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WCPS board meeting – May 16, 2019

The board reviewed the results of a transportation study.

4 Seasons of Reconciliation

The Board examined modules nine and 10 of the 4 Seasons of Reconciliation with Shelagh Hagemann, WCPS First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Student Success Coordinator.

Transportation Study

The Board reviewed the results of a transportation study.

Rimbey Jr/Sr High SCUBA Field Trip 2020

The Board approved the Rimbey Jr/Sr High SCUBA Field Trip for 2020.

ASBA Honoring Spirit Indigenous Student Awards

The Board will be hosting the WCPS students receiving honorable mentions from the ASBA Honoring Spirit Indigenous Student Awards for lunch and a certificate presentation at the Board’s June 6, 2019 regular meeting.

-Submitted by Wolf Creek Public Schools

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