Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Sepltmbtr 19, 1971 _ THE IETHMIDOI HEKALD 21 win Fate of divided school year of concern to local teachers AARN hears report Nursing faces obsolescence without change By MAUREEN JAMIESON Staff Writer Concern is growing locally for the lale of the divided school year, Wayne Ter- riff, principal of Winston Churchill High School told the Lethbridge Council of Home and School Associations. He said for the first time in three year? students will be required to departmentals. These wili be held two weeks before the end o[ the semester, and Grade 12 teachers felt it was too much for the students to handle. As Lethbridge had been granted official permission for the experiment, the home and school council considered it only reasonable for new govern- ment b permit the experiment to be carried through to its conclusion. All Alberta universities had Religious class set at 60 Approval for the new gious instruction course been received, Wayne Terriff. principal of Winston Churchill High School told the meeting of the Lclhbridge Council of Home and School Associations. Class- es will commence in the sec- ond semester, with registration estimated at 60 stu- dents. Also present at the first fall meeting was Mrs. Dorothy Beckel. who will represent the council' at the home and school seminar on the modified school year in Red Deer, mid Octo- ber. This will be sponsored by the divided school year com- mittee of the department of educalion. Seminar on weekend include agreed to accept the students involved, and according to Mr. Terriff, not only did the new system offer greater flexibility for exams, but he did not feel the one-shot basis of the de- partmentals gave a fair indica- tion of students' capabilities. One major disadvantage was the fact that some subjects had been completed the previous semester, decree is However, "if said the Mr. Terriff, "we will just have lo adjust." Council will arrange with high school principals in the area to conduct a parent ques- tionnaire as speedily as pos- sible. It is anticipated the re- sults will be included in the presentation Dr. 0. P. Larson, superinten dent of public schools, will make to Lou Hynd- man the new minister of edu- cation, early in October. CALGARY (CP) The nurs- ing profession could become obsolete il it doesn't undergo progressive charge, says a re- port on the future role of nurses. The report, presented to the South Central District of the Alberta Association of Regis- tered Nurses, says changes have occurred hut are not en- couraging nurses to provide nursing services. "Nurses have been given higher rewards for moving away from direct patient care, to satellite areas such as teach- ing and administration." Little importance has been attached to clinical practice by nurses, while teachers and ad- ministrators receive high sal- aries and recognition, the re- port says. The report said some areas in which nursing roles will be- come more important arc: Agnes Slafford scholarship awarded The Agnes Stafford memorial scholarship has been awarded lo Marie Hrynkiw, a 1971 grad- uate of Catholic Central. The scholarship is to be presented annually by the Quota Club of Lethbridgc in honor of the late Agnes Stafford, lo a Grade 12 graduate who wishes lo further her education. Amount of the J Central, Winston Churchill nnJ scholarship is the Lethbridge Collegialc Jiisli- Miss Hrynkiw is the first, tutc. scholarship winner. Presenta- tion will be made during school awards ceremonies. The scholarship is lo be ro- tated' alternately among the three high schools, Catholic MAIN PURPOSE The mam purpose of rinsing is to flush out soiled water from the clothes lo plan community health programs in consultation wilh community groups, gov- ernment and oIlKT health cialisls in responsible posi- tions will have advanced train- ing the operation of preven- tive health programs dealing with patients as human leaving doctors free to deal with disease nursing education pro- grams, planned by nurses witii advanced training. Residence, timetables cited for transfers to WCHS Reasons for student transfers nanced by the department of to Winslon Churchill High School were explained by Wayne Terriff, principal, n APPLIANCE TV CENTRE 812 4th Avenue South Phone 328-1673 or 328-1332 Directly ocross from Enerion's Downtown Showroom FINAL 3 education. 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