History of Francophone Education in Western Canada

Catholic Bilingual Teachers Alberta Before 1940

Soeurs de la Ste. CroixCATHOLIC WOMEN RELIGIOUS ORDERS (NUNS) WHO TAUGHT IN BILINGUAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN FRANCO-ALBERTAN COMMUNITIES BEFORE 1940

Soeurs de la Ste. Croix (Sisters of the Holy Cross)

SAINT JOSEPH ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 28
Location: Township 71-72, Range 5-6, W 4 Meridian, Fort Kent, AB
This school district was organized February 4, 1928. The Soeurs de la Ste. Croix arrived to teach at Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 28 in 1938. The preliminary list in this section identifies the names of 3 Soeurs de la Ste. Croix who taught at the Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 28 before 1940.

Soeur St. Paul des Martyrs (Denise T. Morin)

  • Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 28 (1940)

Soeur Ste. Lucie du S.-C. (Jeannette Gingras) Educated in Rochester, N.H. and at
Université de Montréal

  • Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 2 (1938-1940) Principal
  • Also taught at Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1933-1938)

Soeur Ste. Raphaela (Lily Collins)

  • Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 28 (1938-1940) Principal (1940)
  • Also taught at Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1936-1938)

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