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Wolverine Week at a Glance June 10-14

June is such an exciting time of year with special events and field trips! Thank you to all of our parent volunteers today for our School Spirit Day!  

The next few weeks will fly by and we have some more exciting school events planned. Please see below for more information!

Have a great weekend!

Kari Huk and Teri Pearn
Principal and Assistant Principal


Parent Association News:

  • Mabels Labels


  • 2024/2025 School Supplies
  • Little Elk Island Adventure: Registration
  • Pre-kindergarten Programming at EIPS


  • Did you know?
  • EIPS Annual Education Results Report

Week at a Glance:

Monday - Happy Monday!
Tuesday - Harvest Basket;
Wednesday - Great day for learning
Thursday - Harvest Basket; 
Friday - Grade 4&5 field trip to Fort Edmonton Park



Mabel’s Labels

Our school is fundraising with Mabel’s Labels! If you’re not familiar with Mabel’s Labels, they are personalized, durable, waterproof labels. They are great for everything from shoes, clothing tags, water bottles and backpacks. You can customize them with your name and a design, and they are dishwasher, laundry and microwave safe.

To support our fundraiser, visit and select WOODBRIDGE FARMS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (SHERWOOD PARK). You can pick out whatever labels or product you want, and it will ship for free directly to your house! Thank you for supporting us! 



2024/2025 School Supplies

We have arranged for School Start as an option for parents to order school supplies. 

  • School Start guarantees their items for the entire school year;  if markers dry out or a binder breaks - School Start will replace them! 
  • Supplies can be delivered to the school or your home. 
  • The School receives $3/kit from all orders placed until July 31. 

Please note: some grades have optional items such as wipes.  We're unable to add them to our list of required items but are used regularly in class. 

To order, please go to:

To purchase items elsewhere, please view supply lists on our Website.  

Little Elk Island Adventure: Registration

Elk Island Public Schools is once again planning to run the Little Elk Island Adventure, a fun and informative program for first-time school bus riders.

Annually, Student Transportation offers the Little Elk Island Adventure to new riders and their parents. The program’s aim: To help introduce families to busing so they feel comfortable and at ease before even starting school. Through a series of activities, riders learn about school bus safety, danger zones, tips on boarding and how to sit properly on the bus. After that, both the children and parents hop on the bus to practice what they’ve learned by venturing out on a short ride.

The Little Elk Island Adventure is for first-time school bus riders entering the 2024-25 school year. The tentative session dates and times are as follows:

Location                                         Date                                    Time

EIPS Central Services                    August 12                            5 p.m.
EIPS Central Services                    August 12                            6:30 p.m.
EIPS Central Services                    August 14                            5 p.m.
EIPS Central Services                    August 16                            2 p.m.
EIPS Central Services                    August 16                            5 p.m.
EIPS Central Services                    August 19                            2 p.m.
EIPS Central Services                    August 19                            5 p.m.
EIPS Central Services                    August 20                            5 p.m.
EIPS Central Services                    August 20                            6:30 p.m.
EIPS Central Services                    August 21                            5 p.m.
EIPS Central Services                    August 21                            6:30 p.m.
EIPS Central Services                    August 14                            2 p.m.

* Special Education session for PALS and Project Unit Funding students only.

 EIPS Central Services is located at 683 Wye Rd., Sherwood Park

 Register Now

Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

 More information about busing for kindergarten children is available at:


Pre-kindergarten Programming at EIPS

Is there a preschooler in your life experiencing developmental delays or challenges with speech-language or motor-skill development—big or small? If so, Elk Island Public School’s Play And Learn at School (PALS) program could help.

Early learning lays the foundation for success in primary grades and beyond. As such, EIPS offers the pre-kindergarten PALS program in five of its elementary school locations.  Applications are still open for free speech-language assessments for those interested in registering in the PALS program this fall. The assessment helps determine if PALS is appropriate for your child.

If you know a preschooler, born in 2020 or 2021, who could benefit from pre-kindergarten programming or want to book an assessment, fill out the PALS Program Request Form or call 780-417-8219. For more information, visit



Did you know?

EIPS is collectively committed to ensuring all members of the school community are provided with welcoming, caring, respectful and safe learning environments that respect diversity and foster a sense of belonging.

Specifically, the Division believes that all individuals within EIPS have the right to learn in settings that promote equality of opportunity, dignity and respect regardless of race, age, ancestry, place of origin, colour, religious beliefs, gender, gender identity, gender expression, physical or mental disability, marital status, family status, socioeconomic status and sexual orientation. Learn more:


EIPS Annual Education Results Report

Every year, Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) publishes an Annual Education Results Report, which outlines the Division’s Four-Year Education Plan, opportunities for growth and how it’s supporting students to achieve the best possible outcomes. Read through this year’s EIPS Annual Education Results Report 2022-23 and discover how EIPS fosters learning environments for all students to learn, grow and thrive—and why it matters.

June Spotlight: EIPS Four-Year Education Plan: 2022-26 (Year 3), which details the Division’s priorities, goals and outcomes over a four-year period.

  •         Priority 1: To promote the growth and success of all students.
  •         Priority 2: To enhance high-quality learning and working environments.
  •         Priority 3: To enhance public education through effective engagement.

The plan also outlines the performance measures and strategies the Division will use to meet each priority, goal and outcome in the 2024-25 school year.

EIPS Annual Education Results Report 2022-23
EIPS Annual Education Results Report 2022-23: Overview
EIPS Three-Year Capital Plan: 2025-28

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