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    Open House 

    Crestwood will host an Open House for Kindergarten and Junior High on February 2, 2017 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. 

    6:30 PM - 7:15 PM  Kindergarten Presentation - Library

    6:30 PM - 6:45 PM  Jazz Band Performance - Gymnasium

    6:45 PM - 7:15 PM  Program Presentation - Gymnasium

    7:30 PM - 8:00 PM  Repeat Program Presentation - Library

    6:30 PM - 8:00 PM  Junior high classrooms open to visitors

    At the open house you will have an opportunity to get a feel for the school by walking through the hallways and classrooms. Current students will be in attendance and are good sources of information about their experiences. Teachers and administrators are available to speak with you as well. Please bring your school-age children and see how they respond to the environment.

    General Registration

    If you are interested in being part of our school please contact us

    If you would like to find out more about registering your child with Edmonton Public Schools please visit us at epsb.ca

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Welcome to another year of learning at Crestwood Elementary Junior High School. This website will provide you with information about our school, programs, policies and events.

Come and be a part of the Crestwood School community where passion, imagination, curiosity and respect for intellectual risk taking are valued. Students and parents are invited to walk together with us on educational journeys anchored by the cornerstone values of integrity, equity, collaboration and accountability.

Principal's Message

Crestwood students are widely recognized and respected for their talents and accomplishments. We expect the best and we are not disappointed. Crestwood School has a proud history and we aim to continue the traditions across academics, athletics and the arts. At Crestwood, we value a growth mindset and we foster a culture of risk-taking where students create challenging tasks, set goals for themselves – physical, intellectual and psychological.

Our staff members model life-long learning by engaging in professional development around curriculum areas, student assessment, leadership, differentiation in programming, and coaching – to name a few areas where you may find staff workshops or reading current professional materials. Teachers analyze student work via conversations, observations, performances and project based learning in order to provide fair assessments as well as to provide responsive instruction that is both relevant and meaningful.

We welcome parental input and observations so that we are assured of a comprehensive perspective when making decisions about programming. We welcome parents as volunteers and guest instructors. We will do our best to accommodate times for meetings about your child or other things you may want to discuss.