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  • AWASIS Program

    AWASIS Program

    AWASIS Program - "Awasis" means child in the Cree Language. The Awasis Program is the Edmonton Public School Board elementary program which provides students with Cree Language instruction and cultural teachings and activities. 

    Cree Language and cultural activities include: Cree Language curriculum of study, daily Cree prayer, seasonal Feasts, Pipe Ceremonies, Smudge, Awasis Day celebration, music study which integrates song and drumming, Traditional and Pow Wow dance, Metis jigging at Guitar and Fiddle, field trips to cultural sites, and the annual Indigenous Language and Culture Quiz.



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  • Other Programs

    Other Programs

    Fine Arts Programming – Guitar and Fiddle, Music, Art, Christmas Concert

    Physical Activity Programming – Daily Physical Activity, Daily Walk and Run Club, Sportball, Terry Fox Run, Alien Inline Skating, Ringette, Skiing (grade 5 and 6), Tennis, and Intramurals

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  • New Student Registration

    New Student Registration


    If your child is new to Edmonton Public Schools, you can register for school online. Visit the Division website to learn how to register for school.


    You will need to pre-enrol on SchoolZone to tell us the school you’d like your child to attend next year. Find important dates and deadlines and learn more about pre-enrolment, which opens between March and April each year.

    If you have questions about registering for school, contact the school office.



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  • Student Leadership

    Student Leadership

    Bus Monitors

    PALs - Playground Activity Leaders

    Snack/Lunch Leaders

    Each classroom has a leader-board where students apply for and hold positions of leadership within their grade.















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  • Clubs & Activities

    Clubs & Activities

    Cree Language and Culture, Seasonal Feasts, Pipe Ceremonies, Mini Round Dance, Pow wow Dancing and Awasis Day

    Literacy Supports – Reading Recovery, Leveled Literacy Intervention, Literacy Night, Web-based programs for students (Reading A-Z, RAZ Kids, and more!)

    Numeracy Supports – PC Math Lab, Math Games Night, Web-based supports – Mathletics, Sumdog

    Apple Schools – focus on healthy eating and wellness

    Future Casting – U School for students in grade 6

    Fine Arts Programming - Guitar and Fiddle, Music, Drama (Spring Production), Christmas Concert, Spring Concert,

    Technology Programming - Maker Space, 3-D printing, Coding, iPads, Chromebooks



    Physical Activity Programming – Daily Physical Activity, Sportball, Terry Fox Run, Snowshoeing, X-CountrySkiing (grade 5 and 6), Tennis, Intramurals

    Coyote Pride Mentorship Program - through Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society

    RAINBOWS - Peer Support Groups

    Field Trips – Telus World of Science (Alternate years sponsorship), Fort Edmonton Indigenous Peoples Experience, School-wide presentations from Authors,  Theatre, Bennett Centre Curriculum related – Science and Social Studies

    School Elders - available at times during school hours/events

    Success Coach - Ms. Asia Broadbent is at school every day through the Family Centre

    Roots and Wings - TBA - provides in-home family support services

    School Play Therapist - Please contact school administration or your child's teachers to access this support.

    Student Leadership - bus monitors, PALS leaders, Golden Feather assemblies

    We also provide a wide variety of opportunities to encourage students to become involved in extracurricular activities.

    These include: APPLE School Daily Physical Activity, Choir – Nikamosisak meaning ‘songbirds’ in Cree, Coyote PrideDrama Club, Guitar & Fiddle ProgramIntramural ProgramsTraditional Dance (TBA)Bus MonitorsPALs (Playground Activity Leaders)

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  • School Philosophy

    School Philosophy

    At Prince Charles School we believe that:

    • Every child can learn and will be successful
    • All children learn at different rates and in different ways
    • Learners are responsible for their own behavior and achievement
    • Education is a shared responsibility involving the parent, the student, the school and community
    • School is a safe, positive and caring environment that maintains the dignity and self-worth of all

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  • Registration



    Students who are new to the Division register for school. Whether you're registering for this school year or next year, learn how to register online using the steps and the digital student registration form below.

    Students currently enrolled at a Division school, including those moving to junior high and high school, pre-enrol on SchoolZone.

    If you have questions regarding student registration, please call our school office team at 780-455-5533.



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Welcome to Prince Charles School!

We look forward to building a warm, nurturing and respectful relationship between home and school. We invite you to be an active part of our school community.  It is only as a team working together that we can accomplish all that we dream for our children.

The Code of the Golden Feather is the foundation of our community.  We practice Respect, Humility, Honesty and Integrity each and every day in all that we say and do. We are also a Leader In Me School and support all of our students to be leaders.  Staff strive to support each child to find and develop his or her strengths to be positive change agents in their school, their family, and their community.


Principal's Message

Welcome to Prince Charles School!  

Our theme for 2021-2022 is: Learning and Being Kind Together

We believe that relationships and open communication between parents, students, and staff are foundational to a great year. 

We encourage parents to read Edmonton Public’s 2021-22 Back to School Plan so they are informed of the protocols and procedures to ensure the health and safety of all students and staff. 

 Staff will work to ensure that students develop the knowledge, skills, and understanding to be successful academically and socially.  The impact of the pandemic created challenges and some parents may be concerned about “learning loss”.  Teachers will program for “the learning level the child is at” and with parent support, we are confident children will make academic gains.  Supports for student mental health will also be available through our School Success Coach and the Division.

Families are strongly encouraged to: 

  • Stay connected with your child’s teacher(s). Parents can email the teacher or call the school and leave a message for the teacher to contact them.  Appointments for in-person or virtual meetings may also be scheduled.
  • Be active on SchoolZone. Parents can access all information coming from the school and the Division, such as, latest updates, report cards, monthly newsletters and transportation (Where’s my Bus?)

If you do not have your SchoolZone login information or login information for your child, contact the office to request your username and password. 


The Code of the Golden Feather incorporates Indigenous teachings that guide our work and way of living.  We hope that these values are internalized and practiced even while we are away from school.  We expect students, parents, and staff to treat others with Respect, act with Integrity, Humility and Honesty. We strongly believe our students are capable of following the Code of the Golden Feather.

Our expectations for student conduct are directly linked to the Code of the Golden Feather.  Students who strive to “be kind” will be positive role models for their peers.  For more detailed information please read the Prince Charles School Handbook.

Lastly, a gentle reminder for parents to ensure the office has up-to-date contact and emergency information.


Judy Toews