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.
Survey on Proposed 2019-2020 LCSD Calendar
The goal of this survey is to elicit feedback, honouring the voices of all stakeholders. This feedback will assist us in creating a calendar that best meets the needs of all Lakeland Catholic School District students in light of Gospel and Board priorities.
The survey is open from January 14 to February 1, 2019 for stakeholder feedback.
Click here to complete the survey.
Here is the proposed 2019-2020 LCSD Calendar:
Click pdf here (149 KB) to download a PDF of the calendar.
Prayer for LCSD
Literacy and Numeracy - Communications Focus for January
Within Lakeland Catholic School District our monthly communications focus is Literacy and Numeracy. This month we conducted interviews on our local radio stations highlighting the importance of Literacy. Stay tuned for upcoming interviews on Numeracy a little later this month.
We also have advertisements on these topics running all month on these stations
#LCSDJoy #Literacy #Numeracy #PreparingStudentsForTheirFuture
Click on the links below to see the program updates for these areas of curriculum:
Boom 95.3, Kool 101.3, Boom 103.5 & Today's Best Country - Country 99
Imperial Supports Dual Credit at LCSD
Imperial has awarded $30,000 to Lakeland Catholic School District to support enhanced Dual Credit learning opportunities.
To read the News Release, click pdf here (118 KB) .
Devon Safe and Healthy Communities Grant Awarded to ÉNDHS
Devon Energy Corporation has awarded $5,000 to École Notre Dame High School through the Safe and Healthy Communities Grant.
Pictured above left to right are Bobby-Jo Kirby-Graham (parent), Jessica Gillis (teacher), Vince Spila (principal) and Joe Teixeira (parent).
To read the News Release, click pdf here (942 KB) .