Our school is once again participating in Operation Christmas Child. The deadline for having the boxes at the school is November 14th. Shoeboxes are available at the school. Thank you for supporting this wonderful, caring, heartwarming cause!
Remembrance Day assembly will be held on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 1:00 pm at the New Sarepta Community High School, parents are welcome to attend. We would like to thank the Leduc Legion for being a part of our assembly, as we take time to acknowledge the courage and sacrifice of those who serve… Read more »
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On Tuesday, June 5, we are looking forward to having the 2018 New Sarepta Community High School graduates walk through the hallways of our school. It will be a wonderful opportunity for our students and staff to see the success of the graduates, and the accomplishment of graduating from NSCHS as they begin the next… Read more »
We will honour all of our volunteers at a special assembly on Wednesday, June 6 from 1:30 – 2:20 p.m. School volunteers are asked to mark their calendar for this special event. We truly appreciate all the time and support that our volunteers give to our school, whether it is once or many times a… Read more »
New Sarepta Elementary School’s Student Wellness Action Team proudly presents a FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT on Thursday, May 17th at 7:00pm. All students and families are welcome to join us in the viewing of “Ferdinand”. This is a free event aimed at providing an opportunity to celebrate the positive social environment which is alive and well… Read more »
The School Councils of New Sarepta Elementary and New Sarepta Community High School invite you to attend a PARENT EDUCATION NIGHT on Wednesday, April 25th from 6:30 p.m – 8:30 p.m. at the New Sarepta Community High School. Topics will include: Internet Safety, Student Stress and Anxiety, Healthy Eating, Drug Awareness and Prevention, & Community Supports. Snacks and refreshments provided… Read more »
Pink Shirt Day is Wednesday, February 28. Students, staff and families, are encouraged to wear pink as a demonstration of our need to work together to promote healthy relationships and prevent bullying in our schools, workplaces, homes, and online. Being proactive in preventing bullying means we accept shared responsibility for creating and maintaining learning and… Read more »
We wish Megan and Taylor Wieling the best of luck as they compete in the Black Gold Division Spelling Bee Championship which will be held on Wednesday, February 28, at Caledonia Park School in Leduc. We are so proud of their accomplishment!