedback or concerns and ask any questions. Your questions, concerns, observations and feedback are welcomed and embraced so please connect with us by phone, email or in person at any time.

    I am proud of your children; I am proud of our teachers and I am particulatrily proud of our whole school community that is truly a lighthouse of diversity, acceptance, and caring. I look forward to an amazing year. Please, if you have any questions, our doors are always open.

    Sincerely, 

    Leanne Moncrieff

     

     

     

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Welcome

Dovercourt is a community school serving a population of 255 students in kindergarten through grade 6. We are a district site for a variety of programs such as mainstream, Mandarin Bilingual and Division 1 Interactions programming.  

Our mission statement, created by all stakeholders, is a testament to the commitment we make every day and informs the decisions we make.

At Dovercourt we:

  • Recognize the potential and worth of each of our students by addressing the holistic needs of our learners in a student-centered environment
  • Create interesting and inviting lessons in order to spark curiosity and passion as students move towards their learning destinations
  • Use a variety of instructional and assessment methods and different learning experiences to motivate and inspire all students to be actively engaged in their own learning
  • Collaborate in a variety of ways to grow our teaching practices in order to adapt to the diverse needs of our students as we prepare them for their future
 

Principal's Message

Welcome to the 2017-2018 year at Dovercourt School. It is an absolute privledge to join the students, staff, parents and community of Dovercourt. I feel very blessed and honored to be here.

Dovercourt School is an inviting and inclusive school community where diversity is celebrated and valued, and where relationships are nurtured. Emphasis is placed on creating an environment where students feel capable and connected and develop the skills required to be contributing members, both in our school and in the broader community.

At Dovercourt School we believe that educating our students is a collective responsibility, shared by students and their families, school staff and the entire community.  Through a collaborative approach in working together with you as partners, we will maximize the potential of all students. We are committed to providing a positive learning environment that will foster and support high academic and behavioral expectations, capitalizing on the value of strong relationships.

In an effort to ensure all students are successful, faculty will use a differentiated approach to teaching. This approach includes thoughtful planning, strategic assessment of learning outcomes, and targeted, flexible instruction. Classroom teaching will be a blend of whole class, group, partner, and individual instruction. Students will be provided with multiple opportunities to make sense of ideas and information, practice new skills, and to demonstrate what they have learned.

Communication is key at Dovercourt School and is a shared responsibility.  Students use agendas as well as updates and information will be communicated mainly through the use of Schoolzone. Also, feel free to drop by the school office and introduce yourself, share your feedback or concerns and ask any questions. Your questions, concerns, observations and feedback are welcomed and embraced so please connect with us by phone, email or in person at any time.

I am proud of your children; I am proud of our teachers and I am particulatrily proud of our whole school community that is truly a lighthouse of diversity, acceptance, and caring. I look forward to an amazing year. Please, if you have any questions, our doors are always open.

Sincerely, 

Leanne Moncrieff