Lamont High Weekly Update

June 21 - June 25

Upcoming Important Dates

June 21 - National Indigenous Peoples Day

June 22/23 - Final Assessments

June 24/25 - Individual Graduation Ceremonies

June 29 - Last Operational Day

Aug 25 - School is Open

Aug 26 - Grade 10 Option changes (1:00-3:00)

Aug 27 - Grade 11 Option changes (9:00-11:00)

Aug 27 - Grade 12 Option changes (1:00-3:00)

Aug 30 - Grade 7 Drop-in (1:00-3:00)

Sept 1 - School Resumes

Exam Schedule

Final Day of Highschool Classes:

Monday, June 21

Highschool Final Assessments:

Afternoon classes – Tuesday, June 22

Morning classes – Wednesday, June 23

Final Day of Junior High Classes:

Wednesday, June 23

Grade 9 Final assessments:

In-class Final Wednesday, June 23

Grade 7&8 Final Assessments:

ELA Part A – Wednesday, June 16 & Thursday, June 17

In-class Final/Part B – Tuesday, June 22 & Wednesday, June 23

Screening Questionaire

All staff and students are required to complete the verbal COVID-19 Screening Questionaire daily prior to arriving at school. If a student or staff member answers yes to any of the questions, they are not permitted to enter the school.

Also if you answer yes to any questions please refer to Alberta Health Services COVID-19 Self Assessment for further assistance.

In-school students who test positive for COVID-19 are asked to notify the school or Division to ensure the proper cleaning and public-health measures are followed. We also encourage you to review the EIPS COVID-19 Guidelines on an ongoing basis. The guide outlines how schools are operating, expectations and public-health measures in place until public-health restrictions lift.

Assistance for Families

We know that some of our families could use a helping hand during this pandemic. We would like to ask any families that could use some added support to please reach out to the school. LHS is here to support you in any way we can!

EIPS Summer Hours

Summer Hours at Elk Island Public Schools

Throughout the summer break, Lamont High is closed. It reopens on August 25. If you have any school-related questions or concerns while the school is closed, contact EIPS Central Services—the office is open all summer to complete year-end activities and prepare for the 2021-22 school year. Students return to school on September 1.

EIPS Central Office Summer Hours: June 28 to August 24

Open: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone: 780-464-3477
Address: 683 Wye Rd., Sherwood Park

Statutory Holidays

Closed July 1 Canada Day
Closed August 2 Heritage Day

NOTE: Student Transportation also remains open during the summer months—operating during the same hours as EIPS Central Services.

Student Transportation: 2021-22 registration

Planning to use Student Transportation in the 2021-22 school year? If so, make sure your child is registered so Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) can plan routes and send your child a bus pass before the first day of school.

All students who indicated needing transportation services through the returning student registration process are now registered. Those families have also received tentative route schedules and invoices—fees are due June 30, 2021.

For those students who didn’t indicate needing transportation service through the returning student registration process and want to now register, simply contact EIPS Student Transportation at 780-417-8151 or email

For more information about EIPS Student Transportation visit

NOTE: Families can pay fees online using the PowerSchool Parent Portal. To pay in person contact Student Transportation to make an appointment.

Tools for School

Lamont High has once again partnered with the United Way for the 2021-22 Tools for School campaign. Annually, Tools for School provides backpacks and school supplies to students in kindergarten through Grade 12 whose families have limited resources. If you’re a parent or know a parent who needs access to the program, contact the school directly. Staff will discretely provide the backpack to the child at the beginning of the 2021-22 school year.

Alternatively, if you’d like to donate to the program, you can pick up a few extra supplies when you’re out shopping for back-to-school. Drop-off boxes are located at various businesses in the community during the summer months—including Staples and the EIPS Central Services office. All supplies donated within the community are invested back into the region.

For more information about Tools for School, contact Mrs. Doerksen ( or call the EIPS Central Services at 780-464-3477.

Accessing User Accounts: Students Leaving EIPS

Is your child graduating from or leaving EIPS at the end of the school year? If so, they must ensure any information they want to retain from their school cloud accounts is downloaded onto a personal device before leaving.

  • Google account – Students must download any wanted content before September 1—download files individually or in bulk using Google Takeout.
  • Microsoft account – Students must download any wanted content from their OneDrive account before September 1.

After Sept. 1, 2021, EIPS will deactivate the account and delete all remaining files.

For more information, contact the school at 780-895-2228.

LHS Clothing

Find the store by following the link at or find the website from the menu bar on our school website!

Scholastic Reading Club

This year LHS will be participating in the Scholastic Reading Club program. Reading every day is the best way for children to become independent readers. NEW this year: your order will now ship to your home and you can order online whenever you want at When you checkout, please enter Class Code RC148654. When

you use this Class Code our school earns 20% of the value of the order in rewards and you get Free Shipping on your order of $35 or more*. The rewards earned can be put towards books, digital teacher resources, and more. *Orders below $35 will be charged $3.50

Bell Schedule

Regular Day

Block 1: 8:45 am - 11:37 am

Lunch: 11:37 am - 12: 28 pm

Block 2: 12:28 pm - 3:20 pm

First Wednesday of the Month

Block 1: 8:45 am - 11:07 am

Lunch: 11:07 am - 11:58 am

Block 2: 11:58 am - 2:20 pm

Visitors in Schools

Non-essential visitors and contractors ARE NOT permitted in the school or workplace without an appointment. To make an appointment, contact the school directly. If permission is granted and an appointment is made, the visitor or contractor must complete the verbal COVID-19 Screening Questionnaire. If any of the answers to the questions are “YES,” DO NOT enter the school or workplace. Similarly, if feeling unwell or have COVID-19 symptoms—fever, cough, runny nose, sore throat, shortness of breath, loss of smell and taste, aches, pink-eye, nausea —DO NOT enter an EIPS-operated school or workplace. After entering, sanitize hands, sign the visitor log at the main office and wait for further instruction from school administration. For deliveries, offload at the designated location. And, as always, practice respiratory etiquette and physical distancing. Wearing personal protective equipment—a non-medical mask or face-covering—is mandatory.

Volunteers and volunteer opportunities within an EIPS school or building are suspended until further notice

About Us

With an enrolment of approximately 300 students in grades 7-12, Lamont High has a family atmosphere through which students are recognized for their talents and encouraged to work to the best of their abilities. The school features a strong academic program and students consistently achieve at or above the provincial achievement levels.
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