Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16. 1974 Page 1 CITY SCHOOLS SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT This special supplement to the Lethbridge Herald is jointly sponsored by the city public and Catholic School boards. Its purpose is to inform parents, students, and other taxpayers of plans for the 1974-75 school year. Consequently, pertinent information concerning registration, fees, and school times are found on this page. A calendar, suitable for cutting out and hanging on the home bulletin board, is found on page two. Page three explains the open school boundaries policy for Lethbndge Schools and lists all schools in the city. Page four acquaints you with school trustees, and officials whom you may wish to contact. Early Childhood Services, School bussing, and other important items are also found on this page SCHOOL STARTING AGE To start school a child must have attained the age of 5 years 6 months before September 1, 1974 (6 years of age before February 28, A child must be enrolled in grade I if has attained the age of 6 years at school opening date. A child who becomes 6 years of age between August 20 and February 28 may elect to enrol in a pre-school program rather than grade I, or may elect not to attend any school program SCHOOL OPENS TUESDAY AUGUST 20th REGISTRATION DATES Lethbrld0e Collegiate Institute Students new to the city may report at the office ol the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute any time prior lo August 20th 1974, or on that day Registration lor Semester I will be as follows Grade XII 8 00 a m to 10 00 a m Monday August 19th. 1974 in the Cafeteria Grade XI 1030am to 12 30 p m Monday August 19tti 1974 in the Cafeteria Grade X 1 30 p m to 4 00 p m Monday, August 19th. 1974 in the Cafeteria Winston Churchill High School Students are advised that it Is Important to report to the Gymnasium at the designated times as detailed procedures tor registration will be outlined at that time Grade XII Grade X Grade IX 8.30 a m August 20th, 1974 p m August 20th, 1974 8 30 a m., August 21st, 1974 Catholic Central High School Students new to the city may report at the office of Catholic Central High School on Monday afternoon, August 19th, 1974, unless they have already visited the school to register FEE STRUCTURE School fees In both systems are levied to cover the costs of textbooks and Instructional supplies, band Instruments rental, special school programs, and student council activities (yearbook, newspapers, school pictures, graduation activities, etc.) Fees do not cover the cost of student supplies such as looseleaf binders and paper, geometry sets, gym clolhing, pens water colors, crayons etc SCHOOL TIMES PUBLIC SCHOOLS Senior High (1st) (2nd) WCHS Junior High Hamilton Paterson (2nd) Elementary WS-lfcOO Three I2.-28-M6 schools FI-Bawden GdbraitR lakeftew (1st) (2nd) Patcrson Stewart Watson West- minster Gooder have semester times lor each maining schools have the hours (or both semesters different The re- same CATHOLIC SCHOOLS Catholic Central High St. Mary's Assumption St. Patrick's St. Basil's St. Paul's 12 Fee Summary Catholic Public Grades Supplies, Supplies, Union HMtEc hcriM lib tttfwm ht by mutMitmil only project JL PwMpMl Grades refund-aMinhcn itiHlmt Ku oetninMeu DJ per rafimJJJa I Jr. by Sr For further information: SCHOOL DISTRICT TELEPHONE NUMBERS Public: Catholic: 327-4521 327-4133 p M P r NOT WS; They're Back-to-School Tuesday PLEASE DRIVE WITH CAREI School Zone Hours: In Lethbridge, school zones are In effect school days from 8 a.m. to a.m., a.m. to p.m. and 3 p.m. to p.m. During these times, the zones posted with the familiar blue and white signs mean motorists travel at a maximum of 20 mph.