What is required to register my child at Jennie Emery?

NEW Students can now register online!! Click the link below for our NEW STUDENT online registration.

https://connect.edsembli.com/AB/PALLSD/AWS/Portal/Online/StudentRegistrationhttps://connect.edsembli.com/AB/PALLSD/AWS/Portal/Online/StudentRegistrationNew student registration form

Please use the following link to complete RETURNING STUDENT registration:



*A copy of your child's birth certificate/proof of citizenship is required for registration

Please contact the school office at 403-345-2403 for any questions.

What is the in-town busing policy?

Almost all students residing in Coaldale are deemed eligible for transportation by Alberta Learning.  As of September 1, 2023 all students outside of a 1 km radius of their school qualify for free bussing.  Unfortunately there is no busing available for students within the 1 km radius. 

To check bus status or download the bus status app click HERE 

For more information on busing, you can visit the Palliser School division website HERE 

Can my child ride the bus with a friend if they are not a regular bus student?

Students may ride along with other students, however permission forms must be submitted to transportation, through Jennie Emery, at least ONE WEEK prior to requested ride along.


What if my child requires medication at school?

If your child requires medication at school, a 'Request for School Assistance to Administer Medication' must be filled out. This form can be found here or in the office. The medication must be brought to the school in it's original container. Loose pills in a baggie cannot be accepted. Medications will be kept in the school office during school hours. No medications will be administered without the appropriate form.

How will I know if school is cancelled for the day?

Palliser Regional Schools has addressed student and staff safety in an updated Inclement Weather procedure, with further changes aimed at reducing any confusion about school closures.

With input from staff and parents, the changes allow the superintendent to close schools on an individual basis, or for the entire division south of Calgary, due to weather and road conditions.

A communications plan is in place to notify school principals of any ‘snow day’ closures, and they in turn will alert staff and parents as early as possible. A notice will also be posted on specific school websites as to any closures. Affected schools will ensure minimal staffing to let in any children who inadvertently arrive, but will contact parents to pick them up or make alternate arrangements for their care.

The previous procedure allowed only for the cancellation of buses – on either a route-by-route basis, or for the entire division – due to weather conditions. Schools remained open with staff expected to report to work. Concerns were raised about staff being asked to travel roads deemed unsafe for school buses.

Procedures now address specific issues regarding the closure of colony schools as well. Palliser does not provide busing for students attending its Calgary schools, which will continue to follow the lead of the Calgary Board of Education to determine whether their buses will run and schools will be open.

The superintendent can still suspend bus service on a route-by-route basis with the school to remain open to the rest of the students. In those cases, the bus drivers will contact affected parents as they have in the past.

Bus drivers retain the discretionary power to cancel their route if they feel road conditions are unsafe.  Parents hold the final decision on whether they send their child to school, if they feel weather or road conditions pose a safety risk.

For more information including the Administrative Procedure click here.