Francophone Educators in Alberta Before 1940

CATHOLIC WOMEN RELIGIOUS ORDERCATHOLIC WOMEN RELIGIOUS ORDERS (NUNS) WHO TAUGHT IN BILINGUAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN FRANCO-ALBERTAN COMMUNITIES BEFORE 1940

Soeurs de la Charité d’Évron (Sisters of Charity of Our Lady of Evron)

BONNYVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2665

  • Location: Township 61, Range 5, W 4 Meridian, Bonnyville, AB
  • This school district was established February 26, 1912. After 1937 the Soeurs de la Charité d’Évron, with the exception of two, were replaced by the Soeurs de l’Assomption de la Sainte-Vierge Marie de Nicolet. The preliminary list in this section identifies the names of 9 Soeurs de la Charité d’Évron who taught in the Bonnyville S.D. No. 2665 before 1938.

Soeur Angélina (Plouffe) Educated at Ste. Angèle de Rouville, France

  • Bonnyville S.D. No. 2665 (1925-1937) Principal (1937-1940)

Soeur Eugénie Brevet Élémentaire de France

  • Bonnyville S.D. No. 2665 (1927-1928; 1931-1935) Principal

*Sœur Ida Tétreault

  • Bonnyville S.D. No. 2665 (1949)

*Sœur Lirette (fille de Charles Lirette)

  • Bonnyville S.D. No. 2665 (1920)

Sœur Louise Brevet Élémentaire de France

  • Bonnyville S.D. No. 2665 (1934-1937)

Sœur Marie Brevet Élémentaire de France

  • Bonnyville S.D. No. 2665 (1935)

Soeur Marie-Louise Educated at Trochu, AB

  • Bonnyville S.D. No. 2665 (1934-1936)
  • Also taught at Pontmain Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 20 (1937-1941)

*Soeur Ste. Lina

  • Bonnyville S.D. No. 2665 (unknown)

*Sœur Ste. Thérèse d’Alençon

  • Bonnyville S.D. No. 2665 (unknown)

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Francophone Educators in Alberta 1989

Soeurs de l’Assomption de la Sainte-Vierge Marie de NicoletCATHOLIC WOMEN RELIGIOUS ORDERS (NUNS) WHO TAUGHT IN BILINGUAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN FRANCO-ALBERTAN COMMUNITIES BEFORE 1940

Soeurs de l’Assomption de la Sainte-Vierge Marie de Nicolet
(Sisters of the Assumption of Holy Mary of Nicolet)

ARCTIC SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1989
Location: Section 4, Township 60, Range 9, W 4 Meridian, St. Vincent, AB
This school district was organized June 22, 1909. Its name was changed to St. Vincent S.D. 1989 in 1941. The preliminary list in this section identifies the names of 14 Soeurs de l’Assomption who taught in the Arctic S.D. 1989 before 1940.

Soeur Agnès-de l’Eucharistie Diplôme Supérieur, École Normale de Nicolet, PQ

Soeur Albert-de-Marie

  • Arctic S.D. No. 1989 (1937-1942)

Soeur Celestin de Marie

  • Arctic S.D. No. 1989 (1929; 1939-1947)
  • Also taught at Wetaskiwin Mission (1910), and École Grandin, Edmonton (1935-1939)

Soeur Marthe du Sauveur Diplôme Supérieur du Bureau des Examinateurs
Catholiques de la Province de Québec

  • Arctic S.D. No. 1989 (1933-1937)
  • Also taught at Bonnyville S.D. No. 2665 (1938), and École Grandin, Edmonton (1943-1945)

*Soeur St. Lucien d’Italie

  • Arctic S.D. No. 1989 (1932-1934)

*Soeur Ste. Armel

  • Arctic S.D. No. 1989 (1931-1933)
  • Also taught at École Grandin, Edmonton (1945-1946)

Soeur Ste. Marguerite d’Écosse

  • Arctic S.D. No. 1989 (1931-1937) Principal (1934-1936)
  • Also taught at St. Paul S.D. No. 2228 (1940)

*Soeur Ste. Marguerite de Jésus,

  • Arctic S.D. No. 1989 (1929-1931)
  • Also taught at Wetaskiwin Mission (1923-1929), St. Paul S.D. No. 2228 (1936-1937), and École Grandin, Edmonton (1932-1935; 1939-1944)

Sœur Ste. Thérèse de Lisieux Diplôme Supérieur, École Normale de Nicolet, PQ
Arctic S.D. No. 1989 (1942-1945; 1949-1952)
Also taught at St. Paul S.D. No. 2228 (1936-1940; 1952)

*Soeur Ste. Antonine de Padua

  • Arctic S.D. No. 1989 (1929-1930)
  • Also taught at Bonnyville S.D. No. 2665 (1940) Principal, and École Grandin/Sacré Coeur, Edmonton (1927-1929; 1941-1946)

Soeur Ste. Claire de Rimini

  • Arctic S.D. No. 1989 (1938-1939)
  • Also taught at St. Paul SD. No. 2228 (1931-1936; 1940- )

Soeur Ste Gaétane

  • Arctic S.D. No. 1989 (1945-1948)
  • Also taught at St. Paul S.D. No. 2228 (1931-1940)

Soeur Ste. Marguerite d’Écosse (Jeannet Macdonald)

  • Arctic S.D. No. 1989 (1931-1937) Principal (1934-1936)
  • Also taught at Wetaskiwin Mission (1926), and St. Paul School District No. 2228
  • (1940)

*Soeur Ste. Marguerite de Jésus,

  • Arctic S.D. No. 1989 (1929-1931)
  • Also taught at St. Paul S.D. No. 2228 (1936-1937), and Wetaskiwin Mission, (1926-1928)

Francophone Religious Order Teachers Filles de la Sagesse

Francophone Religious Order Teachers Filles de la SagesseCATHOLIC WOMEN RELIGIOUS ORDERS (NUNS) WHO TAUGHT IN BILINGUAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN FRANCO-ALBERTAN COMMUNITIES BEFORE 1940

Filles de la Sagesse (Daughters of Wisdom)

NORTH RED DEER ROMAN CATHOLIC PUBLIC S. D. NO. 17

Location: Red Deer, AB

This school district was organized in 1908.  It was formerly referred to as Couvent Saint Joseph.  The preliminary list in this section identifies the names of 10 Filles de la Sagesse who taught in the North Red Deer Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 17 before 1940.

Soeur Alfred

  • North Red Deer Roman Catholic Public S. D. No. 17 (1939-1940)

Soeur Charles-Marie de St. Joseph  Educated in Trois Rivières, Que.

  • North Red Deer Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 17 (1934-1940)

Soeur Denise du St. Esprit  Educated in Ste. Agathe du Maine, USA

  • North Red Deer Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 17 (1931-1940) Principal (1939)

Soeur Gabrielle de l’Eucharistie  Studied with the Srs. de Jésus-Marie in Montreal, PQ

  • North Red Deer Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 17 (1931-1939)

Soeur Gabriella-Maria  Studied with the Filles de la Sagesse, Ottawa, ON

  • North Red Deer Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 17 (1911-1940)

Sœur Maria Roy

  • North Red Deer Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 17 (1915) Principal

Soeur Marie Aimée de Jésus

  • North Red Deer Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 17 (1912)

Soeur M. Alexandre

  • North Red Deer Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 17 (1939)

Soeur M. Cyrille de Jésus   Educated in a bilingual school in Sturgeon Falls, ON

  • North Red Deer Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 17 (1916-1940)

Soeur Paul-Marie du S.-C.  Studied with the Filles de Jésus, Edmonton, AB

  • North Red Deer Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 17 (1936-1937)

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