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Education

This section deals with all levels of formal education in Lloydminster and District.

For a detailed chronology of educational changes - 1904 to 2000 - click here

Above: photo in 1928 promotional booklet touts Lloydminster’s Public School, built in 1925. Later, fire escape tubes were added to the north and south sides and landscaping in the form of a curved driveway lined with trees was undertaken.


Below: The 1950-51 Staff. Front row - seated - l-r: Ruth Bexsfield, Sheila Goble, Marilyn Meagher, Teresa Hoegel, Ellen McNab, Katherine Demaer, Eileen Graham, Gwen Brownridge, Rosemarie Taylor, Ruth Deines, Hazel Matheson, Bertha Archer.

Back row - standing - l-r: Laurie Simpson, Earl Pfiefer, Lorraine Pope, Ruth Ostrom, Eva Ellis, Io Riddell, Alf Lampitt, Mo Price, Lou Codling, Ray Matheson, Effie Pollock, Chester Avery (Principal).


Photo courtesy of Mo Price

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Below: Official Sod Turning for the new Bill Kondro Wing of the Lakeland College, Lloydminster Campus September 21, 2006

L-R: Lloyd Snelgrove, MLA Vermilion-Lloydminster; Doug Elliott, Chairman of the Board of Governors, Lakeland College; Bill Kondro; Ken Baker, Mayor of Lloydminster; and Glenn Charlesworth, President, Lakeland College

photo courtesy of Lakeland College

Dr. Franklin Foster, explains some of the intricacies of the Danish-Prussian conflict of 1866 over "Schleswig und Holstein" to students in his Modern World History class.

Dr. Foster taught at Lakeland College, Lloydminster from 1989 to 2010