Schools and youth

Schools and youth

Information and news on local schools and education programs.

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The Morinville Orijen Sabretooths Midget Girls were three for three in the opening week of spring league, after a 65-27 road win Tuesday night, the girls took to the road for back-to-back games at the Saville Centre in Edmonton Saturday.

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A $10 million allocation in the provincial budget will make funds available to take Alberta’s school nutrition program to every school board in the 2017/18 school year.

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The month of April kicks off with two children's shows at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre. But the back-to-back shows are not the only double-header about the performances. The Town of Morinville is offering families a two-for-one deal on the tickets.

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Georges H. Primeau middle school kicked off spring break Thursday afternoon with the school’s annual talent show, an impressive display of a variety of talent, including singing, dancing, martial arts, art, and theatre skills.

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My class had an interesting day today! Here is the story: Back on February 16th, our grade one class celebrated the 100th day of school. To honour the day they decided they wanted to do a project. As a class, t

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Georges H. Primeau held their Annual Open House Thursday night, an opportunity for incoming Grade 5 students and their families to get a look at the school, the staff, and the programs offered throughout the year.

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Above: Liam Winfield rocks it out with Fake Out/How You Remind Me Stephen Dafoe Photos MCHS held their annual Coffee House entertainment evening Wednesday night at...

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Ecole Notre Dame Elementary School Parent Fundraising Association (PFA) Chair Michelle Logan, her son Nick, member-at-large Kathy Santrock and children Hannah, Paige and Ryland were at the Rotary Club of Morinville Wednesday morning to make a presentation on the school's swingset project.

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Morinville Community High School is among 100 environmentally conscious Canadian schools one step closer to winning $25,000 in technology.

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Minister David Eggen visited with Bachelor of Education students at the University of Alberta, committing to improve and protect education in the 2017 Budget. Eggen has been visiting Alberta's post-secondary institutions, engaging with future teachers about their prospective careers, as well as the ongoing review of curriculum and the impact of stable, predictable funding will have in Alberta’s classrooms.