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.
Assumption Students Selected for U of A Honour Band
Two students from Assumption Junior-Senior High School have been selected for the University of Alberta High School Honour Band. Percussion player Tomas Doell and barisaxophone player Amy Keizer are heading to the University of Alberta from February 7-9, 2020.
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Monthly Communications Focus - February 2020
This month at Lakeland Catholic School Division we are highlighting the following topics: CTF (Career and Technology Foundations), CTS (Career and Technology Studies), Dual Credit courses and Technology for Learning.
- Technology for Learning - Kindergarten to Grade 12
- CTF - Grade 5-9
- CTS - Grade 10-12
- Dual Credit Courses - Grade 10-12
CTF/CTS and Dual Credit courses allow students to embark on exploration of their future career options while they develop technology and employability skills that they can use to get a head start on their post-secondary studies or entry into the workforce.
Learning opportunities, such as these allow students to make meaningful connections to possible post-secondary and career pathways. As a result, students are better prepared for life after high school.
LCSD Girls' Retreat
Girls from across Lakeland Catholic School Division (LCSD) had the opportunity to participate in the sixth annual all girls retreat last weekend. The retreat is for girls in grades 5-12 with students in grades 7-12 having the option to stay overnight.
The retreat began on Friday, January 31 at 6:00 pm at École Notre Dame High School in Bonnyville and it ran until the next day at noon. On Friday evening there were fifty girls participating with thirty two of the girls staying overnight.
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