Be Prepared: Know the five main PWPSD emergency response protocols.
View and print Diploma Exam results. Instructions on how to use the site are available here.
To access PWPSD's online registration and list of schools, visit http://www.pwsd76.ab.ca/SchoolInfo. Registration is not deemed complete until it has been approved by PWPSD's Central Registrar. Families who are unable to upload the requested scanned copy of their child's birth certificate must bring it to the school office. Other documents, such as proof of residency and custody information may be required by the school office. If you are new to the system, where possible provide the school with transcripts or latest report card.
A parent's website to support your child's career pathway.
Information about School Councils
Through school councils, Albertans assume an advisory role in education matters ranging from academic programs to school policies and budgeting.
Healthy Relationships and Sexual Health Education Websites
Alberta Education-supported parent online resources
Curriculum Summary by Grade
This website provides up-to-date information and resources that can help you help your kids make healthy sexual/relationship decisions.
Excellence in Teaching Awards
Parents, teacher-colleagues, principals, superintendents and all Albertans are encouraged to show appreciation by nominating an outstanding teacher or principal for an Excellence in Teaching Award.
Curriculum Handbooks for Parents and Curriculum Summaries
Curriculum Handbooks for Parents and Curriculum Summaries contain information for parents on subjects, programs and courses available in Alberta schools. They are updated every year as changes are made to the curriculum.
Student responsibilities under the School Act
Under the School Act, students are held accountable for their behaviour, and much of what is laid out in Board policy and practice is built around this section of the School Act.
Tips for Parents
Find useful topics on preparing your child for the first day of school; helping with homework; and preparing your child for high school, post-secondary studies and the world of work.
Peace Wapiti Public School Division (PWPSD) views parents as the key influence in a child's life, and welcomes their involvement in our schools. Our excellent, caring teachers and support staff work with parents to help each child make the most of their educational experience. We hope you find the information helpful. If you have any questions or suggestions on how this page could better meet your needs, please contact us.
Tools for Parents
This resource will provide you with a better understanding of Alberta's curriculum and related information for your child. This tool can help you discover what your child is learning, how they're assessed and what resources are available to help them be successful from Kindergarten to Grade 12.
First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) Program
The FNMI Program at PWPSD is designed to educate all students while enhancing the self-esteem of FNMI students and encouraging them to pursue their dreams and work to their full potential. The high school completion rate of FNMI students at PWPSD is significantly higher than the provincial average. Schools offering FNMI programming seek to form collaborative partnerships with leaders and communities to support student success by developing culturally relevant programs, resources and student supports.
My Child's Learning
Your doorway into your child's world of learning. This resource will provide you with a better understanding of Alberta's curriculum - how your child is assessed and the resources to help them be successful from Kindergarten to Grade 12.
Back to School Toolkit
This resource from Alberta Education is packed full of important information and resources to assist students, parents, teachers and administrators as they prepare for a new school year.
Sometimes, the sheer volume of media and pop culture influences in our kids' lives can seem overwhelming. Use the resources in this website to learn how to talk to your kids about media, gain control of the home entertainment playground, and speak out as a consumer.
There are a variety of websites offering information on helping your child with homework. They include the following:
Discovery Homework Help
Student Accident Insurance Coverage
PWPSD offers basic School Premises Coverage for all students during school days. This coverage will help cover some of the following costs in the event that your child is injured at school during school days, including during field trips and when traveling directly to and from home and school:
• Accidental Dental Reimbursement Benefits
• Ambulance and Special Treatment Travel Benefits
• Eyeglasses and Contact Lenses Benefits
• Many more benefits are included, as described in the brochure.
For more details on these benefits, please read the Blanket Student Accident Insurance Plan (Enhanced) Brochure. The insurance provider is Industrial Alliance Insurance.
To make a claim, read the Blanket Student Accident Claims Information Sheet and complete the Blanket Student Accident Standard Claim Form. You may also call 1-800-266-5667 for additional information about the policy, or 1-800-556-7411 for assistance with or information about making a claim.
Please include original receipts when submitting your claim. Prior to submitting your claim, make copies of all documents and store them in your personal files.
When submitting a claim for ambulance coverage, complete ONLY the top portion of the form. Do not complete the Attending Physician’s Statement portion of the form. Instead, attach a copy of the Hospital Discharge Report.
On the form, enter the name of the School Division as ‘Peace Wapiti School Division No. 76’ and include Policy Number 100007783. This information is also found in the Blanket Student Accident Insurance Plan (Enhanced) Brochure.
In addition to the basic School Premises Coverage, you may wish to purchase optional Kids Plus Accident Insurance. Coverage under this plan is also available for your entire family.