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  • Traffic Flow

    Traffic Flow

    It is important for everyone to know and adhere to our traffic plan. Please read this information and follow the procedures to maintain the highest level of safety for our students. Our biggest safety concern is traffic and parking!! All parents, students, caregivers, and staff, must follow the basic parking/drop-off zones indicated by signs around the school and adhere to city Bylaws to ensure all of our children’s safety.

    Click on the link below to see a step by step guide on our traffic flow.



    General Information:

    Do not block the flow of traffic in and out of school property.  Consider that buses need to enter the property, and potentially emergency vehicles.

    Staff pay for their own parking stalls at the school.  Please do not park in Staff Parking (indicated in Red on the map below) even if a stall is open.  A staff member could have left for a moment and would like to return to their stall.

    Exiting the School:

    If making a left turn to head southbound on Windermere Road, stay to the left, and if making a right turn to head northbound on Windermere Road, stay to the right.

    We encourage everyone exiting the school to turn right onto Windermere Road. Turning left creates a significant amount of traffic in the school parking lot when busy.


    Families living in the community are strongly encouraged to walk, bike or carpool to school.

    Parents of students in Grades 4, 5, and 6 are strongly encouraged to drop their children off on Windermere Road and avoid entering the school parking lot and drive-through.

    Make a plan with your child for drop-off and pick-up. If you’re picking them up in the Hug & Go lane, and you can’t find a spot, they need to know that you’ll loop around or meet them on the sidewalk.


    Please refer to the "traffic map" below.

    Traffic Map


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  • School Philosophy

    School Philosophy

    Constable Daniel Woodall believed in the power of hard work, reaching for one’s dreams and being an active citizen within his community.  His willingness to take on any challenge and contribute in any and every way that he could in whatever he was doing brought honour to his work as a police officer and to his family. We are very proud to be the opening staff team of Constable Daniel Woodall School and are committed to creating a school community that will embody these same values and characteristics.

    We are a very enthusiastic, positive and supportive staff who will be working collaboratively to create a Learning Community.  We will support ALL of our students in a healthy, safe and caring environment that Constable Daniel Woodall would be proud of.  Our school culture will be infused with the teachings of the “Leader in Me” program.  We will also be an EverActive school.  Our focus on leadership, health and well being will instill the lifelong practices our students will depend upon today and tomorrow to be successful global citizens.  In this positive learning environment where a culture of leadership & kindness’ will become our foundation, everyone will have the confidence to challenge themselves to be the best that they can be.  

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  • School Profile

    School Profile

    Constable Daniel Woodall was a member of the Edmonton Police Service for eight years and worked in the hate crimes unit when he was killed in the line of duty June 8, 2015. Born in the United Kingdom, Woodall always wanted to be a police officer. He served with the Greater Manchester Police for four years before moving with his family to Edmonton in 2006, where he joined the Edmonton Police Service.

    Woodall wa a mentor in the community known for being open and approachable with a playful personality. He was a dedicated student at a martial arts school in west Edmonton, where he took kung fu classes three times per week and mentored students interested in a policing career. Woodall was passionate about police work and believed in the value of diversity and defending the community from abuse, hate and extremism. 

    The city has named a park in Woodall's honour in South Terwillegar, at 7304 South Terwillegar Drive NW.

    Thousands of people came from across and outside of the country to attend Woodall's regimental funeral.

    The school in Windermere was selected to honour his work with the Southwest Division of the Edmonton Police Service. 

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School Re-Entry

We’re preparing to welcome students and staff back into schools this September. Learn more about our school re-entry plans.



Principal's Message

As a community opening our new school, we have exciting, innovative and collaborative work ahead of us. Together we can create a school community that honours our staff, families and other partners while focusing on the learning and well being of all of our students.  The foundation of our school culture will be based on the relationships we build to support our students as they become strong leaders and learners. Together we will set high standards for academic success and well being that honours our cultural diversity and individual uniqueness while preparing our students for the challenges of growing up in the 21st century.  

As the principal of Constable Daniel Woodall School, I am very honoured to be serving all of you. I am committed to ensuring your children have a safe and welcoming school environment. I believe each student can achieve to their potential, and become confident, contributing global citizens.  I look forward to meeting and working with all of you in the coming months as we work together to make Constable Daniel Woodall School a great place for all of our students and their families.

Leona Gordey




New Student Registration

Because schools remain closed to students and visitors due to COVID-19, new student registrations will now be submitted online. If your child is new to the Division, you must complete our school’s online registration form, fill out and upload the Student Registration Form and submit supporting documents before your child(ren) can be registered for the upcoming school year. 

Our school will no longer accept printed registrations. Do not drop off student registration forms at the school.

if your child is currently at an Edmonton Public School, please participate in pre enrolment by going to your parent account in School Zone and clicking on the "Next Year" tab.



If your child is new to Edmonton Public Schools: 

  • Complete a Student Registration Form and submit through our schools online form.
  • Provide legal proof of the student's name, citizenship and birthdate (see below)
  • Provide 3 pieces of confirmation of address for the student's parent/guardian (see below)

Examples of accepted documentation:

   Legal Proof of a Student's Name

  • Canadian Provincial Birth Certificate
  • Canadian Citizenship Document
  • Canadian Passport
  • Student Visa
  • Canadian Visitor Record

In some cases, immigration documents (e.g. landed immigrant documentation or a Permanent Residence Card) may also be required. Visit Citizenship and Immigration Canada for more information.

   Confirmation of Address (please provide 3 of the following)

  • Valid Driver's License (must be current living address)
  • Utility Bill
  • Lease Agreement
  • Property Tax Bill
  • Phone Bill

 **Please Note: Valid Driver's License must be 1 of the 3 pieces of documentation you submit


Kindergarten Registration 

Kindergarten registration starts February 3rd, 2020. Please complete the above "new student" process.
Children who are five years old on or before December 31, 2020 may register in Kindergarten for the 2020-21 school year. The Alberta government changed the entry age for students registering in Kindergarten, beginning in the 2020-21 school year.

Kindergarten Open House

Due to Covid-19, Constable Daniel Woodall will not be hosting our "Welcome to Kinder" night in May.  We will send out an email to all registered kinder parents updating you with information once we have our process in place.

Closed Boundaries

Some District schools are experiencing such high demand for space that they have closed boundaries.  Constable Daniel Woodall is considered a closed boundary school for the upcoming school year.  Only students living within the designated attendance area for the school will be accommodated.  Find out what school you are designated for:  https://epsb.ca/schools/findaschool/fast/