Morinville Online’s Theron Hogg spoke to Kim DeChamplain about École Morinville Public School’s Dragon Snack Program, which sees the school partnering with some local businesses to provide nutritious snacks to the school’s students. […]
Four Winds Dance Academy is inviting parents and the public to their Winter Showcase at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre Mar. 3. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for the free event with the showcase starting at 6 p.m. […]
Morinville Public School and Camilla School are teaming up for the first time to present Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. The ambitious production will run for three consecutive nights at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre from Apr. 30 to May 2. […]
Working with young people is one of the mandates of the Rotary Club of Morinville and its sister branches throughout the world. Over the past few years, the local service club has been involved in a partnership with area schools, educators and Family and Community Support Services departments to offer a mentoring program for students.
Big Bad is a courtroom piece in which the Big Bad Wolf is on trial for several fairy tale offences. The twist was that the audience, playing the role of the jury, determined which of three possible endings got performed on the two nights. […]
Comedic plays have become a staple at Morinville Public School. The school first hit the stage in 2015 with 10 Ways to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse, returned in 2016 with Dystopia! The Hungry Maze Game of Divergent Death, and once again offered a comedy last year with The Internet is Distract–OH LOOK A KITTEN! […]
Seven Morinville educators lined up alongside Chris and Tracey’s No Frills owners Chris and Tracey Mansbridge to receive a cheque for $7,561 Thursday morning. The monies will support Morinville Community High School, Georges H. Primeau, Ecole Notre Dame, and Morinville Public School’s lunch programs. […]
The sign at the entrance to Morinville Public School was surrounded with love and loving messages Wednesday morning, part of an opportunity for students to celebrate International Peace Day and learn about the importance of Truth and Reconciliation.
The Town of Morinville announced Thursday morning that effective with the first day of school, 100 Street between 101 Avenue and 105 Avenue would be designated a school zone. The Town says before the start of school, necessary signage will be posted to allow for motorists to observe this change. […]