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Share Your Thoughts About Successes We Should Continue

Posted on June 1 2021

No doubt about it: the 2020-2021 school year has been challenging. Adjusting to school during a pandemic with masks, social distancing, quarantine, and periods of at-home learning has been hard. But our…

Weekly Update May 28

Posted on May 28 2021

Hot off the press for the latest copy of our weekly update.   JTF Team

Mental Wellness Day for Schools

Posted on May 27 2021

Thursday, June 3 will be recognized across Alberta as Mental Wellness Day for Schools — with the theme "Take care of yourself and each other." This provincial government initiative addresses the continued…

Weekly Update May 21

Posted on May 20 2021

Yesterday the Minister of Education announced that students could return to school after the long weekend.  Click the following link for more information.  K-12 students return to classrooms in all…

In-Person Classes Resume May 25

Posted on May 19 2021

Education Minister Adriana LaGrange announced Wednesday afternoon that Alberta Kindergarten to Grade 12 students will return to in-person classes on Tuesday, May 25. After learning at-home for the past…

Help Us Develop Our New Guiding Statements

Posted on May 17 2021

What do you envision for our school? What core values are important to our community?  J.T. Foster High School is developing a new Mission Statement, Vision Statement, and Core Values - and we want your…

Weekly Update - May 14, 2021

Posted on May 14 2021

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Weekly Update May 7

Posted on May 7 2021

Our weekly update is ready. Please reach out to us s-jtfoster@lrsd.ab.ca with any questions or concerns.   JTF Team!

At-Home Learning May 2021: Superintendent Update

Posted on May 5 2021

May 5, 2021 To: All Staff, Students, Parents/GuardiansFrom: Superintendent Darryl Seguin Re: Moving to Scenario 3 (At-Home Learning) for All Grades K-12 in LRSD As announced by the provincial government…

K-12 Moving to At-Home Learning

Posted on May 5 2021

May 5, 2021 To: All Staff, Students, Parents/GuardiansFrom: Superintendent Darryl Seguin Re: Provincial Announcement for Move to Scenario 3 (at-home learning) for all grades K-12 on Friday, May 7  Last…

Weekly Update April 30

Posted on April 30 2021

Our Weekly Update is available.  Have a great weekend! JTF Team!

LRSD Will Explore 4-Day School Week

Posted on April 26 2021

The Board of Trustees has asked LRSD Senior Administration to explore the option and logistics of moving students to a 4-day school week. The decision came after reviewing the results of the "Adjusted…

Weekly Update - April 23, 2021

Posted on April 23 2021

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LRSD Will Not Pilot Draft K-6 Curriculum

Posted on April 22 2021

The Board of Trustees determined that Livingstone Range School Division will not pilot the Government of Alberta’s draft Kindergarten to Grade 6 curriculum for the 2021-2022 school year. The motion…

Weekly Update April 16

Posted on April 16 2021

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LRSD to Determine if Provincial Curriculum Will Be…

Posted on April 13 2021

Since the release of the draft K-6 curriculum by the Ministry of Education on March 29, 2021, the Board of Trustees and Senior Administration have been reviewing the proposed changes to the curriculum. …

Weekly Update - April 1, 2021

Posted on April 1 2021

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FACES Registration Now Open

Posted on March 30 2021

Livingstone Range School Division students can now register for FACES 2021! Grade 9 and 10 students, this is your opportunity for a life-changing summer education experience.  Visit faceseducation.com…

Alberta Education Parent Survey- Assurance Framework

Posted on March 30 2021

Parents of school-aged children across Alberta will be receiving Alberta Education Assurance Surveys in the mail in the coming weeks. At J.T. Foster School, we reflect on student, parent, staff and community…

Financing Post-Secondary Virtual Session

Posted on March 30 2021

We all wish it did, but money just doesn't grow on trees! That's why planning ahead for financing post-secondary education in the trades, at college, or at university is so important. Parents and students…