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  • Volunteering


    We encourage all parents to take an active role as partners in your children’s learning. If you would like to volunteer in your child’s classroom, please contact your child’s teacher. All volunteers are required to complete a volunteer registration form, which is available from your child’s teacher or at the school office.

    There are a number of ways that parents can become active and contributing members of our school community. As you can well imagine, the possibilities are endless.

      •   Assist with clubs & special school-wide events
      •   Participate in special evening events
      •   Provide support in the classroom
      •   Become a guest expert
      •   Join our School Council/Northmount Parent’s Association
      •   Assist in the school library
      •   Coordinate and assist with book fairs
      •   Volunteer for field trips
      •   Supporting your child’s learning through their homework, home reading and home writing.

    Please contact the main office at northmount@epsb.ca or by calling 780-475-5162 if you are interested in volunteering at Northmount School.

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  • Student Leadership

    Student Leadership

    Student Leadership

    Leadership is available to everyone at Northmount! All staff and students sit on a Leadership Team and students are invited to apply for additional leadership opportunities including Morning News Anchors, Junior Supervisors, Clipboard Couriers, Patrols, PALS, Buddy Bench, Tidy Up Crew, Welcome Slip Collectors and Little Librarians.

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  • Discovery Place Preschool and Out of School Care

    Discovery Place Preschool and Out of School Care

    Discovery Place Preschool and Out of School Care, a place for children to thrive, provides childcare for Northmount students in grades 1 - 6.  For more information, we invite you to visit their website.

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  • Lunch & Nutrition

    Lunch & Nutrition

    We encourage all of our students and parents to bring healthy/well rounded lunches and snacks. It is important to recognize the significance that a balanced diet has on children. Your help in this manner is very much appreciated.

    Stay tuned as we will soon be starting a snack program for the fall! 



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  • Transportation


    Attention Parents and Guardians!! The deadline for the bus transportation application for the 2019-2020 school year is due May 31, 2019. After this date your application is considered late and your service will be starting later than September 3, 2019.

    Transportation for elementary students to Northmount is available for students living in the Schonsee area (school not built) and for students attending the Cogito Program (Program of Choice) living in the North end of the city within designated boundaries of serviced areas.  

    Siblings of students in the Cogito Program attending the Regular Program are able to apply as Conditional Riders to Northmount which is approved based on space available on buses.  

    To see the Student Transportation Fees for 2019-2020 click here 

    Student Transportation forms to apply for bus service or make changes to your existing service are available at the office.

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  • Clubs & Activities

    Clubs & Activities

    Throughout the year students will be provided with many opportunities to enhance their leadership and sense of belonging at Northmount. Current leadership teams, clubs, and activities offered at Northmount School are:

    - Staff & Student Leadership Team

          - First Nations, Metis, & Inuit

          - Wellness

          - G-Squared

          - Gratitude and Giving

          - Belonging & Connection

          - Northmount’s 50th Anniversary

          - Connecting to Nature & Play

    - Intramurals

    - Running Club

    - Choir, Handbells, Drumming

    - Dance Club

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  • School Vision and Mission

    School Vision and Mission

    All of our staff members are committed to providing a safe, positive learning environment to engage students in developing skills, knowledge and attitudes to become responsible, caring and productive citizens, and life-long learners. By engaging teachers in professional discussions and activities, we promote a school-wide inclusive learning environment focused on literacy and numeracy.

    2019-2020 Student Rights and Responsibilities

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ALERT: Schools remain closed to students and visitors. Instruction moves to distance and online learning.

Schools remain closed to students and visitors. Instruction moves to distance and online learning. Learn more. 



Northmount School is pleased to offer both Regular and Cogito programming. Our mainstream program is available for students living in the Northmount and Schonsee communities.  

The Cogito alternative program is currently provided for students in Kindergarten to grade six through application only.

2019-2020 Registration

Please note, space in planned classes is full from Kindergarten to Grade 6 in both the Mainstream and Cogito programs.

We are currently only accepting registrations in our Mainstream program, for children who have moved into our attendance area after April 15, 2019.


Message from the Principal

At Northmount, we are proud of the high quality opportunities we provide to encourage the development of exceptional academic and social-emotional competencies. Our actions are founded in the belief in the worth and potential of each child we serve.

Our strong sense of school community empowers children and staff to become active community and global citizens. We create opportunities for our students to make choices that make the world a better place.

We offer both Mainstream and Cogito programming for grades Kindergarten through six.  We work intentionally to build and maintain a safe and cohesive culture where each child belongs and is actively engaged in the learning process.

Our mission statement is a testament to the work we do everyday and informs the decisions we make. At Northmount, we:

  • all belong and see ourselves reflected in our school.
  • communicate to create a positive, collaborative, and welcoming environment.
  • challenge and support ourselves and each other to set and work towards our goals.
  • demonstrate excitement, pride, and confidence in our daily work and acknowledge our willingness to take risks. 

We look forward to an enriching school year.

With appreciation,

Theresa Purificati