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Wolf Creek Public Schools board meeting – June 20, 2019

‘What we did for students today’

Chinese exchange students present to the board

Students from Guangzhou, China, completing an exchange program with WCPS from February to June, presented on their experiences to the Board. The group of 15 students in grades 6, 7, and 8 attended attend École Lacombe Junior High School (ELJH) and Terrace Ridge School in Lacombe, as well as Iron Ridge Junior Campus in Blackfalds. They also took part in various trips around Alberta to gain a full educational experience of life and learning in Alberta.

Board holds its organizational meeting

The Board held its organizational meeting to name its committee members and select its Chair and Vice Chair for the coming year. Pam Hansen will remain as Board Chair, while Luci Henry remains as Vice Chair.

Mission, vision, and values

The Board reviewed a draft of new Mission, Vision and Values statements. The statements will be shared with members of the steering committee for feedback, before being finalized by the Board.

Rimbey Junior Senior High School grand re-opening

The Board received information regarding plans for the Grand Re-Opening of Rimbey Junior Senior High School on Sept. 5, following renovations to the school.

International trip approved

The Board approved the Wolf Creek International Learning Program’s trip to China for students next Spring. The trip is similar to the trip for students this past March, that saw 24 grades 9 to 12 students from seven WCPS schools travel to Guangzhou, China.

For more information, please contact:

Jayson Lovell, Superintendent of Schools, Ph: 403-783-3473 / Fax: 403-783-3483 / Email: jayson.lovell@wolfcreek.ab.ca

-Submitted by Wolf Creek Public Schools

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