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We offer a well-rounded, faith-based education in a caring, inclusive and nurturing community to meet each student’s unique needs. In addition to core curriculum programming mandated by Alberta Education, we are pleased to offer our students a variety of supplementary courses, options, and services in collaboration with our many community partners. The values of the Catholic faith permeate all programming options within Calgary Catholic schools.
The Calgary Catholic School District offers kindergarten programming within a faith-based learning environment.
Parents and children will experience a Catholic educational setting which focuses on:
Registration is ongoing throughout the school year. A child who turns five years old on or before March 1 is eligible to attend kindergarten in the fall of that same calendar year. The child’s birth certificate should be presented at the time of registration.
Select CCSD elementary schools now offer full-day kindergarten. To register, your child must live within the school’s boundary area, turn five years old by March 1, 2018, and you must provide a birth certificate. For more information please contact the following selected schools:
Young children benefit from programs that provide opportunities for organized activities and purposeful play through which children explore the world around them. Alberta Education defines the instructional time for kindergarten as the “time where direct child-teacher interaction and supervision are maintained.”
Kindergarten students are provided with a minimum of 475 instructional hours each school year. The following 10 guiding principles provide a framework for kindergarten programming:
Young children are proven to benefit from programs that provide opportunities for organized activities and purposeful play through which they can explore the world around them. The kindergarten program focuses on seven areas of learning, including early literacy; early numeracy; citizenship and identity; environment and community awareness; personal and social responsibility; physical skills and well-being; and creative expression.
St. Joan of Arc School offers half-day kindergarten programs and depending on total kindergarten enrolment, we may offer a choice of morning or afternoon classes on a first-come, first-served basis.
Through religious education, students develop the knowledge, beliefs, skills, and values needed to build a relationship with God. It is an essential and integral part of programming at St. Joan of Arc School.
Religious education has four essential characteristics. It is Trinitarian. It recognizes God as the Creator. It recognizes Jesus, His Son, who reveals God to us and, in turn, reveals God’s Spirit. It is based on Sacred Scripture. It is also based on the life experience of students.
Religious education is presented within the tradition of the Catholic Faith Community which provides students with experiences of prayer, faith, love, and justice. Teachers and students integrate gospel values in day to day activities as well as in service projects in the school and community whenever opportunities arise. Religion and faith permeates all aspects of our school.
All of our district schools have support within the regular classroom. In addition, each school has diverse learning coordinating teacher (DLCT) who coordinates a wide range of supports to assist in programming for students with diverse learning needs.
The majority of students’ needs are successfully addressed within the class setting through differentiation and individualized learning plans. In some circumstances, students need additional academic intervention and/or therapy services which the DLCT will help to facilitate.
Support may include assessment, learning support plan development, individual or small group instruction, assistive technology, coordinating special education placement and/or accessing health-related services, including speech/language therapy, occupational therapy, in-home, and mental health support. The DLCT also works with teachers from other schools to support successful transition planning.
When appropriate, we work with our instructional services department, community agencies and supports to design and deliver programming for students with diverse learning needs.
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Listing information last updated on July 7th, 2020 at 12:00pm CDT.