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Banff playschool receives donation to cover 2022-23 school year rent

Banff playschool receives donation to cover 2022-23 school year rent

A donation of more than $10,000 will help cover the rent for 2022-23 of a Banff playschool.
PHOTOS: New class graduates from Settlement Services in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: New class graduates from Settlement Services in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: New class graduates from Settlement Services in the Bow Valley
CRPS looking to expand course offerings at local high schools

CRPS looking to expand course offerings at local high schools

“The idea is to try and build a more cross-curricular approach. You are bringing these different fields together to have a practical approach. When you start in some of your core courses like chemistry, biology or physics, that is when you tie in some of the environmental stewardship, which is your STEM component.”
Pilot program to assist with summer childcare

Pilot program to assist with summer childcare

“We really looked at what the community needs were based on the funding we did have. There’s a lot more we can do based on the funding that we do have for this program, but at this point it’s how we arrived at the decision based on the community research and that we understand what the community needs.”
Buddy bench encourages discussion on students' mental health

Buddy bench encourages discussion on students' mental health

"I feel like the buddy bench supports mental health and encourages students to interact with others and not be shy and self-conscious about themselves."
PHOTOS: Multiculturalism celebrated at Elizabeth Rummel School

PHOTOS: Multiculturalism celebrated at Elizabeth Rummel School

PHOTOS: Multiculturalism celebrated at Elizabeth Rummel School
PHOTOS: Buddy bench unveiled at Banff Elementary School

PHOTOS: Buddy bench unveiled at Banff Elementary School

PHOTOS: Buddy bench unveiled at Banff Elementary School
OLS students, teacher earn major recognition

OLS students, teacher earn major recognition

“It helps me go forward. You always wonder if you are making a difference. It is fulfilling to know you make a difference with a few students.”
Canmore local selected for Indigenous award

Canmore local selected for Indigenous award

Naashkii Soler was selected by St. Michaels University School for its first Indigenous Peoples Within Canada Award.
School board approves deficit 2022-23 budget

School board approves deficit 2022-23 budget

“The prediction part of it was the difficult part because of the unknown of what the impact of COVID is. I don’t think we are out of the COVID element, and that impact will be on our international student program. We are unsure if borders will close again.”