Wolf Creek Public Schools

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Central Alberta school board selects board chair

Wolf Creek Public Schools board of trustees hold organization meeting

 

A rendering of the new high school to be built in Blackfalds. (Contributed)

Construction of P3 high school to get underway in Blackfalds

Groundbreaking for new Wolf Creek Public Schools facility

 

<ins>Ponoka Secondary Campus social studies teacher and wartime remembrance advocate</ins> Ron Labrie. (File photo)

Ponoka’s Broncs World Tour to go ahead this year

Broncs World Tour gets tentative WCPS board approval

  • May 17, 2022

 

A concept illustration of the new Blackfalds high school. (Contributed image).

Contract awarded for construction of new Blackfalds high school

A contract has been awarded for the construction of a new Blackfalds…

A concept illustration of the new Blackfalds high school. (Contributed image).
Red Deer Public Schools, Calgary Public Schools, Edmonton Public Schools, and Rocky View have all implemented mask mandates. (Contributed photo)

Wolf Creek Public Schools not mandating masks for staff and students

Some parents of WCPS students are airing their concerns about the school board’s decision.

Red Deer Public Schools, Calgary Public Schools, Edmonton Public Schools, and Rocky View have all implemented mask mandates. (Contributed photo)
Wolf Creek Public Schools is ready to welcome students back to classrooms for the 202-22 school year. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

Wolf Creek School Division’s plan focuses on student health, wellbeing

Wolf Creek School Division will continue to put an emphasis on health during this school year

Wolf Creek Public Schools is ready to welcome students back to classrooms for the 202-22 school year. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)
A review will look at school boundaries and grade configuration of Blackfalds and Lacombe schools with Wolf Creek Public Schools. (Image contributed)

Boundary and grade configuration review for new Blackfalds school

Wolf Creek Public Schools partnering with consultants

A review will look at school boundaries and grade configuration of Blackfalds and Lacombe schools with Wolf Creek Public Schools. (Image contributed)
Wolf Creek Public Schools (File Image)

Ponoka high school temporarily moves to online classes

Ponoka Secondary Campus has nine active cases

Wolf Creek Public Schools (File Image)
(THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward)

School custodians ‘unsung’ heroes during pandemic

Schools have increased the sanitization of key, high-touch areas

(THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward)
Wolf Creek Public Schools superintendent stepping down in 2021

Wolf Creek Public Schools superintendent stepping down in 2021

Jayson Lovell has spent entire 27-year career with Wolf Creek Public Schools

  • Sep 16, 2020
Wolf Creek Public Schools superintendent stepping down in 2021
Jayson Lovell, Wolf Creek Public Schools superintendent, expressed excitement, during a previous announcement about Blackfalds’ future high school. (Advocate file photo).

Blackfalds needs a new high school, regardess of whether it’s a P3 build, suggests official

Whether it’s done as a public-private partnership rests with the government

Jayson Lovell, Wolf Creek Public Schools superintendent, expressed excitement, during a previous announcement about Blackfalds’ future high school. (Advocate file photo).
Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School students celebrated the end of their high school careers a few years back. This spring, such formalities are in doubt because of the COVID-19 pandemic. (File photo by BLACK PRESS)

Question mark hangs over graduation ceremonies

Students await decisions of central Alberta school jurisdictions

Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School students celebrated the end of their high school careers a few years back. This spring, such formalities are in doubt because of the COVID-19 pandemic. (File photo by BLACK PRESS)
In March 2019, 24 students from Wolf Creek Public Schools went to China for two weeks and stayed with local families. (Photo contributed)

Coronavirus impacts central Alberta students trips

Central Alberta school boards watch international virus outbreak

In March 2019, 24 students from Wolf Creek Public Schools went to China for two weeks and stayed with local families. (Photo contributed)
(BLACK PRESS file photo)

Wolf Creek Public Schools postpones China Student Exchange Trip

March 2020 trip cancelled due to the current coronavirus outbreak

(BLACK PRESS file photo)
In March 2019, 24 students from Wolf Creek Public Schools went to China for two weeks and stayed with local families. (Photo contributed)

Student exchange trip to China under review

Wolf Creek Public Schools to announce decision Monday

In March 2019, 24 students from Wolf Creek Public Schools went to China for two weeks and stayed with local families. (Photo contributed)
Red Deer Public Schools had a $6 million budget deficit for 2019-2020 after the district received less funding from the province. (Photo contributed by Red Deer Public Schools)

School jurisdictions prepare for future funding cuts

Red Deer Public Schools faced $6 million deficit

Red Deer Public Schools had a $6 million budget deficit for 2019-2020 after the district received less funding from the province. (Photo contributed by Red Deer Public Schools)
Enrolment at Wolf Creek Public Schools grew to 7,553 students. (File photo by Advocate staff)

Rural school division sees small enrolment increase

Rural enrolment stable at Wolf Creek Public Schools

Enrolment at Wolf Creek Public Schools grew to 7,553 students. (File photo by Advocate staff)
China continues to welcome central Alberta students

China continues to welcome central Alberta students

Student exchange with Wolf Creek Public Schools

China continues to welcome central Alberta students
Extreme cold weather shut down schools for Wolf Creek Public Schools and cancelled school buses around central Alberta. (Photo from Facebook)

Cold weather impacts students in central Alberta

Bus cancellations and school closures

Extreme cold weather shut down schools for Wolf Creek Public Schools and cancelled school buses around central Alberta. (Photo from Facebook)
(Advocate file photo).

Two Central Alberta school districts pay to prepare grads for diploma exams

Clearview and Wolf Creek want all Grade 12 students to Rock the Diplomas

(Advocate file photo).