We acknowledge that the land on which we gather, live, and learn is the traditional territory of the Kwakiutl. For more information about the cultural heritage of the Kwakwa̱ka̱ʼwakw, please visit the U’mista Cultural Society Website here.
We continue to work on developing the ability of all students to become critical thinking, self-directed, and engaged learners. We continue to focus on creating self-regulated learners who can manage their emotions, make good choices and define their own goals. We are also focusing on developing and strengthening students basic literacy and numeracy skills. We feel that this will translate into better academic performance and happier, more confident students. We know that these self-management skills will lead to both school and life success. If you would like to read more about our school’s inquiry plan please follow this link.
During these times of uncertainty we are grateful to have each other.
Respectfully, Alison Webber / Principal
PLEASE CONTACT THE SCHOOL IF YOUR CHILD WILL BE ABSENT! FORT RUPERT ELEMENTARY OFFICE: 1 250 949 6518
FACEBOOK: FORT RUPERT ELEMENTARY COMMUNITY PAGE
FRES students and families received an Information Package during the first week which included information about our code of conduct, student cell phone policy, and our food programs. It is full of great information.
In order to redress the legacy of residential schools and
advance the process of Canadian reconciliation, the Truth
and Reconciliation Commission makes the following calls to
Please visit the websites to look on ways you can participate.