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Student Rights and Responsibilities 2018-19

Members of the Edmonton Public Schools community, including students, parents, staff and Trustees, have a shared responsibility to help students be successful in school. Safety and well-being is fundamental to our students thriving as learners, and experiencing success and fulfillment both at school and in their lives. This Student Rights and Responsibilities document has been created to communicate clear expectations for how our students are expected to behave in order to ensure they become the best students and citizens they can be.

Student Rights and Responsibilities 2018-19


School Assessment Plan

We've developed a school assessment plan to help you understand how we measure your child's learning. You'll find information about:

  • how we plan to communicate student progress
  • dates for progress reports, parent-teacher conferences, provincial exams, individualized program plan (IPP) reviews, and how and when English as a Second Language (ESL) proficiency benchmarks will be shared
  • how we determine students' grades/marks
  • parent, teacher and student responsibilities
  • the steps we take to address missing or incomplete work

Download the guide

Read our school assessment plan.

Contact

Contact your child's teacher or principal if you have any questions.