A Catholic Community of Learners, Opening Hearts, Minds, and Doors
Lakeland Catholic School District is comprised of 8 schools, located in the City of Cold Lake, the Town of Bonnyville, the Village of Waskatenau and Lac La Biche.
We are dedicated to providing fully permeated Catholic Education to the communities we serve. With classrooms built for the 21st century learner, and a proven French Immersion program from Kindergarten to Grade 12, we offer an ideal learning environment for all children from all backgrounds to learn, play and grow.
District Celebration 2018
LCSD’s District Celebration took place this year on Friday, March 16, 2018 at Holy Cross Elementary School in Cold Lake. This important annual event recognizes staff members who are retiring as well as those who have provided long service to the district.
Retiree Nicole Gaulin
35 Year Awardee Lorraine Hawkins
30 Year Awardees Vince Spila and Sandi Tellier
20 Year Awardees Carol Rainey, Val Badger and Lisa DeAbreu
15 Year Awardee Julie Norrie
10 Year Awardees Chantel Axani-Rawlake, Pam Yochim, Andrea Reid and Deidre Hagerty-Richard
To read the News Release, click pdf here (8.07 MB) .
Celebrating Our Staff and Retirees - District Celebration 2018
LCSD will be celebrating its staff and retirees this Friday, March 16, 2018 at Holy Cross Elementary School in Cold Lake.
Thank you to our staff and retirees for their commitment to excellence in education.
To view our video of awardees and retirees, please click here.
LCSD is Proud to Announce Megan Kaminski As the 2018 Nominee for the Edwin Parr Award
Lakeland Catholic School District is pleased to announce Megan Kaminski as their nominee for the 2018 Edwin Parr Teacher Award. This award recognizes outstanding first year teachers in Alberta. Every year ASBA (the Alberta School Boards’ Association) honours six outstanding first-year teachers with this award. School boards may nominate any first-year Kindergarten to Grade 12 teacher who has taught in an Alberta school jurisdiction.
What inspired Megan to become a teacher? She said, “I love to see the ‘light bulb moments’ that students have; as a teacher you have the power to make those moments happen every day. You facilitate them. You are there to help your students figure out their lives.”
To read the full Announcement, please click pdf here (766 KB) .
Dr. Temple Grandin To Visit Bonnyville
Dr. Temple Grandin is the most accomplished and well-known adult with autism in the world.
She will be in Bonnyville on Wednesday March 14, 2018 (8:00 am to 5:00 pm) at the Bonnyville Centennial Centre (C2).
Her session is offered through the Learning Network and sponsored by Rednecks with a Cause.
Dr. Grandin’s keynote session, The Way I See It: A Personal Look at Autism and Asperger’s gets down to the REAL issues of autism, the ones parents, teachers, and individuals on the spectrum face every day.
There are two breakout sessions during the day including, Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships: Decoding Social Mysteries through the Unique Perspectives of Autism and Helping Different Minds Solve Problems.
New Dual Credit Announcement
Lakeland Catholic School District (LCSD) is pleased to announce that it has been approved by Alberta Education for $50,000 in start-up funding for a new dual credit learning opportunity.
To read the News Release, please click pdf here (252 KB) .