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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, August Quality facilities Lethbridge schools, such as St Patrick's (above) and St Mary's restrictions on classroom construction, local trustees maintain the (bottom) reflect the continuing trend by both the public and separate highest standards-and fullest use-of all Lethbridge school buildings school boards toward complete, up-to-date facilities Despite provincial Experience provided in LCI program Work experience eaucd I inn pi ovules an opportum- fin students to obtain uof (Imhile exposure in the woild of work con tinning st hool studies I Ins (vpe of piogram avail ihle at the Lethbi idge olicgi.ite Institute this v it is ill signed to allow the student to experience emplmmi nt for the pur- pose of c la riIving voc iliooal choice and of prepai ing for onti v into the working lommumlv Olliei values for the student' Participating in work an op poitunitv to develop accep- table work habits at- tiludes good grooming rind self-discipline developing skills relatinj to and c ommumcating with people developing ,ippie( lation and respec toi the of work e.irnmg high school credits lor paitu ipalion in the pi ngiam The work expenence piogiam was introduced on a limited scale at LCI in 1972 It was fust icstrictcd to Grade 12 students who were required to apply for a place in the program The number of students who can be accommodated depends on the number of work stations available in the school or in the com munitv at large A minimum of 125 hours participation is required for a student to earn credits in this program Not quite a campus, but close to it Grounds surrounding all Lethbridge schools, particularly the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute, above, are an attractive blend of Southern Alberta greenery and modern educational architecture Dur- ing the fall and spring semesters, students don't have to be encouraged to take advantage of settings like this But during the winter months, school interiors get a real gymnasiums to libraries to cafeterias ;