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  • New Student Registration

    New Student Registration



    Thanks to all the families who pre-enrolled before the deadline to help our school get ready for 2024–25! 

    We’re happy to let you know that, based on available space, all students who registered or pre-enrolled before March 22, 2024, have been accepted. 

    For the 2024 - 2025 school year, Daly Grove School is full in planned classes in:

    Kindergarten and Grade 1 in the regular program. A Kindergarten student who is a resident and lives in the school's attendance area may still register. We will only accept resident students in Grade 1 whose parent(s)/legal guardian(s) have newly moved into the school’s attendance area for the regular program. 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 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

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

    Overflow schools for Svend Hansen School for 2024–25

    As of July 1, 2024, there will be additional overflow designated schools for the Svend Hansen School attendance area. Daly Grove will be one of the overflow designated schools. This will not affect any students currently attending the school. 

    The overflow designated schools for Svend Hansen will be divided into Laurel East and Laurel West. See how the neighbourhood is divided on this map.

    Svend Hansen is a Level 3 school on the Growth Control Model. A Level 3 school only accepts new resident students from the school’s attendance area. However, these students are not necessarily guaranteed to attend. If a Level 3 school does not have space for all resident students living in the attendance area, a lottery process is used for specific grades after pre-enrolment closes. If there is no space in a particular grade at Svend Hansen School, students can attend their overflow designated school or they can choose to attend another Division school with space. As an overflow designated school for Svend Hansen, we have space for these students. 


    Elementary overflow designated school

    Junior high overflow designated school

    Laurel East


    Kate Chegwin

    Laurel West

    Daly Grove

    T. D. Baker

    Laurel East families

    New resident students who newly move into the Laurel East neighbourhood can attend Svend Hansen School if the school is not full in that grade. If the grade is full, the student can: 

    • attend Weinlos (K–6) or Kate Chegwin (7–9) schools, or
    • attend another Division school with space in planned classes, or 
    • remain at their current school.

    Laurel West families

    New resident students who newly move into the Laurel West neighbourhood can attend Svend Hansen School if the school is not full in that grade. If the grade is full, the student can: 

    • attend Daly Grove (K–6) or T. D. Baker (7–9) schools, or
    • attend another Division school with space in planned classes, or 
    • remain at their current school. 

    All Laurel West students currently enrolled in Kate Chegwin and Weinlos schools may continue to attend their current schools until their program is completed.

     Yellow bus service will be available for eligible K–6 students attending their overflow designated school. Bus fees will apply.

    Families who choose to attend another Division school rather than an overflow designated school will need to make their own transportation arrangements to get their child to and from school.


    Update your child’s current address with the school office before registering at another school.

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  • Transportation Services

    Transportation Services

    Visit Applying for Yellow Bus Service for detailed information.  

    To apply for service in:

    Complete the 2024–25 yellow bus service application form if your child needs service starting in September 2024.

    Complete the 2023–24 yellow bus service application form if your child needs service during 2023-2024 school year.

    Bus Routes and Stop Locations

    Bus stop locations will be at the nearest accessible curb or corner to the student’s home with consideration for safety and limitations to access (i.e., any obstacles that would impede the safe operation of the bus).  Kindergarten student will have curbside pickup/dropoff for their bus run that happens over the noon hour.

    If your child is new to the Division and has been approved for bus service for the 2024–25 school year, you will receive a letter in mid-August that includes the yellow bus:

    • route number
    • stop locations
    • pick-up and drop off times
    • company contact information

    Once you have access to SchoolZone, that is where you can find yellow bus information. Route information is also available at your child’s school and through SchoolZone before the first day of school.

    For more information, visit Get to School or contact Student Transportation at 780-429-8585.

    Calling all new bus riders!

    All K–6 students taking the bus for the first time are invited to the Edmonton Expo Centre on Thursday, August 22 for the 16th annual First Riders event. This free event is a unique hands-on opportunity for you and your child to get familiar with riding the bus before the school year begins.

    Afternoon sessions run every half hour, from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Evening sessions run every half hour, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

    Please register by August 19 to save your spot.  

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  • Lunch & Nutrition

    Lunch & Nutrition


    Students living within a reasonable distance of the school are encouraged to return home for lunch where feasible.

    As an additional service to parents and caregivers, Lunch Supervisors are hired staff on duty throughout the lunch break to supervise the students. It is the policy of Edmonton Public Schools that school lunch programs be operated at no cost to the Division. The school must recover the costs involved in providing this service. 

    • Parents complete a form to register to stay for lunch time (also available electronically  Schoolzone).
    • Families who have children stay for lunch pay lunchroom fees with the exception of families who live in the Laurel Northwest community AND pay for bus service. 
    • All Edmonton Public Schools set lunch fees using a standard formula. 

    The fee for students who stay at school for lunch daily is $16 per child/per month (as per the 2023/2024 fee schedule, this is subject to change).  Occasional stays are $2.00 per student and are billed at the end of the month via schoolzone!


    The safety of all children is our first priority.  To accommodate the medical needs of children with severe allergies we promote allergy awareness and have a NUT AWARE policy.  If there is a student in your child’s class with a severe or life-threatening allergy, you may be asked to avoid sending any nut products with your child to school.  We thank you for your understanding in this matter.

    Cartoon lunch

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  • Parent Resources

    Parent Resources

    Daly Grove uses Schoolzone as the primary means of communication to families. SchoolZone provides parents with information on school events, student’s progress reports, fee payment and much more!

    There are links to websites under the Resources tab to provide information/materials for parents and families to use at home.


    Logging On:

    Your child's log on information is used throughout the year at school and is the same for any home computer.

    Parents/Guardians have the opportunity to link their Schoolzone accounts for all of their children registered with Edmonton Public Schools. If you require your log on information, please contact our school office.


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Principal's Message

Welcome to our Daly Grove School family!  We are looking forward to 2023-2024 a year full of promise for growth, greatness, success and of course, connection and learning!  Daly Grove Staff are delighted to have you as part of our community as students, parents and caregivers, family, staff and community members are all important and valued participants in our world of learning.   

Student safety, well being and learning are priorities at Daly Grove.  We have a caring and committed staff who support and encourage students to be their very best and engage learners in many different ways.  We work as a team with our learning partners to do what is best for all of the children in our care.  The characteristics of kindness, caring, respect, inclusiveness and responsibility are only a few of the attributes that are part of every classroom.  

What can you do as a student to make your school year the best ever?  Choose kindness and take care of each other every day.  Come to school ready to participate in your learning adventure.  There are so many things in our great big world to explore and engage in.  Be passionate!  Ask questions!  Research!  Collaborate!  Be brave!  Take risks and challenge yourself!  This is your time to be great and be someone who makes a difference in our world.

This is my first year at Daly Grove and I look forward to getting to know our students and families.  I invite you to call or email when you have questions, comments or concerns.  You are your child’s advocate and your input matters.  Our children are the greatest asset in this world and their success depends on all of our support.  Together we can make amazing things happen.  

Let’s have a fabulous year together!

Proud Principal of Daly Grove School,

Shannon Gilson