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Stoney Nakoda parents and students still no closer to long-term solution for Exshaw School funding

Stoney Nakoda parents and students still no closer to long-term solution for Exshaw School funding

Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) held a community town hall meeting in Morley on Monday (Jan. 20), but one Stoney Nakoda community member said the federal government agency spent most of the meeting giving residents “non-answers”
CRPS considering paid parking in school lots during summer months

CRPS considering paid parking in school lots during summer months

During its regular board meeting in November, the Canadian Rockies Public School division said it’s considering paid parking options at its school parking lots in Canmore and Banff for the summer months
Federal government agrees to fund Exshaw School into 2021, CRPS says it’s not enough

Federal government agrees to fund Exshaw School into 2021, CRPS says it’s not enough

The Canadian Rockies Public School division says the federal government has agreed to fund Stoney Nakoda students attending the Exshaw School at the current rate for the 2020-21 school year
Outdoor Learning Centre volunteers thanked for helping with career programs

Outdoor Learning Centre volunteers thanked for helping with career programs

“We wanted to give a big thank you – these volunteers have been coming in week after week for years, it’s not just a one off thing."
École Notre-Dame des Monts students win national awards, scholarships

École Notre-Dame des Monts students win national awards, scholarships

Two former École Notre-Dame des Monts students from Canmore – Lorien Monteith and Jordan Olsthoorn – were awarded $1,000 national scholarships in October
Canadian astronaut talks about travelling to space with Bow Valley students

Canadian astronaut talks about travelling to space with Bow Valley students

Jenni Sidey-Gibbons, a Canadian Space Agency (CSA) astronaut, spoke with students at the Exshaw School last week about the ins and outs of travelling to space and introduced a new Junior Astronaut program
Canadian Rockies Public School property insurance set to rise 217 per cent

Canadian Rockies Public School property insurance set to rise 217 per cent

The Canadian Rockies Public School division was recently informed its property insurance premium is to rise 217 per cent, resulting in a $166,000 increase to its budget
Student made interpretive signs added to Exshaw’s south trail

Student made interpretive signs added to Exshaw’s south trail

“The 2013 Floods” and “Moss in the Rocky Mountains” are among some of the newly named interpretive signs adorning the popular trail that students from Exshaw School created and then presented during its grand opening on Tuesday (Oct. 22)
Alpenglow School granted $125,000 for outdoor learning

Alpenglow School granted $125,000 for outdoor learning

Alpenglow School in Canmore has been awarded a $125,000 Community Facility Enhancement Program (CFEP) grant to help it develop an outdoor learning centre
Canmore Collegiate High School provides learning with a side of hash browns

Canmore Collegiate High School provides learning with a side of hash browns

“Instead of getting that mad rush of people getting to class, they’re coming in, slowing down a little bit, having a bite to eat, mingling with different groups than they normally would so that’s kind of nice to see… You plan for one thing and then you get all these beautiful ripple effects that impact school culture.”