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Chris Clegg South Peace News St. Andrew’s School in High Prairie opened for classes as usual Monday morning after High Prairie RCMP quickly dealt with a threat posted on Snapchat. Principal Marc Lamoureux says police “have dealt” with the individual…
VP, 5 teachers join E.W. Pratt staff

Richard Froese South Peace News E.W. Pratt High School in High Prairie welcomes a new vice-principal and five new teachers this school year. Lyndsay Fleming is the new vice-principal. “I am excited about the new opportunity to be at E.W.…
Wilson appointed VP at Joussard

Richard Froese South Peace News Kienan Wilson has been appointed the new vice-principal of Joussard School, reads a news release from High Prairie School Division. He has been working at the school since September 2017. Wilson has also taught at…
Master meteorologists hard at work at HPE

Marie Matula HPE Reporter This is Marie with this week’s South Peace News report from High Prairie Elementary School. HPE is having an open house on Sept. 19 from 5-7 p.m. This is a great time to come and meet…
Joussard School extends welcome to new staff

Samara Laboucan Joussard Reporter Hello, my name is Samara Laboucan and I will be collecting our news for the South Peace News this month. We have started the year with lots of kids who are happy to be back at…

Richard Froese South Peace News An unconfirmed case of mumps has been reported at E.W. Pratt High School, states a news release from High Prairie School Division. “Following a recent investigation, there has been an unconfirmed case that a student…
5 new staff at St. Andrew’s

Richard Froese South Peace News St. Andrew’s School in High Prairie has welcomed a new vice-principal and four new teachers. Bob Nieman became the new vice-principal for junior and senior high and brings more than 17 years experience in a…
HPE welcomes new principals, teachers

Richard Froese South Peace News High Prairie Elementary School has welcomed new principals and several new teachers on staff. Kim Corless was promoted to principal after serving as vice-principal the previous four years. “The High Prairie Elementary School family is…
HPE writer welcomes new teachers, staff

Marie Matula HPE Reporter This is Marie Matula with this week’s South Peace News report from High Prairie Elementary School. Grade 2R is off to a fabulous start with 21 bright, smiling students. They have read various stories about starting…
‘Think about the students’, says Davis

Richard Froese South Peace News Students are back in classes and on the buses; therefore, motorists are reminded to drive safely. “Think about the students,” says Harry Davis, director of transportation for High Prairie School Division. “When you see a…
A piece of history bites the dust

The Northern Lakes College Campus was reduced to a pile of rubble and dust the morning of Sept. 10. Alder Ridge Excavating’s Mike Jones did the deed. The building, which used to be the old High Prairie Alberta Forestry office…
Valedictorian says past shapes graduates into today

Daniel Kosak, Valedictorian Today is a day of momentous occasion, for today is a day were we, the students, become more than that. We, through graduating from St. Andrew’s School finally move away from being labeled students to being members…
St. Andrew’s celebrates 19 graduates

Richard Froese South Peace News St. Andrew’s Catholic School in High Prairie honoured 19 graduates in the Class of 2018 on Aug. 25. The World is Our Stage was the theme for ceremonies at the Edmo Peyre Hall after Mass…
Demolition scheduled; NLC finds temporary home

Richard Froese South Peace News Northern Lakes College has taken a big step to construct a new consolidated campus in High Prairie. Work to demolish the main academic campus on the east side of town is set to start while…
PIC – With best wishes

Tolko Industries awarded two scholarships on June 18 to two Grade 12 students at E.W. Pratt High School. Zale Zabolotniuk, left, and Bryan Myers, right, each received a $1,000 scholarship to continue their education at a post-secondary institution. Presenting the…
Books on wheels

Richard Froese South Peace News The Book Auto Mobile has been launched by the High Prairie School Division for the summer. “BAM was created to encourage reading and to promote literacy throughout the summer in different communities across the division,”…