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Family Literacy Night


My Future's So Bright I've Got to Wear Shades

Family Literacy Night

Wednesday, October 19th from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.


All students from Imperial Community School and their families are invited!

(Students must be accompanied by an adult)


Books, amazing giveaways, snacks and viewing of the Career Fair.

SCC AGM - Monday, Oct. 17th at 6 p.m.

All Imperial Community School Parents are Invited!

The School Community Council AGM will be held October 17th at 6:00 p.m. in the staff room at Imperial Community School.  Anyone interested in coming out please do, new members welcome!

This is an excellent way for parents and caregivers to be involved in how funds are spent for our school and to be a part of this awesome community!





See the attachment below for our October Newsletter!

Back to School BBQ

Back to School BBQ

Wed., September 28th

5:00 - 5:30 p.m. - BBQ

5:30 - 6:00 p.m. - Classroom Visits

6 p.m. - SCC Meeting (all are welcome!)


Unaccompanied children are not able to attend. 


September is Here

Back to School  September is Here

Please see the attachment "Early September Newsletter" below for the September Newsletter!

“A Parent’s Guide to Classroom Assessment” – This is contains helpful information to help parents understand processes involved in classroom assessment and evaluation.

Common Assessments Information for Parents

Early Years Family Centre News



Indigo Love of Reading Grant

We are ecstatic to announce that Imperial Community School has been awarded the Indigo Love of Reading Grant for $40,000.  Congratulations to the hard working staff and students at Imperial School who will have 3 years to spend this amount on books and resources for the school!


Thank you Indigo Love of Reading Foundation!


  • We celebrate differences at Imperial and feature inclusive practices in all of our programming.
  • We strive to foster student's self-responsibility, intrensic learning and personal accountability.
  • We have flexible groupings where students change groups as they grow academically and develop strengths.
  • We support a balanced literacy program (Daily 5) and constructivist math environment.
  • We have a Reading Intervention Teacher for part of the year to support early readers requiring added support.
  • We incorporate the Circle of Courage (Belonging, Mastery, Generosity, and Independence) in our daily approach and celebrate Aboriginal ways of knowing.
  • We seek opportunities for holistic learning and inquiry based teaching.
  • We provide food for learning through our universal snack program and morning breakfast program.
  • We provide for many rich extracurricular opportunities in sports, music, culture, literacy, dance and drama.
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