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Encouraging children to reach their full potential
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Non-Instructional Day - Friday, October 20th
A reminder that this Friday, October 20th there is no school for students.
Photo Retakes - Monday, October 23rd
Photographers are returning to the school on Monday, October 23rd for retakes and to take pictures of any new students or students that were away last picture day.
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Welcome to Bothwell
Bothwell Elementary School opened on November 16, 1998. The school was named after the Bothwell family who pioneered this area. William and Mary Ann Bothwell settled on the corner of 96th Avenue and 168 Street in 1885. The area was first known as the Bothwell settlement. When it appeared that the name Bothwell was already used for a Post Office in Ontario, the name of the settlement changed to Tynehead. Tynehead is the name of the head waters of the Serpentine River. The name of the area was changed to reflect the geography instead of the pioneering family. The Bothwells were a generous family, donating land for a church and a school that was called Tynehead.
School Calendar for 2017-2018 (Revised)
Posted: Sep 18 2017
School Fees for 2017-2018
Posted: May 31 2017
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October 10, 2017 Newsletter
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Bothwell Elementary School strives to create an environment which will encourage children to reach their full potential: intellectually, socially, physically, esthetically and emotionally. We strive to build self-esteem, encourage cooperation, develop critical thinkers and teach life skills while recognizing the uniqueness of each individual.