Welcome to the Learning Commons!

Welcome to the Learning Commons at Langdon School! It is a place where students can access the resources they need to support their learning. Books, digital resources, computers, i-pads, VR technology, and more are all available to students and staff. If you have questions or need help finding a resource please contact Mrs. Schoell, the Learning Commons Facilitator. Mrs. Schoell is available by phone at 403-936-4579 ext. 8304 or by email.


Balzac Billy didn’t see his shadow so is it an early spring?  If you prefer to check weather science over a ground hog, discover more about the weather by checking the Koha page for books, or, visit the PowerKnowledge Earth and Space Science database of LearnAlberta’s Online Reference Centre. The LC page has login information and then click on the LearnAlberta button.

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! On March 2nd celebrate Theodor Seuss Geisel’s birthday by reading one of the many books written by Dr. Seuss or, Theo LeSieg.  Visit Seussville for fun activities and information about this amazing author.

Spring into Learning! Visit 2Learn.ca’s Enjoy Pages featuring a variety of teacher vetted web links for grades K-12.  This month the site is featuring: St. Patrick’s Day, PI Day(March 14), as well as Spring, Easter, and many more. This site is a must visit for homework help.

eBooks = Excellent books! Try reading an eBook today available “free” via the following online resources on this page.

  • FollettShelf (all ages) accessed via Koha, Destiny Discover app, or www.gofollett.com.  Click on the above Destiny Discover eBooks button. Students use their RVS login and password.
  • LearnAlberta”s Online Reference Centre’s BookFlix (gr. K-3) or TrueFlix(gr. 4+). Click on the above LearnAlberta.ca button. Login(LA53) and password(4487) are required for off school site use.
  • TumbleBooks (gr. K-4). Chestermere Public Library offers this. Click on the above e-Reader button. Login and password not required.  Scroll down the left menu 

Please check your home for any Langdon School books or textbooks.  Some students have had overdue books for quite some time!  Thank you to all who return their books on time!

Thank you!  Thank you to the LC Club (grades 4-9) and Ms. Nicholls who continue to volunteer shelving returned books and helping out with daily activities.  You’re amazing and your efforts are appreciated!

A huge thank you to the Deeter-Shorhen family for the donation of story books to be used in the Learning Commons and classroom libraries!

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