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  • 2021 Yearbook

    Order your copy of the 2021 yearbook!
    You can purchase your copy of the 2021 yearbook online in the fees section of schoolzone. (There are also limited numbers of last year's book available if you would still like a copy). 
     
    We need your help!

    Jasper Place is excited to be preparing a school yearbook for the 2020-2021 school year. This year, due to COVID-19, learning for some of our JP family has taken place at home. We want to capture what online learning looks like for our students, so we can share this in our yearbook.

    The yearbook committee is asking families with online learners to submit any photos of students learning at home this year. Go to Schoolzone to submit your photos!

  • Open House

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    Take a look through our Interactive Viewbook for a more in depth look into our class options, athletics, extra curriculars, and student suports!

    Jasper Place 2021-22 Viewbook

     

    Check out our website for videos and tours of our classes!

    Open House Website

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  • CONTACT

    Assistant Principals           Counsellors (Student Services)

    A-Di     Ms. Whitefield           Mr. Chester

    Do-Ko  Mr. Simpson              Ms. Lebeuf

    Kr-Ra   Ms. Paulino               Mr. Galloway                                  

    Re-Z     Mr. Ennis                  Ms. Puckrin

                                                     

    To email a teacher, please use the following format:
     
    To report an absence:
    Last names A-Ko, email val.wiens@epsb.ca
    Last names Kr-Z, email julia.parak@epsb.ca
     

    ACCESS/Tutoring: Karen Chung & Jill Hooke (LRC)

    RAP & Work Experience: Pat Elliott (room 155A)

     

     

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  • SCHOOLZONE PASSWORD RESET

    If you require a schoolzone password reset please contact Lori.Allen@epsb.ca

  • TREATY LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

    We would like to acknowledge that we are on Treaty 6 territory, a traditional meeting grounds, gathering place, and travelling route to the Cree, Saulteaux (So-toe), Blackfoot, Métis, Dene (De-nay) and Nakota Sioux (Sue). We acknowledge all the many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit whose footsteps have marked these lands for centuries.