Education

Oct
01
2017
Volume
5-6
Chris Wilson has two reasons for his success: hard work and Keyano College. The first one came naturally to him. The second was thanks to Syncrude Canada, his then employer, who sent him to Keyano to complete a Heavy Duty Mechanic apprenticeship. Today, Wilson is the owner of Birch Mountain…
Oct
01
2017
Volume
5-6
As the Wood Buffalo region rebuilds from the 2016 wildfires, the entire community is involved in efforts to create positive change. This includes young people who are sharing their ideas for how to build a better community through the #YouthVoicesWB social media campaign, running Sept. 29-Oct. 27. The campaign invites…
Oct
01
2017
Volume
5-6
There’s paint on Krista Tosello’s shirt, and hands. And, an ever-present smile on her face as she helps paint Beacon Hill Public School along with 30 members of the Canadian Tire Corporation (CTC). She was on the volunteer team comprised of CTC store staff from Canadian Tire, Sport Chek and…
Nov
24
2017
Volume
-
When Jacob Hinton was eight years old, his family moved to Fort McMurray.  His dad, heavily involved in industry, decided that a move from Nanaimo, B.C. would give the family more opportunities, so move they did.
Nov
24
2017
Volume
6-1
October 2, 2017 was a big day for the Fort McMurray Public School District (FMPSD)! We celebrated the grand openings of Christina Gordon Public School, and Dave McNeilly Public School.
Apr
03
2018
Volume
6-3
It’s the smiles you notice first. The seniors, the students, and the teachers - everyone is smiling. Walter and Gladys Hill Public School’s learning commons is full of visitors from the Northern Lights Regional Health Centre’s Continuing Care unit interacting with their young hosts. Empathy and the Aging program is…
May
22
2018
Volume
6-4
Where some might see limitations, Sara Loutitt—the Bridging to B.Ed instructor at Keyano College’s Fort Chipewyan Campus—looks for, and sees, endless possibilities.
May
22
2018
Volume
6-4
The monthly Elders’ Luncheons at Composite High School are Jordan Corrigan’s favourite. An important component of Fort McMurray Public School District’s (FMPSD) First Nations, Métis, Inuit (FNMI) programming, the events are beneficial on many levels.
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