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  • Registration Information: 2019-2020 School Year

    Registration Information: 2019-2020 School Year


    Please note that Roberta MacAdams School is closed at kindergarten and grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 for families living outside of our attendance area neighbourhoods: Blackmud Creek/Southbrook, MacEwan, Richford, BlackburneCashman and Cavanagh

    We are still accepting registrations for these grade levels if you have moved into our attendance area after April 15, 2019.

    • Kindergarten registrations and a.m./p.m. placements are not based on a first-come, first-served basis. 
    • Kindergarten age of entry remains the same for the 2019-20 school year. Your child must be 4 years old on or before March 1, 2019 to start Kindergarten in September 2019.  
    • Your preference for a morning or afternoon class will be recorded when we receive your registration package. Program placements will be confirmed in June.
    • If your child has special education needs and requires specialized supports and services, please contact Karen Keats Whelan, Principal, at Karen.KeatsWhelan@epsb.ca.
    • Completed registration packages for children entering Kindergarten (who were not pre-enrolled at another school) and students newly moved into our attendance area after April 15, 2019, must include confirmation of address (a minimum of two of the following documents: utility bill, lease agreement, property tax bill, driver's license).
    • Registration forms can be dropped off,  completed in our school office or emailed to us at robertamacadams@epsb.ca.

    For more information about our school's programming, please contact Karen Keats Whelan, Principal at Karen.KeatsWhelan@epsb.ca.

    For additional information about new student registration, email us at robertamacadams@epsb.ca.


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Dear Families,

Welcome to Roberta MacAdams School! We are excited by the opportunity to share with you the exemplary work students, staff and parents are engaged in across our school and community in our beginning years together. At Roberta MacAdams School, we are committed to nurturing each child's curiosity, interests and strengths and providing multiple pathways to success for every learner. The image of a child as strong, resourceful, capable and contributing inspires the teaching and learning experiences that take shape at our school.
We have a dedicated and caring staff, a motivating and progressive learning environment and a welcoming family atmosphere. Roberta MacAdams School is a great place to learn, live and grow together!



Principal's Message

Karen Keats WhelanReading Debbie Marshall’s compelling biography of Roberta MacAdams, Give Your Other Vote to the Sister, deepened the tremendous sense of responsibility I feel toward leading this school community. Roberta MacAdams  exemplified service to others through her courage, commitment, compassion and deep appreciation of the value of community. Her contributions are a  significant part of our identity and history in Alberta, and I am forever grateful  to Debbie Marshall for “reclaiming the life” of an ordinary Canadian woman  “who stepped out and did something extraordinary.” 

           Courage      Commitment      Compassion      Community

As principal of Roberta MacAdams School, I come to your community as both a mother of two boys and as a dedicated educator. I have always been profoundly aware of the trust and faith parents and caregivers place in the school and in those who care for their children. Please know that your child will always be at the heart of our “shared work” at Roberta MacAdams School.  I look forward to our “new beginnings” on this shared journey and the unimaginable possibilities this inspires!

Karen Keats Whelan, Ph.D.

“Child, give me your hand
That I may walk in the light
Of your faith in me.”

                           ~Hannah Kahn