Online Course Requests for 2015 - 2016 School Year
Wednesday, April 15 at 8:00 a.m. opens for current Grade 9s, Grade 10s and 11s to complete online course requests. Friday, April 24 at 3:30 p.m. Portal will be closed.
Our Counsellors will be going to Cloverbar, FR Haythorne, Fultonvale, Lakeland Ridge and Sherwood Heights to finalize registrations and help students in these schools with their online registration.
Please note: In order for PowerSchool to work properly you will need to use Chrome or Internet Explorer 11. Thank you.
Logon to Powerschool.
Please take a look at our Registration Guide to help plan your future at Bev Facey. 2015-16 Registration Guide (Revised March 25, 2015). For further information on registrations please contact Shelley Humeny.
2015-2016 Registration Information
Contact our Senior High Registrar, Shelley Humeny
Week of Aprii 20 - 24, 2015
Grade 10 & 11
Bev Facey School Council will be hosting another Learning Clicks session for parents. This session is most beneficial for Grade 10 and 11 parents who are contemplating those important decisions with your children on their post-secondary plans over the next year or two. The Learning Clicks program provides an excellent overview of the many considerations when planning for education and training after high school. An Ambassador with the Learning Clicks Program will be coming out to Bev Facey on April 22ndat 7 pm in the school library. This presentation is geared to parents and will provide a broad understanding of the options and benefits of post-secondary education. The session also highlights career and financial planning tools and reviews information related to student loans, scholarships, RESP's etc. Each family who attends the session will receive a complimentary tailored package of planning tools and resources developed by the Government of Alberta.
Please click here for more information on Grad (updated March 19) - Grad Info Handout 2015
Facey Annual Plant Sale
If your child is going to be away from school please contact the school or click here to email Mrs. Radke. Thank you.
We Need Your Grad Baby Pictures!
Please check the info under the Parents/Daily Bulletin tab for your students name:
To submit your baby picture:
Option A: Drop off hard copy (with name and phone # on the back side) in the black collection box located at the office. Pictures will be returned in May 2015.
Option B: Submit an electronic version via email. Emails may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please save your picture in jpeg format and name it as your ‘Last name, First name’. Also, please put your Last name, First name in the subject line of the email.
Songs of Freedom Tour visit Facey
We had the opportunity to have the group, Overture with the Arts from Montreal that is travelling across Canada to conduct an Event entitled, “Songs of Freedom Tour". Many of our classes were able to view this amazing presentation on Friday, March 20.
With a focus on unifying the community, the tour brought together all ethnicities, as we achieved a goal of intercultural understanding.
Omari Newton, urban poet-actor-Playwright gave us a history presentation, which included snippets of historical music recordings from legendary artists of the African Diaspora, as well as performances of original spoken word pieces and excerpts from impactful Historical speeches.
BFH Fitness Centre Fundraiser
Drive For Your Students
On Saturday, March 7th, Bev Facey and Sherwood BuickGMC teamed up to raise money for the new fitness centre. We would like to thank Sherwood BuickGMC and to the community for making this day a success.
The picture on the left indicates monies raised to date for the Fitness Centre.
No Student Drop Off Times
Advanced Placement at Bev Facey
All classes start immediately at 8:35 a.m. and students are to be in class before the bell rings. Students who are late to class, regardless of reason, disrupt the learning environment. Consequences for being late will be assigned by the classroom teacher until the student has accumulated a cumulative total of ten lates. At the tenth late, and every fourth late after that, consequences will be assigned by administration. The consequences for late referrals are: assignment of study halls, in-school suspension, out of school suspension, and course withdrawal.
Students who are more than 30 minutes late to class will be marked absent. When students are on the school grounds after classes have begun, they must proceed to the office to check in.
Student Transportation 2015-2016 - May 2015
COSC Minutes March 4th, 2015 - updated March 2015
National Volunteer Week: April 12 - 18, 2015 - updated March 2015
ElkFest Screen Short Films created and produced by EIPS Students - updated March 2015
Alberta Ed makes 2 Key Changes for Senior High Schools - updated March 2015
Thin Ice Spring 2015 - updated March 2015
Accountability Pillar and Tell Them From Me Surveys - updated February 2015