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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, August 9 LETHBRIDGE SEPARATE SCHOOLS Assumption School -14th Ave. and 24th St. S., phone, 327-5028 Principal: G. A. (Jerry) Heck Enrolment: Grades 1 to 6 330. first semester, a.m.; p.m.; second semester, a.m.; p.m. Catholic Central High School 18th St. S., phone, 327-4596 S. W. Sawicki. principals: Sister Alice Daly, Rev. J. M. Wilson. Reg Mackley, Matt Schebel. Enrolment: 950. Grades 8 to 12. first semester, a.m.; p.m. St. Basil's School -12th St. B and 6th Ave. N., phone, 327-2841 Walter Ruff Enrolment: 235. Grades 4 to 6. first semester, a.m.; p.m.; second semester, a.m.; p.m. St. Mary's School -5th Ave. and 19th St. S., phone, 327-3098 Principal: James Joevenazzo Enrolment: 450. Grades 1 to 7 first semester, 9-12 a.m.; 1-4 p.m.; second semester, a.m.; p.m. St. Patrick's School St. and 10th Ave. S., phone, 327-4386 J. Gary Mahoney Enrolment: 135. Grades 1 to 6 Hours: both semesters, a.m.; p.m. St. Paul's School -10th Ave. and 12th St. B. phone, 327-4451 John Aberle Enrolment: 170. Grades 1 to 3 first semester, a.m.; p.m.; second semester, a.m.; p.m. More of this in future Individual grading of student marks, for many years a standard procedure in both Lethbridge school systems, will be even greater this term with the announcement by the department of education that government examinations are to be abolished. Local students are evaluated by their own teachers, but still have recourse to the education department at Edmonton if they're not "satisfied with the local grade. ;