Livingstone Range School Division

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Posted on Mar 12, 2020

Board Key Messages

The Board of Trustees held their Regular Board Meeting on Wednesday, March 11, 2020. For information on their key messages, please click here.

Posted on Mar 12, 2020

Where Will Our Budget Be Best Spent?

The Spring 2020 Provincial Budget's impact on Livingstone Range School Division means we will need to cut $2.2 million from our operating…

Posted on Mar 11, 2020

Principal of J.T. Foster Announced

Livingstone Range School Division is pleased to announce that Roger Doucet, who has been Acting Principal of J.T. Foster High School this…

Posted on Mar 11, 2020

2020 Edwin Parr Award Nominee Announced

F.P. Walshe School teacher Mitchell Duram will represent Livingstone Range School Division at the annual Alberta School Boards Zone 6 Edwin…

Posted on Mar 11, 2020

Spring 2020 Budget Impact Statement

Since the provincial government announced the Spring 2020 budget on February 27, Livingstone Range School Division Board of Trustees and…

Posted on Mar 11, 2020

COVID-19 Information for Staff & Families

The COVID-19 situation is expanding and changing rapidly around the world and here in Alberta. The health and safety of staff and students…

Posted on Mar 10, 2020

New Administrators for Granum & Colony Schools

Livingstone Range School Division is pleased to announce that beginning in the 2020-2021 school year, Nick Beer, Principal at Granum School,…

Posted on Mar 10, 2020

New Administrators for F.P. Walshe School

Livingstone Range School Division is pleased to announce a new administration team for F.P. Walshe School in Fort Macleod. Beginning in…

Posted on Mar 10, 2020

Superintendent Seguin Reappointed for 5-Year Term

We are pleased to announce that Darryl Seguin has been reappointed as Superintendent of Schools for Livingstone Range School Division for…

Posted on Mar 9, 2020

Thank You, Subs!

In Livingstone Range School Division we love our substitute teachers! Substitute teachers provide continuity for students and contribute…

Posted on Mar 3, 2020

FNMI Youth Summit 2020

High School students from Livingstone Range School Division, Kanai Board of Education, and Peigan Board of Education are invited to the…

Posted on Mar 2, 2020

Meet New FACES Principal Joel Gamache

Livingstone Range School Division is pleased to announce that Joel Gamache has been appointed the position of Principal for the FACES Summer…

Posted on Feb 27, 2020

2020 Spring Provincial Budget

Today’s provincial budget announcement included a new funding framework for Alberta school divisions. Livingstone Range School Division’s…

Posted on Feb 27, 2020

Director of Learning (Support Services) Named

Livingstone Range School Division is pleased to announce that Lisa Furukawa has been selected as the Director of Learning (Support Services). …

Posted on Feb 25, 2020

When is Too Sick for School?

In Canada, flu and cold season typically runs from late fall to early spring. With more than 200 different known cold viruses and multiple…

Posted on Feb 24, 2020

Pink Shirt Day 2020

As a Division, we promote safe, welcoming school environments where positive relationships lead to learning and success. We will recognize…

Posted on Feb 13, 2020

MHHS Students Accepted to Prestigious Shad Program

Two Grade 10 Matthew Halton High School students have been accepted into the prestigious Shad program this summer. Nathan Tanner and Dalton…

Posted on Feb 12, 2020

Minister's Youth Council

Are you a Junior or Senior High school student between the ages of 14 and 19 who wants to contribute to education in Alberta? The Education…

Posted on Feb 11, 2020

Board Key Messages

The Board of Trustees held their Regular Board Meeting on Monday, February 10, 2020. For information on their key messages, please click here.

Posted on Feb 11, 2020

Worst Day Ever?

Written by Superintendent Darryl Seguin. Reprinted with permission of The Lethbridge Herald. All of us have had bad days and good days…

Posted on Feb 10, 2020

Every Day Counts for Student Success

How important is attendance and being on time? If you think being 10 minutes late or missing a day or two of school each week doesn't seem…