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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 DOROTHY BECKEL Public School Chairman BOB PLAXTON Public School Superintendent JOHN BORAS Catholic School Chairman RALPH HIMSL Catholic School Superintendent Don't be Afraid to Telephone Trustees! Public and separate school trustees m Lethbndge take their responsibility seriously, and they are happy to discuss educational matters with the electorate at any reasonable hour They'll accept criticism, suggestions and even compliments For handy reference, here are the home telephone numbers of all board members PUBLIC SCHOOL TRUSTEES DOROTHY BECKEL ....328-5705 B ILL BROWN 328-2870 DOUG CARD 327-4757 CARL JOHNSON 327-2085 DR. DOUG McPHERSON 327-5414 REG TURNER 327-2936 (Mrs. Beekel Is chairman ol board) CATHOLIC SCHOOL TRUSTEES JOHN BORAS 328-2762 RON FABBI 327-3331 PAUL MATISZ 327-6658 FRANK PETA 328-8500 E. S. VASELENAK 328-4264 (Mr Boras Is chairman of the board) ADMINISTRATIVE CONSULTATIVE PERSONNEL LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9 CATHOLIC EDUCATION CENTRE 534 18th Street South Lethbrldge, Alberta T1J 3E7 Administration RALPH HIMSL Superintendent ot Schools MAURICE C LANDRV Director ol Curriculum Education FATHER WILLIAM H. KELLY Religion Coneultant N.L. REILANDER Secretary-Treasurer LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51 433 -15th Street South Lethbrldge, Alberta Telephone 327-4521 ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL OR R P. PLAXTON Superintendent ot Schools DR QH BEVAN Director, Curriculum and Instruction DR Q.B. PROBE Director, Personnel end Material Resources FRED CARTWRIGHT Director, Pupil Personnel Services MRS AUDREY BAINES Secretary to Superintendent MV CRUMLEY Secretary-Treasurer D.A. FORBES Executive Assistant Business Affairs MRS. MARGAF1ET ROBINSON Assistant Treasurer DB ATTWELL Facilities Planner PRE-SCHOOL Early Childhood What's the Difference? Two years ago a government agency was formed which was viewed as the loinl responsibility ol the Provincial Department of Culture Youth and Recreation Health and Social Development Education and Advanced Education, and whose mam concern was providing services to young children (0-8 years) and their parents This new agency was named Early Childhood Services (ECS) and is responsible lor providing money to licenced private operators or school districts to operate an Early Childhood Services proiect The term kindergarten is not used to name an ECS project because the type ol services offered to children and their parents under such a project far surpasses at typical kindergarten operation In order to qualify from ECS the local operator or school districts must establish an advisory committee made up of community agencies and a majority of parents ECS projects emphasize home and com- munity involvement in helping to establish a sense of dignity and self-worth within the child and the child s family The idea that the family and community should manage ECS projects has resulted In both Lethbndge Catholic and Public school districts deciding not to sponsor ECS projects yet However both school districts do rent space in schools to locally licenced operators when space is available An exception to the previous statement is the Project for Learning and Language Development which was first financed by Lethbndge Public School District No 51 and is now being partially funded by ECS Here is a list of existing services to young children in Lethbndge EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES (Kindergarten Lethbrldge School District No. 51. for Learning A Language Development A pre-school program for young children ages to who demonstrate learning language problems such as Unable to draw a recognizable picture with a crayon Unable to dress self properly Speech sounds like baby talk and does not speak m sentences Unable to pay attention or follow simple directions Unable to socialize with other children Program requires parent involvement Location General Stewart School Corvette Crescent Contact Pupil Personnel Services LSD No 51 Phone 327-4521 Capacity 24 Number of classes 2 Transportation can be arranged LETHBRIDGE PRESCHOOL SERVICES Preschool experience for any child but first preference given to handicapped children The program strives to develop the parent and child Each program has an itegration ol normal non-English speaking and handicapped children Aims to develop the child socially physically intellectually creatively emotionally in the classroom through play and field trips Also aims to develop parent understanding of child growth and development Location SI Paul School 10 Ave and 12 Street B North Winston Churchill High School 15 Ave and 18 Street North Fleetwood Bawden Elementary School, 9 Ave and 12 Street A South Capacity St Paul year olds) Fleetwood year oids) Winston Churchill year olds) Fees 00 per month Contact Patti Wiggelsworth. Co-ordlnator Phone 328-3204 or Dr Barbara Lacey Chairman Lethbndge Preschool Services 328-5462 LAKEVIEW KINDERGARTEN Program oriented owards the development of coordination language and a positive self-concept Location 1509 29 Street South Capacity 70-5 year and 15-4 year olds Contact Yvonne Kerber co-ordinator 327-3904 HAPP-LANO KINDERGARTEN Program to develop a child s abilities In preparation for grade one Location 2329 15 Ave South Capacity 40-5 year olds Contact Marlene Lamont co-ordmator 327 7682 BEE JAY KINDERGARTEN Program to enrich a child s learning experiences through multiple activities such as drama jnusic field trips and others Location 1821 12 Ave North Capacity 40-5 year olds Contact Jennie Oleksy co-ordinator 328 6306 JERRV and JANE KINDERGARTEN Program to develop a child s abilities in prepa alion lor grade one Location St Marys School Capacity 74 5 year otds Contact Margaret Dovle co nrdmator 327 8705 GINGERBREAD HOUSE Program offers experience for the development of a child s interests and abilities appropriate to his age level Location 3511 Forestry Ave South Capacity 66 5 year olds and appropriate numbers of 3 and 4 year olds Contact Eleanor Lind, co ordinalor 328 7257 TINKERBELL KINDERGARTEN Program of experiences to prepare child lor grade one Location 1814 12 Ave South Capacity 34-5 year olds Contact Noreen Plerson. co-ordmator 327-1840 IMMANUEL CHRISTIAN PRESCHOOL Program operates In the spring months only Location Christian Immanuel School Contact Carol Konynenbelt, co-ordlnator 328-7195 KATHV'S PETITE ACADEMV 716 23 81. North Operator Kay Frlese 328-2601 CHRISTOPHER ROBIN NURSERY 1011 -19 St South Operator Dorothy Groves 328-2718 SCHOOL BUSSING In accordance with the School Foundation Program Fund Regulations bus service is provided for those students who meet the following requirements Elementary Students Grades 1-6 mile or more from school Junior Senior High School Students Grades 7-12 miles or more from school Students with severe mental or physical handicaps may be transported for shorter distances All students eligible for transportation should apply to the office of the Principal for a bus pass or bus tickets whichever applies The following schools are served with regular school bus routes The first pickup for regular school bus routes is approximately one-half hour before school opening NAME OF SCHOOL Lethbrldge Collegiate Institute Catholic Central High School Winston Churchill St. Mary's Hamilton Jr. High Wilton Jr. High Paterton School Senator Buchanan Assumption St. Patrick Fleetwood Bawden Galbralth George McKillop General Stewart Allan Watson Westminster Dorothy Gooder FIRST PICK-UP a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a. m. a.m. a.m. Lakeview, St Paul, St Basil and Davidson Schools are not served with regular school bus routes However, students eligible for bus service may obtain tickets to ride regular City Bus Routes which operate in those particular areas West Lethbrldge students will attend (Grades 1-6) Paterson (7-9) and LCI (10-12) Catholic students attend St Marys (Grade 1-7) and Catholic Central High School (Grade 8-12) This area is served with a regular school bus and the first pickup will be at approximately 7 30 a m For further information with respect to bus stops and pickup times please contact the City Transit Dept, Phone 327-2588 ;