Promontory Panthers

Strong Learners, Kind Hearts

Our vision is to inspire all to reach their individual potential, become socially responsible citizens and to develop a love of learning.


  • Connecting- positive relationships foster connections, a sense of belonging and inclusiveness
  • Empowering- opportunities inspire and engage students to be responsible learners with a passion to empower themselves and others
  • Learning- a learning environment that is flexible and purposeful allows students to achieve success
  • Thinking- creative and critical thinking leads to new understanding.
December Newsletter is out! Please see the Newsletter page for more information!
Parking Lot Valets- As the weather turns more of you may choose to drive. There is still no parking in our lot but we do have Parking Valets who will be available in the morning to assist K and 1 students. Their job is to greet the little ones, help them out and take them to their line up. Many of our K and 1 students already know where to line up, but it is still nice to be greeted in the morning. 



November was a month of remembering and quite a bit of rain too. We held our Remembrance Day Assembly and our students were amazing. It was long but they were respectful, listened well and did such a great job. We were pleased to have several special guests join us.  Mayor Gaetz , School Trustee Walt Krahn, RCMP Constable Christensen, Pastor Jonathan Neufeld and Dan McLelland all took time from their busy schedules to help us honour the work of our Military, Emergency Responders and all those who provide service to others. It was a powerful assembly.

 Volleyball season started in November and our intermediate students began rehearsals for a Pirate’s Christmas. Our grade 4s finished up their FSA testing and our primary and intermediate teachers completed their fall assessments. We use all the information we gather to help us know the strengths and work areas of our students. Many of our grade 1 students are just learning to read and it is heart warming to hear them. I love it when they come to read to me.

Our virtue for December is Generosity. Our school, classrooms and students will be spending some time discussing the meaning of generosity and the various ways we can be generous. It will be fun to see all the different ways we can show generosity.

December is a busy month. We are looking forward to presenting our Intermediate Production of a Pirate’s Christmas. It is a fun show with a really positive message. There are special days and activities and lots of learning going on too.

As always my door is open. Please feel free to drop in for a visit or send an email if you’d like to share some ideas or concerns or if you just wish to connect. It is a privilege to be able to spend time with your children.

Enjoy December:-)

Taryn Dixon, Principal


The parking lot is much smaller this year and is for Pick Up and Drop Off only. Please see detailed information under Announcements Tab- Parking Lot. We have 2 designated parking spaces for those with handicap tags. Any adult wishing to wait with their child will need to park on the side streets and walk. We will have Griffen Security helping us manage our parking lot. Parents/students are encouraged to walk or wheel to school or arrange for car pick up spots off of the school parking lot site. Thank you so much for your patience and help with this. We are under construction this year and will do our best to keep you up to date. Thank you for your cooperation.

Read our latest Newsletter, find out more about our School Programs, check the Calendar, or find relevant Parent and Student information on our website.