Author Archives: Shaye Patras

About Shaye Patras

I am a husband and father of two fantastic girls. I currently work as the Principal of Ecole Meridian Heights School in Parkland School Division in Alberta, Canada. I am excited to be continuing my administrative career in this learning community!

January Updates from Ecole Meridian Heights School

Well we’ve had a few weeks to get our feet back under us and our kids seem to be adjusting very well. Those who have continued in Option 2 (online learning) have progressed pretty seamlessly in the new year, and … Continue reading

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Updates from Ecole Meridian Heights School

Online Learning for all Students Jan 4-8 Don’t forget, our provincial government recently announced that all students, K-9 will be learning in an online format upon our return from Christmas break from January 4th – 8th. Your child’s teacher will … Continue reading

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Important Updates from EMHS

Hello parents, As you are likely aware, our provincial government recently announced additional measures to slow the spread of COVID 19 in our communities and province. While this will mean that we are going to be making some changes to … Continue reading

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A Mid-November Check In

It’s hard to believe we’ve just passed fall break! If you were fortunate enough to have this time with your family I hope it provided you with the opportunity to rest, recover and relax, even for a short while. We’ve … Continue reading

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November Updates from Ecole Meridian Heights School

Hello parents and guardians, It’s hard to believe we’ve already had parent/student/teacher conferences, hosted Covid friendly Halloween parties in classrooms and we are preparing for Fall Break! Please take a moment to read on to learn what’s coming next at … Continue reading

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October Updates from EMHS

October has been a very busy month at Ecole Meridian Heights School, and there is still more to come! Updated Covid Protocol for Students Walking or Being Dropped Off At School For those students who are walking to school or … Continue reading

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Picture Day, PTI’s, Orange Shirt Day and So Much More at EMHS!

As we wrap up September and are quickly approaching October there is much going on at Ecole Meridian Heights School! Please read on to learn more. Orange Shirt Day – Wednesday, September 30th Ecole Meridian Heights School will once again … Continue reading

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A few Updates from Ecole Meridian Heights School

As we roll through our 4th week of in person learning at Ecole Meridian Heights School there’s much to share. We have some important information on our COVID 19 protocols that we want to ensure our families are aware of. … Continue reading

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Reflections and Revisions at Ecole Meridian Heights School

I hope that all of our families are taking some time to enjoy a well deserved break this weekend after a busy start! It’s been a school start like none ever before!!  It’s been wonderful to see our kids “smiling … Continue reading

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The First Day(s) Are Done… What Now?

Despite staggering our entry to school over the past two days, it was still a whirlwind of activity and energy! It was fantastic to see our kids in person once again, and they were so pleased to be with their … Continue reading

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