The long-running Rotary Interact Club at J. Percy Page High sees about 40 dedicated student members taking on multiple environmental projects each year. This year, Rotary Interact joined with the school’s Earth Club and 2018 Grad Committee for enhancements of the surrounding school grounds—an ambitious project that included spring litter cleanup in the Millwoods Park area near the school, and the development of several planter boxes on school grounds.
On May 16, over 700 J. Percy Page students went out to explore future possible careers at 39 different locations in Edmonton and Calgary. The Edmonton Journal interviewed one of our Assistant Principals, Cam Tully about the day.
As of April 17, 2018 we have not reached our optimal enrolment limit for all grade levels.
For all current grade 9, 10 and 11 students that pre-enrolled by the April 16 deadline, you have been accepted for 2018-2019.
Indigo South Edmonton Common is hosting a fundraiser for the J. Percy Page class of 2018 next Thursday, May 3 from 6-9 pm. 15% of all designated purchases will go directly to support our wonderful grade 12 students and our school celebrations. Please come out and support our students.
The Emerald Foundation selected J. Percy Page's Rotary Interact Club as the winner of their youth environmental award, The Ron Kruhalk Award for the province of Alberta.
The $1000 award will be presented in Calgary at the Emerald Foundation's annual awards program on June 5, 2018.