Wolf Creek Public Schools

Wolf Creek Public Schools commits $400,000 to re-entry plan

School re-entry scenarios and other board briefs

 

WCPS: Betty Clark appointed assistant transportation manager

Wolf Creek Public Schools (WCPS) is pleased to announce the appointment of…

 

Big cuts coming next year to WCPS

Minimal reductions to classrooms come September

 

WCPS appoints two staff positions

Two acting prinicpals officially take positions

Wolf Creek Public Schools answers questions about home-based learning

WCPS to roll out home-based learning details this week, March 30 to April 3

UPDATED: Racist slurs lead to school hold and secure at Ponoka school

Ermineskin Cree Nation Chief Makinaw responds

Wolf Creek Public Schools looks at its boundaries

Dual credit program expanding and other briefs

Wolf Creek Public Schools postpones China student exchange trip

Trip postponed due to Coronovirus concerns

No change at Ponoka schools due to seclusion room ban

WCPS, STAR school divisions not using forced confinement on difficult students

COLUMN: WCPS trustee speaks to collaboration in schools

Balancing schedule needs at the many schools at Wolf Creek Public Schools requires planning

  • Mar 12, 2019

Wolf Creek Schools closed Tuesday

Extreme winter weather closes Wolf Creek Public Schools for Tuesday

WCPS hears plans for student exchange with India

School division based in Ponoka looking to move ahead after success with China exchange

WCPS trustees approve updated 2019-20 school calendar

Next school year to see few PD days and revised spring break dates

Wolf Creek Schools raises Treaty 6 flag for first time

Chiefs, school officials took part in a ceremony that is aimed at acknowledging Treaty 6 land

Limits to class size not a big worry for WCPS, STAR

Both school boards for Ponoka are at or under class size provincial average

WCPS starting plans on international learning opportunities

Initial project with Chinese school district a success

Web Poll results: Ponoka News readers prefer options for students’ education

Slight majority of readers would like to see the public Catholic school system remain in Alberta

Alberta School Boards president wants to return transparency to organization

Lorrie Jess was elected president on Monday after an exodus of leadership