Sherwood Park, AB. — Work is almost complete on establishing the attendance boundaries for the new K-6 school in the Davidson Creek area. The new boundaries will affect elementary schools and junior high schools in Sherwood Park, particularly those in the northeast quadrant.

Based on feedback from parents, students, staff and community members, EIPS has revised its proposed school boundaries for the area and are sharing those recommendations with the community at two drop-in information sessions. Those who attend will have the opportunity to view the school boundaries being purposed, ask questions and speak with representatives from Elk Island Public Schools.

Drop-In Information Sessions:
Date: April 19 & April 25
Time: 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Location: Lakeland Ridge; 101 Crimson Dr., Sherwood Park
*free child care provided.


EIPS is one of Alberta’s largest school divisions, serving approximately 17,100 students in 42 schools. We are proud to be an integral part of our communities, including Sherwood Park, Fort Saskatchewan, Vegreville, Strathcona and Lamont counties, and the western portion of the County of Minburn.


Related Information:
Information about the new school in Sherwood Park
Possible attendance boundaries for the northeast quadrant of Sherwood Park


For more information contact:
Laura McNabb, director, Communication Services, EIPS 780-417-8204 cell 780-405-4902