Wild Rose School Division believes that parental/guardian involvement in their children's education is important to their students' success. We encourage parents to get involved with their son or daughters education, be in regular contact with the teacher(s) and the school and to actively get involved in their schools parent council.
Wild Rose School Division:
Values the importance of collaborative relationships with the extended community (families, residents, neighbors, businesses, government agencies, other education jurisdictions and post secondary institutions).
Involves parents as active partners in creating student success.
Develops and maintains effective (open, purposeful, interactive, appropriate and proactive) communication between itself, the schools, the students, the parents and the extended community.
Promotes effective communications that:
These are links to Parent Groups around our school division.
If you have a group you would like to include please contact Division Education Centre for more information.
Support for parents of a child who has ADD, ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s, ODD, CD, speech issues and/or social problems in school or outside of school. Please click on link for more information.
My Child's Learning: A Parent Resource is a new online tool for parents, providing information about what your child is learning in school and how he/she might be assessed for every subject or grade. The tool also helps you explore online learning materials to help your child with his/her studies.
Alberta Curriculum Handbooks for Parents - See what students are expected to learn in each grade, including overviews of subjects and topics
The International Reading Association - This site helps parents to address issues with literacy and reading with their child
Family Education - Family Education, where millions of parents find school solutions, homework help, parenting tips, and expert advice
National Education Association - Back to school help for parents
Lifestage Parenting Resources - a comprehensive list of sites created especially for parents
Poison and Drug Information Service (PADIS):
1-800-332-1414 is a free, confidential, 24/7 service for all Albertans. PADIS staff are specially trained in the assessment & management of exposures to drugs & toxins.
Addiction & Mental Health 24 hour Helpline: 1-866-332-2322.
Concerned about your own drug or alcohol use? About the drug and/or alcohol use of a friend or loved one? Simply would like more information on drug & alcohol use? Contact the Addiction & Mental Health Helpline, 24/7.
Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868
From trouble with homework to dealing with loss and grief to thoughts of suicide, kids can talk to Kids Help Phone about anything. Professional counselors provide anonymous, confidential and non-judgmental support, 24/7.
TRIP1- Parent Resources - a list of websites to help parents with their child's education, family issues, and parenting issues
Internet Safety Tips for Parents: