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June 14-18, 2021

“You can be comfortable or courageous but you cannot be both!”

Have a great week! Mrs. Orr, Mr. Shudra, Mrs. Williamson, & Mr. Spady

Weekly Schedule Quarter 4

June 14-18 Pride Week

AltView Foundation

Monday, June 14

Instructional day #36 of 43 (84% complete)

BFH Admin meeting 7:30 a.m.

Grad Theme -Beach Day

Library Books due back

Biology 20 Field Study 9 a.m.

Tuesday, June 15

Grad Theme -White out

Athletic Scholar Awards with Distinction (live stream)11:20 a.m.

Technical Theatre meeting @11:40 a.m.

Athletic Presentation 4 p.m.

Wednesday, June 16

Staff “Google Meet Mullet” Day

Grad Talent and Speech recording - a.m.

EIPS Leadership meeting 1 p.m.

Facey Leadership meeting at 3:20 p.m.

Thursday, June 17

Wear Your Pride Day

Grad Talent and Speech recording - a.m.

Board of Trustees Meeting 10 a.m.

Spectrum-GSA club meeting at 11:40 a.m.

Friday, June 18

Hallway lock returns and locker clean out during block 1 & 2

Big picture

Cafeteria Menu June 14-17

Check out this week's Cafeteria Menu!

The Café is open in the morning from 8:15-8:40 a.m. with a solid selection of healthy pre-wrapped breakfast sandwiches, pastry, hot & cold refreshments. Additionally, the Café is open during block 1 and 2 scheduled break times.

This is the final week for the Cafeteria food service, the Café will remain open in the morning and BREAKS only from June 18- 23.

Lock Return Information

Before students leave for the summer we need them to turn their lock in to the office, even if they haven’t been using the locker. If they can’t remember the combination, it is in the PowerSchool Student Portal. Here is the information on how to return locks:

  1. LEAVING PRIOR TO JUNE 18: Please bring the lock to the office and write the combination on a tag and lock it.
  2. JUNE 18:
    1. If a student only has a morning class, please bring lock to the foyer at the end of block 1.
    2. Afternoon classes will empty their locker and return the lock during grade level break time. Return the lock and write the combination on a tag and lock it.
  3. ONLINE LEARNERS: Please come after school any day before 4 p.m. to return your lock and empty your locker. Please return lock to the office.

Starting on Tuesday, June 22 we will be removing locks and emptying locker materials. Any items remaining on June 28 will be donated or disposed of. Please note classes continue June 21-23 with project completion, assessment opportunities and final exams. Students will need to bring required materials to their classes with them.

Work Experience/RAP Registration for Summer

Did you know that you can earn high school credits while working during the summer? EIPS offers Work Experience and RAP programs year round. If you are 15 years old, already have a summer job, and would like to enroll in one of these programs please register at

For more information visit: If you have questions, please contact Kristin Oleksyn at or Fred Rempel at

Important Dates remaining

June 21 Last day of new instruction & current grade 10/11 timetable distribution block 1

June 21 National Indigenous Peoples Day

June 22-23 Final assessments

June 23-24 Graduation 4 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.

June 25 Graduation 11 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

June 25 Last day Semester 2 & incoming grade 10 timetable distribution

June 28 Staff Operational Day

Bev Facey Virtual School Tour

Check out a virtual school tour and hear from our students about their Facey Experience!

2020-21 EIPS Parent Survey Results Report 

The results are now available for the 2020-21 EIPS Parent Survey conducted in April. Thank you to all families who took the time to share their feedback with the Division. Part A of the survey included 21 questions related to the three priorities outlined in the EIPS 2020-24 Four-Year Education Plan:

  • Priority 1: Promote growth and success for all students
  • Priority 2: Enhance high-quality learning and working environments
  • Priority 3: Enhance public education through effective engagement

The overall Division results represent 3,198 responses from parents and guardians across the Division. This was an increase in responses from 2,967 last year. The survey results for Bev Facey have helped us identify the following areas of strength and opportunities for growth.

Areas of strength:

  • How satisfied are you with the quality of teaching at your child's school? (Strongly Agree 45.88%, Agree 44.13%) 90.01%
  • My child's school encourages my child to be a responsible, respectful and engaged citizen. (Strongly Agree 50.20%, Agree 41.18%) 91.38%

  • How satisfied are you with the leadership in your child's school? (Strongly Agree 56.08%, Agree 35.69%) 91.77%

  • My child has an understanding of First Nations, Métis and Inuit culture and history. (Strongly Agree 35.45%, Agree 50.00%) 85.45%

Opportunities for growth:

  • My child's demonstrating growth in literacy. (Strongly Agree 32.46%, Agree 51.49%) 83.95%
  • My child's demonstrating growth in numeracy. (Strongly Agree 36.57%, Agree 48.51%) 85.08%

  • How satisfied are you with the resources available to support your child's learning (Strongly Agree 40.08%, Agree 46.03%) 86.11%

The feedback gathered in Part A of the survey will help our school and the Division measure its progress toward meeting the priorities and goals outlined in the EIPS 2020-24 Four-Year Education Plan and develop strategies to better serve students and the wider community moving forward.

After the local election this fall, the feedback gathered in Part B of the survey will be used by the incoming Board of Trustees to develop a new EIPS Four-Year Education Plan for 2022-26 and beyond—one that’s responsive to student and community needs and focused on continuous improvement. Thank you to all parents who provided suggestions on how the Division and Board of Trustees could consider updating the Four-Year Education Plan for future years. The Division will share more information about the feedback collected in Part B of the survey after the Board and administration complete their review of the data collected this fall.

Parent Survey Results: Division

Bev Facey, Parent Survey Results see below

Bev Facey Instagram

Official account for Bev Facey Community High. Home of the Falcons! #thefaceyway #trueblue


  • Thank you Mrs. Williamson for organizing Grad activities!
  • Thank you Mr. Ward & Mr. Sutherland for organizing grad talent, principal & valedictorian digital recordings!
  • Thank you Ms. Johnson for taking Grad Theme Week pictures!
  • Thank you Mr. Frank & Ms. Cruikshank for organizing the Musical Theatre showcase & Performing Arts acknowledgments!
  • Thank you Mrs. Sinclair, Ms. Johnson and Mr. Suffern for organizing Pride Week activities!
  • Thank you Mr. Skene & Mr. Glowinski for organizing the Biology 20 Field Studies!
  • Thank you Mrs. Williamson & Mrs. Orr for organizing the Advanced Placement presentations!
  • Thank you Mrs. Sinclair, Mr. Gauf, Mr. Shudra & Mrs. Murphy for organizing the Athletic Award celebrations!
  • Thank you Mr. Frank for organizing FLI pictures!

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 780-467-0044.

Student Transportation: 2021-22 registration open

Planning to use Student Transportation in the 2021-22 school year? All students who indicated needing transportation services through the returning student registration process are now registered. Families registered will receive tentative route schedules and invoices by the end of the month—fees are due June 30, 2021.

For those students who didn’t indicate needing transportation service through the pre-enrolment 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

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

Bev Facey Twitter

Official account for Bev Facey Community High. Home of the Falcons! #thefaceyway #trueblue

School Goals 2018-2022

GOAL 1: More students and families are connected and engaged in the school community.

(EIPS Priority 3, Goal 1)

GOAL 2: More students are engaged in their learning and achieve excellence.

(EIPS Priority 2, Goal 4)

GOAL 3: Students are empowered to become active citizens who exemplify the virtues of the Facey Way.

(EIPS Priority 2, Goal 1)

Alexander Rutherford High School Achievement Scholarship

The Alexander Rutherford Scholarship is a non-competitive scholarship that recognizes and rewards the academic achievement of senior high school students and encourages them to pursue post-secondary studies. Value up to $2,500.

Apply once your official high school transcript marks are available after your grade 12 year and when enrolled in full-time post-secondary studies. Please see the chart regarding course requirements or contact your grade level administrator.

Bev Facey Facebook

Home of the Falcons! #thefaceyway #trueblue

Bev Facey Website

Home of the Falcons! #thefaceyway #trueblue

Bev Facey Community High

Bev Facey Community High School was officially opened in the fall of 1981. It is home to almost 1030 students and is known for its diversity of programming, and excellent performing arts, athletics and diploma results.

Bev Facey's many programs foster a culture of acceptance, support, fair play and excellence. Academics, Athletics, Fine Arts, CTS Programs as well as numerous leadership opportunities all give students the opportunity to achieve excellence.