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Annual Education Results Report 2000
Message from chairman
Progress / accomplishments
Goal 1: Standards
Goal 2: Responsive
Goal 3: Supportive
Goal 4: Teaching
Goal 5: Technology
Goal 6: Accountable
Achievement exam results
Diploma exam results
AISI funded projects
Capital facilities projects
School Student Achievements 1999-2000
We had several first place winners in the Cross-Country Race Meet held in Spirit River on September 28, 1999. Brion MacDonald achieved first in the elementary ten and under boys, Bruce Thomi placed first in the elementary eleven and over boys, and Christine Chambul came in first place in the Intermediate Girls.
Grade Eight student, Glengarry MacDonald and his sister Megan (Grade Seven), each took gold medals in their respective divisions at the Provincial Wrestling Tournament held in Rocky Mountain House on February 5 and 6, 2000. Younger brother Brion placed fourth in his division. Glengarry was featured in the Edmonton Journal's weekend sports' section as a result of his win, as well as being CJXX's athlete of the month.
Grade Seven student, Tracy Meyer, was the recipient of two Legion awards on May 10, 2000. Tracy won at both district and zone level for her essay, entitled, "Remembrance Day: What Is It?".
Last spring, Grade Six student, Lacey Doble, won third place in a province-wide poster contest sponsored by the Alberta Motor Association. Lacey received the Award of Merit in the elementary category and has had her poster published and sent to schools province-wide.
Woking School Staff Achievements 1999-2000
Kathy Anderson, Woking's
Grade Three/Four teacher, became a member of the Telus Teacher Leader Team
in 1999. Kathy started as Woking's school representative and has pursued
her interest in bringing technological knowledge to teachers as well as
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