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  • Who was D. S. MacKenzie?

    Who was D. S. MacKenzie?

    D.S. MacKenzie Junior High School, named in honour of Alberta's first Deputy Minister of Education, was officially opened on March 7, 1969. 

     

    This year is our 50th Anniversary, and to celebrate, we will be holding at 50th Anniversary open house on October 3rd, 2019 from 3:00PM to 6:00PM with the evening program beginning at 5:30. Please join us for a celebration of Trojans through the decades!

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Welcome

Welcome to D. S. MacKenzie School!

Every Student, Every Day, A Success. This speaks to our belief that all students have the right to a high quality learning environment and to be challenged to reach their potential as compassionate leaders, engaged learners, and contributing citizens.   Our school provides a safe, caring and welcoming atmosphere where diversity is honored, relationships are nurtured and perseverance is cultivated.  

We believe the educational journey of our students is a collective responsibility shared by our students, parents, school faculty and community members.  Through a collaborative approach, based on mutual respect and trust, together we can support the growth and success of all students.  As our valued partners, we invite our parents, caregivers and families to participate in school events throughout the year.  

Communication is a priority at D.S. MacKenzie and is a shared responsibility.  Updates and information will be communicated with parents and caregivers through SchoolZone and weekly emails.  Information regarding homework and classroom supports will be communicated with our students through Google classroom.  We encourage parents to connect with our faculty through in person conversations, phone calls and email.

We are committed to new technologies that support student achievement and utilize a ‘student owned device’ approach to learning.  We understand that this approach will enable students to cultivate knowledge and create innovative solutions within authentic contexts for learning. Using technology as a learning tool supports our focus on learning, critical thinking skills, managing information, and communicating as our students strive to become responsible global citizens. 

At D.S. MacKenzie School, we believe in the power of possibilities, positivity and partnerships because when we all work together, the impossible becomes possible!

Yours in partnership,

Dr. Larry Payne

Principal

 

 

 

50th Anniversary

50th Anniversary