Nestled in the vibrant community of Walker Lakes, Shauna May Seneca School serves students from Kindergarten through Grade Nine in a caring, welcoming, and inclusive learning community. Staff are committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure all students learn at high levels. Teachers are focused on building a collaborative environment centered on essential learning outcomes, common assessments, and best practices. In this way, we continually learn with and from each other about how to create the best possible learning environment for students. We value all of our stakeholders and believe we share a collective responsibility in nurturing positive, contributing, and empowered citizens.
We are excited to share that the Division has a new strategic plan that makes up our Vision, Mission, Values, Priorities and Goals for the next four years. This strategic plan provides us the opportunity to guide our work at Shauna May Seneca and how we create our school plans, implement strategies and best utilize our resources. We remain committed to fostering growth and success for every student and are excited to work with students and their families toward achieving our goals over the next four years. We embrace the opportunity to collaborate with our families and the greater community to advance action toward anti-racism and reconciliation.
Welcome to Shauna May Seneca School!
NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION
A student registering at Shauna May Seneca School must meet the criteria of living within our designated area and must be a resident. A student is considered a resident of Edmonton Public Schools if they have at least one parent who lives in Edmonton who is not Roman Catholic. If the student you are registering meets these criteria for the 2022-2023 school year and is new to Edmonton Public Schools Visit the Division website to learn how to register for school.
Lottery process at Shauna May Seneca School
Edmonton Public Schools reviews enrolment and programs at all schools in our Division each fall to monitor growth and see where schools are on the Division’s Growth Control Model. After carefully reviewing our enrolment this fall, Edmonton Public Schools has determined our school is at capacity and is implementing a lottery process for new resident students enrolling at our school for the 2023–24 school year. This will not impact current students who attend our school.
The school will not accept new registrations from families in the attendance area if the student is not a resident of Edmonton Public Schools. A student is considered a resident of Edmonton Public Schools if they have at least one parent who lives in Edmonton who is not Roman Catholic.
Resident students who aren’t selected through the lottery process can attend the overflow designated schools, Grace Martin (K-6), Edith Rogers (7-9), a school with space in planned classes, or remain at their current school, if applicable.
Siblings of current students attending our school
New resident students from the attendance area with a sibling who is returning to the school next year will get priority, but are not guaranteed to attend.
More information about the lottery process
Watch the Growth Control Model video for an overview of the lottery process. You can also read more about the lottery process on the Edmonton Public Schools website. If you have any other questions, please contact our school office at 587.489.4722.