Everything we do is about helping people achieve all that they can be. It’s about believing in dreams and building the hope needed to achieve them.
We engage, motivate and inspire by focusing on individual strengths, interests, real world activities, and building partnerships with our families.
We teach kids what they need to have successful futures. Mundare School serving our community for over 60 years. Come see and feel the difference.
We are a Kindergarten to Grade Eight School
Planning for Back to School
Back to School: Key Information
We have had an exciting year at Mundare School, and we’re looking forward to welcoming all returning and new students in the 2015–2016 school year.
Mundare School will close for the summer on June 29th and will reopen on August 24th at 9 am
The first day of school is Monday, August 31, 2015.
Looking for Back-to-School Information?
All current back-to-school information, including forms, calendars, programming, and required supplies can be found on our school website. For more general information or back-to-school details for other EIPS schools, please visit www.eips.ca.
Registering your Child
If you need to register your child at Mundare School for the 2015–2016 school year you can do so by contacting us directly (780) 764-3962 or dropping by on the below date:
- August 24-28, 9 am- 4pm
- School office
Important Dates and Times
Students in grades 1-8 Classes resume Monday, August 31.
Students in Kindergarten: Staggered entry begins September 1 & 3
For a complete list of holidays and school-closure days during the 2015–2016 school year please refer to the EIPS division calendar; school-specific dates and activities are available on our school calendar page; and our bell schedule is also available to assist you with any planning.
School Supply Lists
To assist with the purchasing of school materials we have compiled a School Supply List page. These lists are created each year by teachers from each grade and are meant as a recommendation of the supplies your child will need throughout the year.
If you are parent, or know of a parent, who needs help purchasing school supplies this year we can help. Mundare School has once again partnered with the United Way for the 2015-2016 Tools for School campaign. Annually, Tools for School provides backpacks filled with school supplies to students in Kindergarten through Grade 12 whose families have limited resources. When classes resume, we will respectfully distribute the backpack to your child. To place an order contact EIPS’ Central Office at 780-464-3477.
All families using EIPS’ Student Transportation services for the 2015–2016 school year should have already received a tentative route schedule. Those required to pay applicable fees should have also received a separate invoice outlining payment information—we encourage parents to pay fees online. All transportation fees are due June 30, 2015.
If you have not receive a letter from Student Transportation yet, and would like to inquire about busing for your child, please contact Student Transportation at 780-417-8151. Updated route information and bus passes will be mailed to families in August.
Greetings from Liane Schultz, Principal Mundare School
My name is Liane Schultz and I am very excited to work with you as the principal at Mundare School. I have been an enthusiastic educator since 1990 and believe that schools provide us all with educational and learning opportunities.
Since moving to Alberta from Saskatchewan several years ago, I have been fortunate to work in Elk Island Public Schools as both a teacher and administrator. I am familiar with the importance of schools in both rural and urban settings and understand the crucial roles that schools play within the community.
My educational philosophy is rooted in a genuine belief that all students have an opportunity to learn and grow in a supportive and welcoming environment that builds individual capacity, that fosters independence and that cultivates respect and engagement. There will be a focus on literacy and numeracy at all grade levels which is in alignment with the district's Three-Year Education Plan.
Parents and guardians, with your continued support, we can continue to work with students on academic achievement, personal and social growth and citizenship. Our door is always open.
I am looking forward to working with each of you this year in our brand new school.