Information and news on local schools and education programs.
The Town of Morinville announced Thursday its Children’s Play Space presented by Atlas Premium Home Development will reopen Tuesday, Oct. 13 but will be restricted to cohort-only use for up to eight people. […]
Blizzard lovers will have seven days next week to enjoy their ice cream treat while helping Morinville Dairy Queen raise some much-needed funds for Stollery Children’s Hospital to support children and families in need. […]
Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools announced Tuesday the appointment of Joseph Dumont as Assistant Superintendent of Human Resource Services. Dumont holds a Masters of Education from the University of Alberta, specializing in Educational Psychology, School Counselling, and a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Alberta. […]
The Government of Alberta is getting a $72 million boost from the federal government as part of its Safe Restart agreement. The monies will be used to support licensed child care programs through the economic relaunch. […]
The Government of Alberta is callings its re-entry plan for the upcoming school year comprehensive and one it says allows schools and parents to prepare for learning while putting student and staff safety first. […]
The UCP says Bill Bill 15, the Choice in Education Act, would amend the Education Act to affirm a parents’ right to choose the kind of education they feel is best for their children, and strengthen Alberta’s history of education choice. That choice includes public and separate schools, Francophone schools, charter schools, independent schools, home education and early childhood education. […]
Administrative staff, teachers, and support staff from Morinville Community High School joined together to create a video to the song Brave by Sara Bareilles, sharing it with students and their families Tuesday. […]
The Government of Alberta is sending out tender packages for five schools in the province, including a K-9 Francophone School in Legal. The government says it expects construction on the five projects to start in September 2020, with the schools ready to open two years later.
A week after Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools announced that its Superintendent David Keohane would be retiring at the end of the school year, Alberta College of School Superintendents has announced he will be their executive director, effective the same time.