Active living in EIPS
Active Living is an important part of balance throughout our lives. Division-wide, EIPS is committed to introducing students to a variety of physical activities, so students can develop their personal interests and continue to improve their physical literacy beyond their school years. Education is a shared responsibility involving students, parents, educators, the school and the community. We promote the incorporation of Daily Physical Activity (DPA) in our classrooms regularly and below have provided parents with local resources to support the development of physical literacy and active living at home.
Alberta students have the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle as outlined in the Physical Education Guide to Implementation. Our vision for education focuses on children and their ability to achieve their individual potential, creating a positive future for themselves, as well as enhancing their quality of life.
Important Administrative Procedures:
- Administrative Procedure 161, Communicable Diseases
- Administrative Procedure 162, Smoke-Free Facilities
- Administrative Procedure 206, Human Sexuality Program
- Administrative Procedure 318, Pediculosis (Lice)
- Administrative Procedure 354, Student Substance Abuse