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See where Highlands Junior High has been focused in the community news. 

 

Highlands School was so excited to have Briget Ryan and Dinner Television in recently. Watch the segments below where Bridget investigates some of the amazing students and projects of our school. 

Segment 1 with Bridget Ryan http://www.dinnertelevision.ca/videos/5357859600001/ 

Segment 2 with Bridget Ryan http://www.dinnertelevision.ca/videos/5357902936001/

Segment 3 with Bridget Ryan http://www.dinnertelevision.ca/videos/5357899564001/

Segment 4 with Bridget Ryan http://www.dinnertelevision.ca/videos/5358253804001/

Segment 5 with Bridget Ryan http://www.dinnertelevision.ca/videos/5357915015001/

Segment 6 with Bridget Ryan http://www.dinnertelevision.ca/videos/5357914296001/

 

 

The provincial government has announced funding for the Highlands school project. The funding will be used to honour the concept determined during the 2014-15 community consultations:

https://www.epsb.ca/schools/spaceforstudents/greaterhighlandsarea/

 

NDP announcements regarding new schools: 

http://edmontonjournal.com/news/local-news/new-alberta-schools-to-be-announced-by-education-minister-premier-in-spruce-grove

 

Highlands was excited to be part of Hockey Helps Kids: 

http://www.independentsportsnews.com/2016/10/19/hockey-helps-kids-launches-year-2-highlands-school/

 

Our very own teacher and student book writing duo: 

http://news.nationalpost.com/news/canada/refugee-student-teacher-find-a-novel-in-his-experience

 

Innovation and hard work make no fees possible: 

http://edmontonjournal.com/news/local-news/innovation-and-hard-work-cut-school-fees-at-one-edmonton-high-school

 

Nutrition is an important part of any students day: 

http://globalnews.ca/news/954043/renown-chef-focuses-on-creating-healthy-cafeteria-food/

 

Highlands school is proud to participate in Kaleido Festival:

http://www.kaleidofest.ca/news/2016/9/kaleido-2016-the-power-of-song

 

Cyber bullying focus: 

http://www.torontosun.com/2015/11/18/edmonton-principal-sees-cyberbullying-starting-as-early-as-grade-7