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Wolf Creek Public Schools Board Meeting – April 4, 2019

Board approved Lacombe Composite High School and Bentley School international field trip request

4 Seasons of Reconciliation Modules 6 & 7

The Board reviewed Module 6 & 7 of the 4 Seasons of Reconciliation, concerning relationships and examining prevailing prejudice that remain in society.

WCPS Friends of Education Award

The Board gave its support to honour Parents and Students of the WCPS Wisdom and Guidance Committee as the recipients of the WCPS Friends of Education Award. The nomination was made by the Brick Learning Centre.

Education Week campaign

The Board is committed to honouring Education Week through acknowledgements focused on the contributions of WCPS staff to the quality and excellence of education throughout the Division. Education Week is April 29 to May 3.

Student Voice Program at PSBAA Spring Assembly

The Board confirmed its support of the Student Voice Program at PSBAA’s Spring Assembly, May 31 and June 1 in Red Deer. WCPS supertintendent will communicate the opportunity to Division high school students.

Provincial Youth and Mental Health Summit

The Board approved student support for the Provincial Youth and Mental Health Summit, June 3 and 4 in Red Deer. Two WCPS students will have the opportunity to attend, one supported by the Alberta School Boards Association (ASBA), one by WCPS. The main purpose of the summit is to address the stigma of mental health.

Ward review

The Board agreed to proceed with a ward review this fall, facilitated by PSBAA consultant David Steele.

Special Board Meeting Date – April 9, 2019

LCHS/ Bentley School Robotics Trip to World Championships

The Board approved the École Lacombe Composite High School and Bentley School international field trip request for their robotics team to attend the World Championships, April 15 to 21, 2019 in Houston, Texas.

-Submitted by Wolf Creek Public Schools

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