Thoughtexchange Conversation - Discover the Results
Dear Ecole Queen Elizabeth French Immersion Families, Staff and Community Members!
Your school community took part in an online engagement process focused on a program review of two of our programs: the French Immersion Program and the Year Round Program. We’ve reviewed your thoughts and priorities and now want to share the results with you.
Click here to learn about the top priorities for each program.
From the hundreds of thoughts shared and prioritized, we learned about what you value most about the programs, changes we could consider to make sure the programs continue to improve and how we can support and grow both the French Immersion and Year Round programs.
Thank you for your involvement in this Thoughtexchange conversation.
Our goal at Ecole Queen Elizabeth School is to provide students with a excellent academic program and positive social opportunities in a safe and caring envirnoment. Our mandate is to deliver the curriculum as specified by Alberta Education.
We hope you find enjoyment in the varied actitives offered at Queen E.
We wish you the very best year!
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