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Wolf Creek Public Schools receives award for SRO program

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Left to right: Community Peace Officer Dave Lahucik; WCPS Superintendent Tim De Ruyck; WCPS board chair Luci Henry; Const. Michelle Grovet; and Const. Lenny Wells, ASBA president, Marilyn Dennis and ASBA executive director, Vivian Abboud. (Photo submitted)

Wolf Creek Public Schools’ School Resources Program was honoured at the Alberta School Boards Association’s fall general meeting in November, receving the ASBA Zone 4 Friends of Education Award.

The SROs play a pivotal role in encouraging positive and healthy recreational activities for children and youth.

Their engagement ranges from addressing critical issues like bullying and cyberbullying to imparting essential knowledge about topics such as vaping, drugs, personal boundaries, and traffic laws. They also serve as mentors, role models and forge vital relationships with students.



Emily Jaycox

About the Author: Emily Jaycox

I’m Emily Jaycox, the editor of Ponoka News and the Bashaw Star. I’ve lived in Ponoka since 2015 and have over seven years of experience working as a journalist in central Alberta communities.
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