Chinook's Edge School Division

Sylvan Lake school welcomes inclusive theatre audience

H. J. Cody School hosts relaxed theatre production March 14


Site chosen for a school in Gasoline Alley

Chinook’s Edge School Division updates its capital plan


Chinook’s Edge students to be charged bus fees

Other school jurisdictions await provincial budget


Chinook’s Edge wants more details from the province about testing school water for lead content

How should it be done, and who pays to fix a problem, district officials wonder

Rural school division sees small enrolment increase

Rural enrolment stable at Wolf Creek Public Schools

Olds student chosen for Beaverbrook Vimy war history program

Noah Korver is among 14 young Canadians heading to Europe this summer

Funding for possible increase in teacher salaries an unknown

Central Alberta school boards await funding decision

School jurisdictions grapple with funding uncertainty

School administrators are playing a guessing game as they budget for this…

Anne Frank exhibit at Innisfail school teaches students that history can repeat

Public tours of the Amsterdam museum display will be held May 24

Cold weather impacts students in central Alberta

Bus cancellations and school closures

Snow days still mean studying in Central Alberta

Several rural school buses were cancelled on Monday due to snow-packed roads

Sylvan Lake leadership students learn to give back

Sylvan Lake’s Victim Services will benefit from student volunteerism

Olds student uses his ‘NBA flick’ to win free-throw basketball championship

Spencer Clifford starts his school day by sinking a few baskets

Population growth causes crowding in Penhold, Olds and Sylvan Lake schools

Portables are on order, as well as new building requests

Chinook’s Edge celebrates its staff

64 recognized for 10 years service

Enrolment at small rural schools remain steady

Some families still leaving for jobs