Inclusive education isn’t something that applies only in the classroom. At Magrath High School the push to meet the needs of all students has also moved into the gymnasium.
When a person’s eyes are irritated, almost like they are full of sandpaper or sensitive to light, it can be easy to chalk it up to a simple condition that will pass or improve. That may not always be the case.
The Blackspring Ridge wind project now has a five-year community project fund thanks to the partners in the project.
A new executive director with the South East Alberta Watershed Alliance (SEAWA) is looking forward to the watershed work that will take place in the next few years and continuing to build upon relationships with industry and community officials.
Like many schools across Canada, the staff and students at Magrath Elementary were encouraged to show their support for Pink Shirt Day Feb. 25.
A high-school student from Walsh was the only Canadian student to compete in the high-school youth forum which took place as part of the Society for Range Management’s (SRM) annual technical training and trade show event and ended up placing second.