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Welcome to Sister Annata Brockman Elementary/Junior High School

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June Update

Dear Parents,

Can you feel it?  Summer is right around the corner.  This note is to provide you with some year-end details as well as our staff list for next year.

A number of teacher changes will occur.  Both Mrs. Gerndt and Mrs. Gale will be taking their maternity leaves.  Mr. Rakowski is also taking a one year leave to check out a new adventure. Mrs. Nolin and Mrs. Holinski-Shalapay have accepted positions, as have Ms. Kingsley and Mrs. Hildebrand, in other Edmonton Catholic Schools.  Ms. Davis and Mrs. Harding-Kuriger will not be returning to SAB.  We wish them all well in their new ventures.  Below is our staff list for 2014-2015.

Mrs. Connolly-Leason


Mrs. Zahary


Ms. Skowronski


Mrs. MacDonald


Mrs. Bailey


Ms. D’Heer


Ms. Koidjos


Ms. Timm


Mrs. Vona-Corbo


Mr. Arnieri


Mrs. Steinke


Mrs. Huculak


Mrs. Porter


Ms. Lavallee


Mrs. Yeomans


Mr. Moisan


Mrs. Sopkow


Mrs. Senchuk


Mrs. Dmitri


Mr. Medina


Mrs. Lewis


Ms. El Cid


Ms. Smith


Mr. Markovich


Mrs. Carr


Mrs. Smolarchuk


Mrs. Wedemire


Mrs. Yu


Ms. Murphy


Mr. Moskalyk – Tech Coach


Mr. Girard


Ms. Mooney – L.A. & Kagan Coach


Mrs. Bourque


Mrs. Hart – Learning Coach


Ms. Vanderhelm  Music K-2; other


Mrs. Papaianni – Learning Coach, ELL


Mrs. Hobden Music 3-6; Band


Mrs. Krehut – Library; Office






Mrs. Anderson – Clerk


Mrs. Leboldus-Campbell – Principal


Mrs. (Buga) Watkins–Administrative Assistant


Mr. Chichak – Assistant Principal




Mrs. Rozycki – Assistant Principal


Ms. Priest




Ms. Seigers


Mr. Saliganan – Head Custodian


Ms. Dawson


Mr. Espin


Mrs. Reis-Preto


Mr. Dizon


Mrs. Kavgadoulis





Check out our website for:

a)     School Supplies – Have you ordered yet?  School Information tab; General; School Supplies (or click here)

Supplies will be delivered to your child’s classroom and will be ready on the first day of classes.

b)     Matt Jeneroux, MLA, has a poster for you to view.  Please check it out.  Click to view


If you are new to Canada, call One World…One Centre to register now; 780 944-2001.


The School Office will open on Monday, August 25.

First Day of Classes September 2

Have a wonderful summer vacation!


June 2014

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Congratulations to all of our students who have celebrated the sacraments of First Reconciliation, First Eucharist and Confirmation.  Beautiful masses have taken place throughout May and will continue in June at Good Shepherd Church and other churches.  May God’s blessings be plentiful as you live the beauty of the life you have received through God’s love and the Holy Spirit.

June is a very exciting time in schools.  We are very busy finishing projects, going on fieldtrips and writing exams.  We look forward to celebrating our Grade Nine Farewell at Good Shepherd Church on June 5 with 75 students preparing to move into High School.  Another big event will be held on June 20 as we have a Fun Day for Grade 1-5.  Our final day, June 27, all students will gather in the gym at 10:45 for our Year-end celebration.  We hope you are able to join us.  Please keep your eye on the calendar so you do not miss any of the individual class activities.

This is also a busy time as we prepare our classes, teaching assignments and staffing for next year.  As of today our enrollment has increased 28 students over September, 2013.  We are working hard to determine the best physical arrangement for classes while trying to maintain reasonable class sizes as our building continues to fill.  We look forward to implementing some creativity into classes that are great for kids!

Thank you so much for your wonderful support this year.  We want to thank all of the parents for their contributions including volunteering on fieldtrips, School Council, Hot Lunch Days, in classes and for the financial contributions you have made to support the playground, which we hope to see by fall.  A note will be posted on the website when our staffing is confirmed and the staff assignments are complete.  We will also include other details that you will need to know for the 2014-2015 school year.  Our calendar for next year has many dates.  Check it out…you may find a very long weekend in November.

Best wishes for a wonderful June and a blessed summer!

Yours truly,

Doris Leboldus-Campbell
phone 780-444-0250

Suzanne Rozycki
Assistant Principal
phone 780-444-0250

Daryl Chichak
Assistant Principal
phone 780-444-0250

Please click here to view the Sister Annata Brockman Attendance Boundaries.

Sister Annata Brockman’s Surprise Celebration

On Wednesday, April 16th, Sister Annata Brockman had a wonderful surprise. To celebrate sister’s sixty five years in the religious profession her school community recognized her with a beautiful handmade book. Every student’s name was included in the book. Our younger students just printed their name but students from grade two to nine were encouraged to write a message for Sister Annata. She walked into the gym with Mrs. Bailey’s grade one class, thinking it was a short celebration for Good Friday. The school song was sung as she walked into the gymnasium and as she was guided to the front of the gym. Our principal, Doris Leboldus Campbell, said a few words before presenting her with the handmade book and a large celebratory cake. She was also presented with a lovely bouquet of flowers from her school community. Sister Annata Brockman replied with a few words of thanks before Father Marc gave Sister Annata a special blessing.  After the celebration every student was presented with a cookie to represent a piece of Sister’s celebratory cake and the staff joined her in a luncheon to celebrate her special day.









Task Force for Teaching Excellence

The Task Force for Teaching Excellence has released its report, including 25 recommendations, which speaks to the needs of our kids and the expectations of parents—having excellent teachers will create excellent students.

The report was shared at the Task Force for Teaching Excellence Symposium in Edmonton today. The symposium provides an opportunity for teachers, students, parents, education partners and others to hear about the Task Force’s recommendations and provide immediate feedback.

Organizations such as yours, along with all Albertans, are encouraged to review the report and provide feedback. Further information about the Task Force report and resulting consultation is available at



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