Wolf Creek Public Schools

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School custodians ‘unsung’ heroes during pandemic

Schools have increased the sanitization of key, high-touch areas

 

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Wolf Creek Public Schools receive $2.5 M for COVID costs

Funds will largely go towards PPE and additional cleaning, sanitizing

 

Wolf Creek Public Schools receive $2.5 M for COVID costs

Wolf Creek Public Schools receive $2.5 M for COVID costs

Funds will largely go towards PPE and additional cleaning, sanitizing

Wolf Creek Public Schools receive $2.5 M for COVID costs
Jayson Lovell stepping down as WCPS superintendent after this year
Jayson Lovell stepping down as WCPS superintendent after this year
Jayson Lovell stepping down as WCPS superintendent after this year
Jayson Lovell stepping down as WCPS superintendent after this year
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WCPS survey: 14.7 per cent still undecided about schooling options

No international field trips for division for 2020-21 school year

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A screen shot of the virtual town hall on Aug. 17.

Wolf Creek Public Schools holds virtual town hall

Superintendent answers parents’ questions about school re-entry

A screen shot of the virtual town hall on Aug. 17.
WCPS, MLA Ron Orr discuss Scenario 1 reopening

WCPS, MLA Ron Orr discuss Scenario 1 reopening

Schools will operate at near-normal levels come fall

WCPS, MLA Ron Orr discuss Scenario 1 reopening
Wolf Creek Public Schools commits $400,000 to re-entry plan

Wolf Creek Public Schools commits $400,000 to re-entry plan

School re-entry scenarios and other board briefs

Wolf Creek Public Schools commits $400,000 to re-entry plan
Big cuts coming next year to WCPS

Big cuts coming next year to WCPS

Minimal reductions to classrooms come September

Big cuts coming next year to WCPS
Wolf Creek Public Schools answers questions about home-based learning

Wolf Creek Public Schools answers questions about home-based learning

WCPS to roll out home-based learning details this week, March 30 to April 3

Wolf Creek Public Schools answers questions about home-based learning
UPDATED: Racist slurs lead to school hold and secure at Ponoka school

UPDATED: Racist slurs lead to school hold and secure at Ponoka school

Ermineskin Cree Nation Chief Makinaw responds

UPDATED: Racist slurs lead to school hold and secure at Ponoka school
Wolf Creek Schools closed Tuesday

Wolf Creek Schools closed Tuesday

Extreme winter weather closes Wolf Creek Public Schools for Tuesday

Wolf Creek Schools closed Tuesday
Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye/Black Press News Services                                First Nations children and Treaty 6 were the focus Thursday afternoon during Wolf Creek Public School’s Treaty 6 flag ceremony at the district office in Ponoka. The ceremony included dancing and the flag being raised, along with an acknowledgment of reconciliation.

Wolf Creek Schools raises Treaty 6 flag for first time

Chiefs, school officials took part in a ceremony that is aimed at acknowledging Treaty 6 land

Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye/Black Press News Services                                First Nations children and Treaty 6 were the focus Thursday afternoon during Wolf Creek Public School’s Treaty 6 flag ceremony at the district office in Ponoka. The ceremony included dancing and the flag being raised, along with an acknowledgment of reconciliation.
Alberta School Boards president wants to return transparency to organization

Alberta School Boards president wants to return transparency to organization

Lorrie Jess was elected president on Monday after an exodus of leadership

Alberta School Boards president wants to return transparency to organization
Jayson Lovell
WCPS superintendent

Over $2.6 million in cuts at Wolf Creek Public Schools

Inclusive learning supports slashed by $1.4 million in major budget course correction for WCPS

Jayson Lovell
WCPS superintendent
WCPS superintendent Jayson Lovell listens to a translation from a student at one of the new sister schools for the division during last month’s visit to China. Image: WCPS

Student and cultural exchange signed by WCPS with region in China

Liwan students slated to be in Canada first this summer, WCPS students head over next spring

WCPS superintendent Jayson Lovell listens to a translation from a student at one of the new sister schools for the division during last month’s visit to China. Image: WCPS
Jayson Lovell WCPS Superintendent

WCPS budget for learning supports no longer viable at current levels

New funding model necessary as intensive supported student numbers rise dramatically

Jayson Lovell WCPS Superintendent