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.
Your Senior Administrative Team
Director of Technology Clint Elliott, Director of Student Learning Michelle Dargis, Deputy Superintendent Pamela Guilbault, Superintendent/CEO Joe Arruda and Secretary Treasurer Sylvia Slowski
LCSD Trustee Nominations Update
For Ward 1 (Bonnyville and area) the following nominees are declared elected by acclamation:
- Margaret Borders
- Vincent MacDonald
- Diane Bauer
For Ward 2 (Cold Lake and area) the following nominees are declared elected by acclamation:
- Mary Anne Penner
- Vicky Lefebvre
- Larry Gamache
For Ward 3 (Waskatenau and Lac La Biche) the following nominee was declared elected by acclamation:
- Colette Zahar
LCSD congratulates all candidates who have been declared elected.
Please click pdf here (181 KB) to read the News Release.
Postponed Opening Celebration of ÉNDHS
The Opening Celebration of École Notre Dame High School (ÉNDHS), which was scheduled for Thursday, September 28 has been postponed due to circumstances beyond our control. We will send out invitations with the new date.
We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to your attendance at the ceremony in the future.
Please click pdf here (181 KB) to read the Media Advisory.
Your 2017-2018 Instructional Coaching Team
Register for French Immersion today! (K-12)
Have you ever thought of putting your child in French Immersion?
Lakeland Catholic School District has over 40 years of high quality programming experience in French Immersion instruction.
What if we do not speak French?
Actually many French Immersion students come from families who do not speak French at all.
How will my child learn English if they are in French Immersion?
Children start learning French in Kindergarten and in grade three, we begin instruction in English also.
Won’t that mean that my child will fall behind in English?
The goal of French Immersion is to develop students’ proficiency in French while building mastery of English – that is, not to replace a first language with an additional one but to develop proficient communication skills in both.
For a list of schools and their contact information, please click here.