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    Clubs & Activities

    Student Activities

    Dickinsfield's outstanding sense of culture and excellence largely stems from the wide variety of student activities we offer.

    From school events such as student recognition assemblies and cultural celebrations, to clubs, intramurals and competitive sports teams, Dickinsfield has got it covered when it comes to building a great cultural experience for all.

    • Jazz Band
    • Student Leadership Team
    • Library Club
    • Games Club
    • Ski Club
    • Drama Club
    • Intramurals

    Special Events

    • Grade Seven Welcome Day
    • Terry Fox Run
    • School Recognition Assemblies & Apple Days
    • Cultural Celebration Day
    • Career Fair
    • Formal Day
    • Grade Nine Farewell Celebration
    • Seasonal Celebrations
    • School Wide Dances and activities rooms
    • Various fundraising initiatives

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  • School Philosophy

    School Philosophy

    At Ecole Dickinsfield School we are committed to creating a culture of continuous improvement in order to improve achievement. Through a strong collaborative framework, teacher capacity is developed through learning and working collectively with colleagues to create authentic lesson plans, engaging projects and meaningful assessments. Teachers work in subject teams to analyze and critically understand the essential learning outcomes of the curriculum. These key concepts are utilized when planning lessons or assessments which are used to gather evidence about how students are achieving in relation to the curriculum. Students learn from their assessments as a strategy in the learning process. Interventions are implemented for students at risk through a committed team approach of teachers, parents and students working cooperatively. Decisions are made with the best interests of students in mind and collectively involve the Dickinsfield community of parents, students and teachers.

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Principal's Message

C’est mon grand plaisir de vous donner le bienvenue a notre école. I am thrilled to welcome you to our school. We are the Home of the Panthers, les Pantheres. We are very courageous, brave, strong, and intelligent.  This is exemplified in our excellent Student Leadership program, our academics and our athletics.  At our school, we emphasize RESPONSIBILITY and COMMUNITY.  We take time to get to know each other and to work and to listen to each other.  We take time to do our best in our studies. You, of course, know of our namesake PUNCH DICKINS - the famous World War I pilot and Canadian northern bush pilolt!  If you don’t, please come by and we will share the philosophy of PUNCH, DICKINS and the snow EAGLE!!

 

TO NEW GRADE 7 STUDENTS

WELCOME TO DICKINSFIELD SCHOOL!  BIENVENUE A L' ECOLE DICKINSFIELD!

JUNE 13, 2016

  • PANTHER SHADOW DAY!!

12:30 - 2:30 pm

Come and shadow our present Grade 7 students during their options (Art, Band, Drama, Outdoor Education, XPE Soccer, Food Sciences, Building and Construction, and Computing Sciences)  to see what the classes look, sound, and taste like!

Transportation will be provided for those schools sending 10 or more students; less than that, we are really hoping prents can help us out and get a ride for you.  

Panther Pie and Ice Cream will be served at the end of the day!

  • PANTHER PIE PARENT PARTY & PERSUADE A PAL TO PARTICIPATE!!

7:00 - 8:00 pm

This is our regular scheduled Dickinsfield Parent Association/Council meeting.  We are inviting all grade 6 parents, if you can, to join us for a PIE PARTY.  We will take a few minutes to meet the parents on our present Dickinsfield Council/Association and then have some time to sit with Dickinsfield Admin and ask questions!!  Please bring a parent friend!  Email dickinsfield@epsb.ca or phone 780-476-4646 if you plan on coming so we can have enough pie and ice cream for everyone!

JUNE 15, 2016

  • ABORIGINAL AWARENESS DAY

9:00 - 3:00 pm

Everyone is welcome to attend.  There will be stew, bannock, and entertainment.  This is a great opportunity to learn about First Nations, Metis, and Inuit (FNMI) culture and traditions, as well as conect with other members of the community and our FNMI Cultural Advisor Hazel Mrs. Hazel McKennit and our Elder Phillip Campiou.

Your elementary school has already recieved a letter of invitation from our FNMI committeee. Parents/Guardians are welcome to attend as well.

AUGUST 25, 2016

  • GRADE 7 ORIENTATION!!

9:30 - 12:00 pm

Our Student Council, the PANTHER PRIDE, will be hosting a SCAVENGER HUNT and PIZZA PARTY! During that time, Parents/Guardians can come and pay for fees, as well as watch you search the school with your new Grade 7 friends for the PANTHER'S DEN, AND you'll get your timetable early!  There will be a Student Council reminder phone call, August 22 in the morning.  Please email dickinsfield@epsb.ca or phone 780-476-4646, so we can plan for the pizza.