Welcome to J.W. Walker School

At J. W. Walker School we believe that:

  • All students can achieve to their potential.
  • All members of the school community must feel safe, respected and included.
  • Leaders in our school are essential to ensure an effective learning environment.
  • Student achievement is optimized when teaching addresses the learner’s
    developmental level and learning style.
  • A variety of on-going assessments should be used to measure student achievement
    and to guide instruction.
  • Staff, parents and community partners must feel that their collaboration towards
    student achievement is valued and recognized.
  • An open and positive partnership between home and school supports student
    achievement.
  • All members of the school community share the responsibility of student
    achievement and success. 

 

What's Happening in our School

Treaties Week
Treaties Week - November 1-7, 2021
Posted on 11/01/2021
Our school is marking Treaties Recognition Week this week (November 1-7, 2021) by teaching students the importance of treaties, as well as treaty righ ...
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Bus evacuation practice
National School Bus Safety Week - October 18-22, 2021
Posted on 10/18/2021
School bus transportation plays a critical role in the education of our students, and is the direct link between home and the classroom. This week is ...
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Eye@K
05/03/2018
During Kindergarten registration, the Ministry of Education is conducting a voluntary survey regarding experiences in child care and community activities, called EYE@K.
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RRDSB News

School Year Calendar Survey
2022-2023 School Year Calendar Survey
01/10/2022
Every year, students, families, employees and community members have an opportunity to provide feedback on the upcoming school year calendar. Please take a moment to fill out the survey for the proposed 2022-2023 School Year Calendar by clicking on this link - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SchoolYearCalendarSurvey.
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December memo
Mental Health Memo - December 2021
12/01/2021
With the return to in-person learning this year, is your child overwhelmed with uncertainties and fears about school? Are they having physical symptoms: headaches, sleep disturbances, refusal to sleep alone, or stomach aches that often start the night before school?
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FNMI Newsletter Fall 2021
11/11/2021
The FNMI newsletter is released annually to share the highlights of FNMI learning in our schools. The Rainy River District School Board continues to support and increase knowledge, understanding and awareness of First Nation, Métis and Inuit histories, cultures and perspectives for all staff and students.
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Bell Times

Morning Bell 8:40 am
School Starts 8:45 am
1st Block 8:45-10:25
1st Recess 10:25-10:45
2nd Recess 10:50-11:10
2nd Block 11:10-12:50
1st Recess 12:50-1:10
2nd Recess 1:15-1:35
3rd Block 1:35-3:15
Dismissal Bell 3:15

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