Rose Sanchez

Rose Sanchez

Assistant Managing Editor

Thursday, 03 October 2013 08:00

Literacy promoted on C.O.W. Bus

Parents and young children hopped on the C.O.W. Bus the afternoon of Sept. 27 in Redcliff.

Wednesday, 02 October 2013 15:01

Residents reminded to get measles vaccinations

Officials with Alberta Health Services (AHS) want residents, especially those with young children, to ensure vaccinations are up to date to help protect against the spread of measles.

Southeastern Albertans will gain a better understanding of the transportation system in their corner of the province thanks to a freight transportation study currently underway.

Tuesday, 24 September 2013 10:49

Student Scoop offers students’ perspectives

Three students are taking part in a new initiative at Schuler school to help keep parents and students more informed.
The Student Scoop was launched this month — an online blog written by Grade 7 student Skyler Weisgerber and Grade 8 students Brody Herman and Aidan McLean.

Monday, 23 September 2013 08:55

Brooks a celebration site for Culture Days

As one of five feature celebration sites in the province, the City of Brooks has lined up almost a week of activities to help celebrate Alberta Culture Days.

Parents of young children will be able to find new ways of reading together after a visit on the Alberta Prairie C.O.W. (Classroom on Wheels) Bus.

The Eastern Alberta Trade Corridor (EATC), of which Palliser Economic Partnership is a member, will develop a three-year strategic plan to help guide the future work of the organization.

It’s back to the basics at Warren Peers School in Acadia Valley as educators and students continue to deal with no Internet access.

Wednesday, 18 September 2013 15:49

Task force to take deeper look at Alberta teachers

The Alberta government has created a task force for teaching excellence to gather public input and look into all aspects of the province’s education system, but especially what can be done to ensure the best teachers are standing in front of students.

Two familiar faces and a new one make up the leadership team at Grasslands Public Schools this school year.
David Steele has moved into the superintendent’s role while Scott Brandt assumes the deputy superintendent responsibilities. Kathleen Jensen, who was principal of Griffin Park School in Brooks, is the new assistant superintendent.

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