Rose Sanchez

Rose Sanchez

Assistant Managing Editor

Friday, 13 December 2013 08:56

Principal promoted to PRSD central office

The current principal of Eagle Butte High School in Dunmore will be leaving his position Feb. 1, but he won’t have to go far. Kal Koch will head over to the Prairie Rose School Division division office, also based in Dunmore, to work as the new assistant superintendent of programs and services.

Southeast Alberta is a like a playground when it comes to the type of activities that can be enjoyed here, but often people just don’t realize it.

Wednesday, 11 December 2013 15:51

PRSD holds annual bus safety poster contest

Students who earned first, second and third in a bus safety poster contest were honoured by the Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD) officials the morning of Dec. 10.

Prairie Rose School Division board of trustees learned more about the plan for education in the division for the next three years. At the Nov. 26 special meeting, trustees approved the combined 2013-16 Three-Year Education Plan and 2012-13 Annual Education Results report.

Once again this year, Foremost residents are being encouraged to shop local by the Foremost and District Chamber of Commerce through the Passport to Christmas contest.

Grasslands Regional Division No. 6 recorded a large surplus for 2012-13, but a larger deficit than anticipated in the revised budget for 2013-14. At a special Nov. 25 board meeting, trustees approved the audited financial statements for 2012-13. They show revenues of $45.6 ($45,623,538) million and expenditures of $44.6 ($44,674,221) million leaving a surplus of $949,317.

Prairie Rose School Division officials are looking to gain broader feedback when it comes to creating the school calendar.

Thursday, 28 November 2013 09:04

Revised PRSD budget shows larger deficit

A revised budget for Prairie Rose shows the school division going deeper into the red in the 2013-14 school year.

Three times a charm? Maybe if you are the Prairie Rose School Division. For the third year in a row the PRSD’s financial books have turned from red to black.

Students at Parkside School in Redcliff are gaining a better understanding of what it takes to run a successful business.

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