Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
16 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, May 5, 1171 concept lly IIVOY Hrralil Siaft Writer educational mmTpt "involve them in self The expectations of the open I will urea classroom concept were; IcaiT.iu.i! simmum for siu to the Lellihrid.ee scp- clciils. lie said. system also calls i ir.ethod breeds open minded- fer ll.u u: e (if teaching aides to ness which enahlcs students In U'ai'lk'rs. I and research before Ti'e SI. staff lias fiecn arriving at a decision. regular weekly meet- During the tirst year of op- LIIUULM I-U LIII. H.-IIIUL Ji-j'- ---_-_.----- rate school board Wednesday I The leacliurs v.ill suppiy [ho ints In won; on (he goals ami j Grades 3 to G will par- hy n delegation of teachers I fundamenlal iiilonmihim n nuired and create a eiUialion iiwu u-hich "Thc focus i? u; on teaching." he nlv [fom St. Miiry's School. James Jocvoiiiizzo, princi pal at St Mary's, explained i'tails will late mot- what should occur when the Umilsi I.LII learn lor school, currently undergoing n selves, half million dollar expansion and remodelling program, in- troduces the concept this fall. The learn as on go, non- grading system of leaching in- volves extensive revisions to the traditional education sys- tem, he said. Its purpose is "lo provide adaptable, flexible curricula de- termined by student needs so each child is supplied wilh ap- propriate learning experiences where he can develop freely and independently with self discipline and responsibility." The extension to St. Mary's will result in a large open classroom where dren will regulate demic progress at pace. The school is designed to re- place the old traditional "egg I the hoard a licipate in the open classroom, with Grades 1, 2 and 7 retain- !isl ing (lie regular system. The trustees excitedly dis- o'ijt'flhrs u'iiicli has. uitli the; hell) of a parents' advisorv i rrmticil, he-en revised at least j thc concept, particular- lime'; already. If 'he concept of logical ques- The delegation felt the ueiv Honing and answer-finding. third d represene anadians any govt. Slaff Federal governments in r.in- such as Libi'inl many cliil- eminent lead by Pierre their aca- Satin-day A mixed rally will lie held j Saturday at. llic Lcthbridgo j General Stewart Branch of Ihe j Royal Canadian start- j InR at 1 p.m. i Cuesls will Include. R. Smcl- j ley. first vice-president of the j national lepion association, and I Joy ladies' provin-1 cial president. Representatives from 25 branches will attend. This rally precedes Ihe le- pion's Dominion Convention in May i'l. if MOBILE HOMES -SAFEWAY -BOISE CASCADE -ATCO TRUCK CAMPERS -WEEK-N-DER Come in nncl reserve o lo) in ridge Villa ic TRAVEl TRMERS Bridge Villa Estate MOBILE HOME PARK 1010 2nd Ave. 'A' N. KUSTOM KOACH -NOMAD or Scolla Plan BANK RATES Asic About Our OPENING SPECIALS! TRADE-IMS WELCOME MOBILE HOME PACK Southern Aybarta Auto Racers Present for your enjoyment brand new show. til Cnivuncticn wilh Enerscn Pontioc Buirlt 817 -1th A W Drive-ins HOME OF THE BURGER FAMILY AND CHURGY CHICKEN O 3 Avc. rind Scenic Drivo ffl Mayor Mrrcjrnfh Drive SUNDAY, MAY 7th Timo Trinls Rucing o) EXHIBITION SPEEDWAY 'B' CLASS- Mony well tirivort known ollinri, 'C CLASS Wifh a lot of npvv nnmos in- cluding tho old ones, SUPER STOCKS Appearing occatlonally thro- ughout tho Season, CLAIMER CLASS (ReplncM old 'D' Cars) A New Cfosi Tim Yoar with over 30 now curs. Included in our Opening Sfiow "ORVAL" Iho DttmfJavil Clown, will drivtt nn older model car up n sicrp romp nntl will soar ovrr 100 fcol and ccoili hrnrl on inio n line of ptirltficl con.