Division Re-entry Strategy
Read our COVID-19 Division Re-entry Strategy for information about how we’re welcoming students and staff back into schools this September.We’re preparing to welcome students and staff back into schools this September.
Thank you for preserving our history
Historic McKay Avenue School has a new roof. Your support of the Shake it Up! fundraising campaign helped us achieve this goal.
Click on the following to view our progress reports and photographs summarizing the project:
Report No. 1
Report No. 2
Report No. 3
Photographs of Roof Project
Archives for Researchers
The Archives and Museum is a public research facility housing records and artifacts related to Edmonton Public Schools. Some of the holdings include: Board of Trustees meeting minutes, administrative records, attendance registers, school records, yearbooks, school cultural material, photographs, curriculum material, maps, authorized Alberta textbooks, student records, trophies, sports equipment and school furniture.
Release of Record Form
Designated a Provincial Historic Resource in 1976 and a Municipal Historic Resource in 2015, McKay Avenue School has played an important role in the educational, social and political development of Edmonton and Alberta. It has been preserved to reflect the District’s past and to pass its history on to future generations.
Housed within the oldest standing brick school in Alberta, our facility offers curriculum-based, hands-on programs for students; a museum highlighting the history of Edmonton Public Schools and Alberta's early political history; and archives where historically significant documents are preserved for future generations.