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Wolf Creek Public Schools board meeting – June 6, 2019

WCPS presents ‘What we did for students today’

WCPS Friends of Education Award Presentation

The Board presented Wisdom and Guidance Committee members Leanne Louis and Lori Buffalo the WCPS Friends of Education Award for 2019, who accepted on behalf of parents and students of the committee.

ASBA Indigenous Awards

The Board presented students Ryland Mendoza, Grade 8; and Tristan Young, Grade 12 with Alberta School Boards’ Association (ASBA) Honoring Spirit Indigenous Student Awards.

Transportation Study Recommendations

The Board reviewed recommendations from a preliminary report of a recent transportation study.

Budget 2019-2020

The Board approved the preliminary budget for the 2019-2020 school year, which will be revisited when the Alberta provincial budget is released in the fall.

Locally Developed Courses The Board approved the authorization to re-acquire six (6) locally developed courses, approve the authorization to begin using three (3) new courses and two (2) re-developed courses for the 2019-2020 school year.

-Submitted by Wolf Creek Public Schools

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