It’s finally here – the summer holidays! As Mrs. Wright and Mr. Burke finish up loose ends this week, we wanted to remind families who haven’t picked up report cards that we have dropped them in the mail and Canada … Read More
Trillium Lakelands District School Board buildings are lowering flags on June 23rd to half-mast in memory of those who have lost their lives through acts of terror in Canada and around the world. This day marks the anniversary of the … Read More
40 students had perfect attendance in the month of May, which is a major celebration as we near the end of the year. We celebrated each of these students at our Monday Morning Meeting this week. We also recognized those … Read More
Our friends with Lindsay Brownies donated a beautiful quilt on display in the main hallway that students are earning a chance to win through random acts of kindness. When adults notice these acts of kindness, students are given a ballot … Read More
Free eye exam and pair of glasses for students entering JK by June 2019! See below for more details. Lindsay Optometry and Russel Street Optometry are both participants in this program. Don’t miss out!
On Friday staff and students participated in a fun, hour long, Jump Rope for Heart Event at King Albert. We gathered in the gym hallway for a rendition of our school song before splitting off into 11 mixed-grade teams. Mr … Read More
Your child comes home, they’re upset, this is not the first time this week they’re upset because of so-and-so who said this, did that, and seems to be getting away with it. Sound familiar? Feel familiar? Parenting is tough, especially … Read More
KAPS Parent Council will be launching our annual Easter Egg sale at Giant Tiger starting Tuesday, April 16 9-5! Drop by to get your custom Easter egg for $2.50 and support our year end excursions.
Good luck to the Knights heading off to Archie Stouffer ES in Minden today for the junior basketball tournament. Remember the Knights Code: we set high goals and achieve them!
Year over year for the past three years, over 30% of King Albert students (roughly 45 students) are considered to be chronically absent in accordance with Ministry of Education definitions in that they miss 20+ days of school throughout the … Read More