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  • Registration


    For the 2023 - 2024 school year, Scott Robertson School is full in planned classes from Kindergarten to Grade 6 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 Grades 1 to 6 who 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 you are registering for Kindergarten or if you are new to Edmonton Public Schools, you must register online.


    If your child is new to Edmonton Public Schools, you can register for school online starting February 1, 2023.

    If you are interested in our Pre-Kindergarten Program, please fill out this Pre-Kindergarten Intake Form.




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  • Specialized Programs

    Specialized Programs

    Special Education Programs


     Individual Support Program 

    Scott Robertson School offers an Individual Support Program for students in Grade 1 - 6 who have been diagnosed with severe physical, medical or multiple disabilities.

    Students register for the program at their community school.

    ISP Programming has yellow bus service available, there are no fees for this service.



    Scott Robertson School offers an Interactions for students in Kindergarten - 6 who have been diagnosed with Autism (ASD).

    Students register for the program at their community school.

    Interactions Programming has yellow bus service available, there are no fees for this service.


    Pre-Kindergarten Program

    For the 2023-2024 school year, please fill out Pre-Kindergarten Intake Form.

    Pre-Kindergarten builds children's socialization, cognitive and speech language skills in a playful, language-rich environment. 

    Pre-Kindergarten is for children aged three to four and may be available to children for one or two years, depending on the child's needs and age.

    To attend Pre-Kindergarten children need to have a severe development delay and be at least 3 years old by December 31 of the year they are attending.

    To qualify for Pre-Kindergarten, your child will need to have an assessment from a healthcare provider or a doctor, indicating that your child has a severe developmental delay. 

    If you feel that your child may qualify for this program, but doesn't have a diagnosis, please call our office.

    Program Delivery (subject to change)

    • Half-day classes - five days per week (8:45-11:15 AM or 12:30 - 3:00 PM)
    • 10-11 children per class
    • Playful and engaging learning environment

    Each class has a team of professionals including a Speech Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist and Music Therapist who work with a teacher and classroom staff to help children get an excellent start to learning. 

    Specialized Therapy & Education Play Program (STEPP)

    In conjunction with the PUF program, Family Support for Children with Disabilities (FSCD) funds a Specialized Services Program at Scott Robertson School . The STEP Program provides intensive intervention for families of children with severe needs that significantly limit their ability to participate in normal daily living activities.  FSCD determines eligibility based on a number of criteria which include; the child has critical service needs in two or more areas including behavior, communication and social skills, physical abilities, cognitive abilities or self-help and adaptive functioning, and that the family needs support to acquire specific skills and learn strategies to help promote the  growth of their child’s development and participation.

    The STEP Program and PKP teams work together to ensure that strategies and goals for each child are consistent across environments (classroom,  the child’s home and community settings). The STEPP specialists collaborate with the PUF specialists assigned to each child’s classroom to ensure all strategies are consistent in each environment. STEPP staff attends meetings with PKP/Community school teams to collaborate and provide any new information about the children’s programming needs.

    The focus of the STEPP program is parent education.  Parent education occurs through regular individualized home visits with a Behavior Interventionist, Consultants, Program Coordinator, parent in-services and group community outings.  Parents should plan on participating in programming once or more per week.

     The STEPP Team consists of: 

    • SLP
    • OT
    • Behavior Consultant
    • Program Coordinator

    Contact: Patricia Ashton - Program Coordinator- 780-475-3565


     Rosecrest School Site

    The Rosecrest program provides individualized programming to children who have severe to profound physical and medical developmental disabilities. Assistive technology is utilized to develop functional and communication skills to enhance students' quality of life. All children live at Rosecrest home and are followed extensively by doctors and are provided daily nursing care. Children are eligible to live at Rosecrest Homes from birth until 18 years of age and the education program services children from age 6 to 18 years of age or until the child no longer resides at Rosecrest.

    Students must have a contract with, and reside within, Rosecrest Homes in order to be eligible for school programming. 


    Address: 10205 - 134  Avenue. T5E 1J2

    Phone: 780-476 5858


    Principal:  Julie Zelinski

    email: srobertson@epsb.ca

    Superintendent of Schools: Darrel Robertson

    Trustee:  Trisha Estabrooks- Ward A


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  • School Philosophy

    School Philosophy

    At Scott Robertson School we ensure high levels of learning for all our students in a safe and supportive environment. Staff are committed to student learning, professional collaboration and student results. 

    We envision a school that is responsive to the needs of our school community and challenge each child to develop core competencies and skills to become lifelong learners and leaders. 

    We strive to enhance, motivate and inspire "Every Child, Every Day"

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Principal's Message

On behalf of all the staff, I welcome you to Scott Robertson School where we support the following programs

     Regular Elementary from Kindergarten to Grade 6

     Individual Support Program (ISP)



     Specialized Therapy Educational Play Program (STEPP)


Staff at Scott Robertson school are a dedicated group of professionals who work in collaboration to provide high quality learning experiences that meet the diverse learning needs of all of our students. Students are provided opportunities to think critically, create meaning and become engaged citizens as they apply the knowledge they learn. Our school takes pride in creating a safe and nurturing learning environment where the academic, physical, social and emotional needs of all our students are met.

Scott Robertson is a community school that places great value on creating positive relationships with our parent community. Parents are encouraged to take an active role in the academic and personal lives of their children. To support this we provide parents with up to date and relevant information regarding their child’s learning through SchoolZone. Please remember to check your SchoolZone account on a regular basis. We welcome your input and look forward to working with you to ensure all students are successful.

I am truly honoured to lead this community of educators and work alongside your child on their learning journey. If you have any questions please contact the main office.

Julie Zelinski