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  • Clubs & Activities

    Clubs & Activities

    Students at Weinlos have the opportunity to join multiple clubs to get involved around the school.  By becoming a part of any of these exciting groups, students have a chance to build and strengthen their leadership skills.  Some of the clubs include:

    • Running Club
    • Library Club
    • Handbell and Choir
    • Leadership
    • Intramurals
    • Art Club
    • Math/Games Club
    • Trooper Tuesday (Kindness Club)
    • Recycling
    • Patrols

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  • Community

    Community

    Weinlos School is located in the Ridgewood neighbourhood of Mill Woods. Our school population reflects the unique nature of a multicultural community, multi-lingual backgrounds and a varied socio-economic neighbourhood. Weinlos School is developing strong links between the school and community through interaction and collaboration with community stakeholders. 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Principal

    Principal's Message

    Welcome to Weinlos School! At Weinlos School, we believe in each other, we work hard to achieve our best and we are life-long learners. Weinlos students are valued, loved, cared for and heard. We recognize, respect and celebrate the culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. We foster growth and success for every student by providing an inclusive, welcoming, safe and healthy environment through meaningful engagement in high quality and diverse learning experiences. 

    Students at Weinlos school utilize a range of resources, technologies and competencies to build foundational knowledge, skills and attitudes in literacy, numeracy and mental health. Students demonstrate engagement through academic pursuits, physical activity, overall wellness and self-awareness, discovery and character development. We provide inclusive academic programming as well as Opportunity and Behaviour and Learning Assistance programming for students with special needs. French as a Second Language enriches our programming for students in Grades 4 to 6. We promote student leadership and responsibility through a variety of clubs and programs throughout the year.

    We strongly value community engagement and collaboration. Education is a partnership.  We are committed to working with our families to provide support, services and opportunities to be involved in their child’s education. The partnership of the school, home and community serves to ensure that every student reaches their full potential emotionally, socially and academically. 

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  • School Philosophy

    School Philosophy

    At Weinlos School, we believe in each other, we do our best and we are life-long learners. We believe no matter who you are or how old you are, everyone who walks through our doors deserves to be valued, loved, heard and cared for.

    Students will demonstrate engagement through academic pursuits, physical activity and overall wellness, self-awareness and discovery, and character development. We believe the partnership of the school, home and community serves to engage students in lifelong learning. 

     

     

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  • Instructional Focus

    Instructional Focus

    We strive to improve student learning in all areas with a focus on improving literacy and numeracy. At Weinlos School, academic achievement is always our top priority. We are proud of our students’ results on Provincial Achievement Tests, Higher Level of Achievement Tests (HLATS) and Division wide Math Assessments, as Weinlos students as a whole consistently do their best and work hard to achieve their goals. Every day is busy and full of learning opportunities which build together to form a strong educational foundation!

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 WELCOME TO WEINLOS 

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Welcome to the web site for Weinlos School. We are an Elementary School located in Mill Woods. Our school is a diverse learning community of about 400 students in kindergarten through grade six. We are excited by the opportunity to share with you the exemplary work students, staff and parents are engaged in across our school and community. We have a committed and caring staff, a stimulating learning environment and a welcoming family atmosphere. 

 Weinlos welcomes students from the Laurel area next year!

Weinlos will continue to be an overflow designated school for the Svend Hansen school. That school is full and is implementing a lottery process. This means that if the number of new students wishing to attend Svend Hansen exceeds the spaces available, those students will be welcomed at our school. Students from Svend Hansen School should enrol at their designated school first if they wish to be part of the lottery process and be placed on the callback list. If families do not want to be part of the lottery process, they can choose to register or pre-enrol directly at Weinlos. Siblings will also be able to attend. More information about the lottery process is available on the Edmonton Public Schools website.

Weinlos is a closed boundary school. As outlined in Division regulations, the only new students accepted to our school during pre-enrolment are:

  1. Resident students who live within the attendance area.
  2. Siblings of current students who will be returning to the school the following year.

If the student you are registering or pre-enrolling meets one of these criteria for the 2022-2023 school year, please register them online (new students) or pre-enrol through SchoolZone (existing students). 

Following the close of pre-enrolment at 4 pm on April 14, 2022, the school will only accept resident students who have newly moved into the attendance area or resident students eligible for Kindergarten.

  If you have additional questions about this process, please call our office at

780-462-5261. We look forward to welcoming our new families! 

 

  Kindergarten Information and Registration - Click Here

Weinlos School is full in planned classes in Kindergarten to Grade 6. A Kindergarten student who is a resident and lives in the school's attendance area or Svend Hansen's attendance area may still register. We will only accept resident students for Grades 1 to 6 who newly move into the school’s attendance area and Svend Hansen's attendance area. A resident student of Edmonton Public Schools has at least one parent or legal guardian living in Edmonton who is not Roman Catholic. Non-resident students can enrol in another Division school with space in planned classes.


If you are registering for Kindergarten or if you are new to Edmonton Public Schools, you must register online.
 

Check out our Welcome to Weinlos Video below! 

 

 

 

Principal's Message

Welcome to Weinlos School! At Weinlos School, we believe in each other, we work hard to achieve our best and we are life-long learners. Weinlos students are valued, loved, cared for and heard. We recognize, respect and celebrate the culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. We foster growth and success for every student by providing an inclusive, welcoming, safe and healthy environment through meaningful engagement in high quality and diverse learning experiences. 

Students at Weinlos school utilize a range of resources, technologies and competencies to build foundational knowledge, skills and attitudes in literacy, numeracy and mental health. Students demonstrate engagement through academic pursuits, physical activity, overall wellness and self-awareness, discovery and character development. We provide inclusive academic programming as well as Opportunity and Behaviour and Learning Assistance programming for students with special needs. French as a Second Language enriches our programming for students in Grades 4 to 6. We promote student leadership and responsibility through a variety of clubs and programs throughout the year.

We strongly value community engagement and collaboration. Education is a partnership.  We are committed to working with our families to provide support, services and opportunities to be involved in their child’s education. The partnership of the school, home and community serves to ensure that every student reaches their full potential emotionally, socially and academically. 

Weinlos Faculty