Wednesday, April 3, 2019
LLOYDMINSTER–When Cory Gratton was on staff at Lloydminster Comprehensive High School, he saw first-hand the sort of passion and pride that could come from being involved in the Skills Canada National Competition.
After seven years there, Gratton decided to move to the much smaller confines of Avery Outreach School (also a member of the Lloydminster Public School Division). Now in his second year, he has been one of the main catalysts in bringing those same opportunities to the students at Avery, which offers an alternative education centre for those in Grades 10-12.
Friday, March 29, 2019
As if there was ever any doubt, at least now we know the undeniable truth.
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Politicians have always had a tenuous grasp of statistics. Bill Clinton was once quoted as saying, “Every American should have an above-average income, and my Administration is going to see they get it.” Although once they have it, the new number becomes the new average and well, you get the point.
Monday, March 25, 2019
In 2015, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education released a foundational document entitled Deepening the Discussion: Gender and Sexual Diversity. This was developed to assist school divisions, First Nations and Métis organizations and schools in promoting understanding of gender and sexual diversity as well as to foster shared responsibility for ensuring equity, inclusiveness and safety for all members of the school community.
Sunday, March 24, 2019
LLOYDMINSTER–The scores of banners and awards behind the banks of computers are tangible evidence of how much the accomplishments of the students at Lloydminster Comprehensive High School in the Skills Canada National Competition have indelibly created an identity that is embraced by staff and students alike.