Attn: Parents of Grade 11 EIPS students
It has come to our attention that your grade 11 son or daughter may have been approached about a 2018 graduation trip run by a company called S-Trip.
We wish to inform you that a privately-run company organizes this tour, and markets it directly to students through other students in the school without our permission. Your child’s high school and Elk Island Public Schools are NOT involved in any part of organizing this tour, nor do we endorse this company or support this particular event. Parents should be aware that school staff do not oversee any aspect of S-Trip’s activities and that all risks, costs and responsibilities inherent with international travel rest solely with students and their families.
We encourage you to visit this link to a story produced by CBC’s Marketplace on the S-Trip company and tours before you make a decision in this regard: http://www.cbc.ca/marketplace/episodes/2016-2017/s-trip.
Guide to Reporting Student Achievement
Please click on the link Guide to Reporting Student Achievement for a detailed report.
June 2017 Exam Schedule
June 2017 Diploma Prep Schedule
Save the Date for the Summer Sizzler Rodeo
Lamont & District Agricultural Society is pleased to present its 30th Annual Rodeo on July 21 and 22, 2017. Please see link below for details Summer Sizzler Rodeo
Parent Council Meeting
The next Parent Council meeting is on June 20, 2017.
The meeting will be held in the Lamont High School Library, and starts at 6:30
We encourage all parents to get involved, in shaping your school!
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