Sisters of Charity of Montreal Gray Nuns and Francophone Education

Soeurs Grises ou Soeurs de la Charité de MontréalCATHOLIC WOMEN RELIGIOUS ORDERS (NUNS) WHO TAUGHT IN BILINGUAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN FRANCO-ALBERTAN COMMUNITIES BEFORE 1940

Soeurs Grises ou Soeurs de la Charité de Montréal
(Grey Nuns or Sisters of Charity of Montreal)

LEGAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1738
Location: Section 2, Township 57, Range 25, W 4 Meridian, Legal, AB
This school district was established December 14, 1907. The Soeurs Grises arrived in Legal in 1920 and opened a boarding school and a convent in 1923 (Couvent du Sacré-Coeur). The preliminary list in this section identifies the names of 13 Soeurs Grises who taught in the Legal S.D. No. 1738 before 1940.

Soeur Arcand Educated in St. Albert and Legal, AB

  • Legal S.D. No. 173 (1938-1939)

Soeur Belley Educated at Legal, AB, attended the Calgary Normal School, AB

  • Legal S.D. No. 1738 (1934-1939)

Soeur Blanchette Educated in Gaspésie, PQ, and studied with the Fidèles
Compagnes de Jésus, Lafond, AB

  • Legal S.D. No. 1738 (1938)

*Soeur Corriveau

  • Legal S.D. No. 1738 (1928)

*Soeur Costello

  • Legal S.D. No. 1738 (1928)

Soeur Germaine Côté Studied with the Soeurs Grises, attended the Calgary Normal
School, AB

  • Legal S.D. No. 1738 (1928-1933; 1937-1939) Principal (1928)

Soeur Grégoire Studied with the Soeurs de l’Assomption de Spencer, Mass., attended
the Calgary Normal School, AB

  • Legal S.D. No. 1738 (1925-1936) Principal

Soeur Laforce Educated in Legal, AB, and at the Separate School 103e Street,
Edmonton, AB

  • Legal S.D. No. 1738 (1937)

Soeur Langlois Studied with the Soeurs de la Congrégation de Notre-Dame, St. Jean
d’Iberville, PQ

  • Legal S.D. No. 1738 (1930-1934) Superior

Soeur Lapointe B.A. Université de Montréal and in 1936 was preparing her M.A.

  • Legal S.D. No. 1738 (1936-1938)

Soeur Lemire Studied with the Soeurs de Jésus-Marie, Gravelbourg, SK, and attended
Normal School in Saskatchewan.

Legal S.D. No. 1738 (1931-1938)

Soeur Marguerite Marie Côté

  • Legal S.D. No. 1738 (1939) Principal

Soeur Métivier

  • Legal S.D. No. 1738 (1938-1939) Superior

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Vegreville Francophone Schools Before 1940

Sœur Charles de la ProvidenceCATHOLIC WOMEN RELIGIOUS ORDERS (NUNS) WHO TAUGHT IN BILINGUAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN FRANCO-ALBERTAN COMMUNITIES BEFORE 1940

Soeurs de la Providence de St. Brieux (Daughters of Providence)

ST. MARTIN ROMAN CATHOLIC PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 16
Location: Vegreville, AB
This school district was organized in 1906. The preliminary list in this section identifies the names of 10 Soeurs de la Providence de St. Brieux who taught at St. Martin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 16 before 1940.

Soeur Adélaide
St. Martin Roman Catholic Public S. D. No. 16 (1907; 1938-1939)

Soeur Charles de la Providence

  • St. Martin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 16 (1940) Superior
  • Also taught at Guy Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 30 (1932-1937)

Soeur Jean du Calvaire

  • St. Martin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 16 (1936)

*Soeur Madeleine

  • St. Martin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 16 (1907)

Soeur Marie de Bethleem

  • St. Martin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 16 (1938-1940)

Soeur Marie-Théophane

  • St. Martin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 16 (1938-1940)

Soeur St. Alain

  • St. Martin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 16 (1937-1940)

*Soeur St. Léonard

  • St. Martin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 16 (1907)

Soeur Ste. Agnès

  • St. Martin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 16 (1936-1938)

Soeur Thérèse-Marie

  • St. Martin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 16 (1937)

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Soeurs de la Providence de St. Brieux School District 30 Before 1940

Sœur Charles de la Providence   CATHOLIC WOMEN RELIGIOUS ORDERS (NUNS) WHO TAUGHT IN BILINGUAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN FRANCO-ALBERTAN COMMUNITIES BEFORE 1940

Soeurs de la Providence de St. Brieux (Daughters of Providence)

GUY ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 30
Location: Township 77-78, Range 19-20, W 4 Meridian, Guy, AB
The school district was established July 12, 1930, and in 1931 the Soeurs de la Providence arrived to teach at the school. The preliminary list in this section identifies the names of 9 Soeurs de la Providence de St. Brieux who taught in the Guy Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 30 before 1940.

*Sœur Béatrice de la Croix

  • Guy Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 30 (1938)

Sœur Charles de la Providence University Diploma, Mont Ste. Marie, PQ

  • Guy Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 30 (1933-1937)
  • Also taught at St. Martin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 16 (1940) Superior

Soeur Denise-Hélène

  • Guy Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 30 (1938-1939)

Soeur Germaine-Monique Educated by the Soeurs de l’Assomption, Ste. Agathe de
Laval, PQ

  • Guy Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 30 (1938-1939)

Soeur Jean de Gethsémani
Guy Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 30 (1933-1939) Principal (1938-1939)

*Soeur Jean Placide (Leblanc)
Guy Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 30 (1931-1932)

Soeur Louis-Omer (Noëlla Leblanc) From Donnelly, AB, Educated at Grouard, AB

  • Guy Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 30 (1932-1937) Principal

*Soeur Marie du Cénacle

  • Guy Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 30 (1931-1932)

Soeur Yvonne de Jésus Educated in Sherbrook, PQ

  • Guy Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 30 (1936-1937)

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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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St. Aubin School District and Francophone Education

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)

ST. AUBIN ROMAN CATHOLIC PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 24
Location : Chauvin, AB
This school district was organized in 1919. The preliminary list in this section identifies the names of 14 Soeurs de la Ste. Croix who taught at the St. Aubin Catholic Public S.D. No. 14 before 1940.

Soeur Marie de St. Aimé du Saint-Sacrement (Berthe Chartier) Nashua, N.H.

  • St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1940) Superior
  • Also taught at Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1922), and Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1920)

Soeur Marie de St. Médard (Dolores Rocheleau) Educated by the Sœurs de la Ste-
Croix at New Bedford, Plainfield, Conn.

  • St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1933-1937) Principal (1936-1937)
  • Also taught at Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1920-1922), Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1937-1943) Superior and Principal, and Notre Dame de Lourdes, Ont. (1959-1964) Assistante à la Supérieur Générale

Sœur Marie de Ste. Claudine Educated at the Pensionnat de Lachûte, PQ

  • St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1935-1936)
  • Also taught at Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1933-1935)

Soeur Marie Ste. Honorius (Blanche Chevalier) Educated at St. Alban, Vermont, and in
Ontario

  • St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1938-1939) Principal
  • Also taught at Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1928-1937) Principal

Soeur Marie St. Edouard de la Croix (Cécil Leclerc) Educated at St. Laurent, PQ

  • St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1936)
  • Also taught at Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1937-1939)

Soeur St. Gabriel de la Passion (Évangeline Tison) Educated at Académie Laurier by
the Srs. de la Ste. Croix, Montréal

  • St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1933-1937)
  • Also taught at Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1938-1939)

Soeur St. Louis-Philippe

  • St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1940)
  • Also taught at Falher Consolidated School District No. 69 (1939)

Soeur Ste. Alma Educated by the Soeurs de la Ste. Croix in Mass.
St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1939)

Soeur Ste. Dora

  • St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1938)

Soeur Ste. Germaine (Germaine Lambert) Educated in Falher, AB

  • St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1938)
  • Also taught at Lafond S.D. No. 3304 (1941-1950)

Soeur Ste. Léonide (Alice Paré)

  • St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1935) Supérieure

Soeur Ste. Marie de Gethsémanie

  • St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1939) Principal
  • Also taught at Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1928-1931)

Soeur Ste.Thérèse d’Avila (Yvonne Villeneuve)

  • St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1939)
  • Also taught at Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1922-1939), Lafond S.D. No. 3304 (1940-1942) Principal, and Girouxville S.D. No. 4352 (1943-1953) Principal

Soeur Ste. Yvonne (Yvonne Brien)

  • St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1940) Superior
  • Also taught at Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1931; 1938-1939), Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1936-1937), and Girouxville S.D. No. 4352 (1958-1962) Principal

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Gatholic Women in Albertan Bilingual Schools 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)

LAFOND SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 3304
Location: Township 56, Range 10, W 4 Meridian, Lafond, AB
This school district was established September 10, 1915. The preliminary list in this section identifies the names of 3 Filles de la Ste. Croix who taught in the Lafond S.D. No. 3304 before 1940.

Soeur St. Joseph de la Paix

  • Lafond .S.D. 3304 (1940)

Soeur Ste. Germaine (Germaine Lambert) Educated at Falher, AB

Lafond S.D. No.3304 (1941-1950)

  • Also taught at St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1938)

Soeur Ste. Thérèse d’Avila (Yvonne Villeneuve)
Lafond S.D. No. 3304 (1940-1942) Principal

  • Also taught at Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1922-1939), St. Aubin Roman
  • Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1939), and Girouxville S.D. No. 4352 (1942-1953) Principal

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Franco Albertan Educators in Bilingual Schools 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)

FALHER CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 69
Location: Township 77-78, Range 21-22, W 5 Meridian, Falher, AB
This school district was organized December 8, 1919. The preliminary list in this section identifies the names of 28 Soeurs de la Ste. Croix who taught in the Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 before 1940.

Soeur Louis St. Philippe

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1939)
  • Also taught at St. Aubin Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 24 (1940)

Soeur Marie de St. Aimé du Saint-Sacrement (Berthe Chartier) Nashua, N.H.

  • Falher Consolidated S.D.No. 69 (1920)
  • Also taught at St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1940) Principal, and Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1922)

*Soeur Marie de St. Alphonse de Ligourie

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1922) Principal
  • Also taught at Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1929)

*Soeur Marie de St. David (Ida Grenier) New Bedford, Mass.

  • Falher Consolidated S. D. No. 69 (1920) Principal

Soeur Marie de St. Médard (Dolores Rocheleau) Studied with the Srs. de la Ste. Croix
at New Bedford, Plainfield Conn.

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1920-1922)
  • Also taught at Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1937-1943) Superior and Principal, St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1933-1937) Principal (1936-1937), and Notre Dame de Lourdes, Ont. (1959-1964) Assistance à la Supérieure Générale

Soeur Marie de Ste. Claudine Educated at the Pensionnat de Lachûte, P.Q.

  • Falher Consolidated S.D.No. 69 (1933-1935)
  • Also taught at St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1936)

*Soeur Marie de Ste. Emmelie

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1920-1921)

*Soeur Marie de Ste. Hermenie (Martine Bergevin) Sainte-Martine, P.Q.

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1920)

*Sœur Marie de Ste. Scholastique (Albertine Nepveu)

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1921-1922)

Soeur Marie du St. Sacrement

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1936)

*Soeur Marie-Irène

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1939)

Soeur Marie St. Edoaurd de la Croix (Cécile Leclerc) Educated at St. Laurent, PQ

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1937-1939)
  • Also taught at St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1936)

Soeur St. Anthime Studied with the Srs .de la Congrégation Notre Dame at St.

  • Eustache, PQ.
  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1936)

*Sœur St. Ephrem (Cat. Doucet)

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (unknown)

Soeur St. Joseph-Augustin

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1932-1938)

Soeur St. Pierre-de-Rome (Euphrasia St. Pierre)

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1933-1939)
  • Also taught at Tangent S.D. No. 4474 (1943)

Soeur St. Pierre de Seville (Réjane Cyr)

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1939)

Soeur Ste. Agnès (Cécile Bouchard)

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1930-1939) Principal (1937-1938)
  • Also taught at Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1949-1950) Principal

Soeur Ste. Clotilda (Emérentienne Lauzon)

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1931; 1939)

*Soeur Ste. Collette (C. Limoges)

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69, (1931)

Soeur Ste. Eulalie de Mérida (Germaine Landry)

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1931-1939) Principal

Soeur Ste. Marie de Gethsémanie

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1928-1931)
  • Also taught at St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1939) Superior

Soeur Ste. Marius (Marie-Rose Rousseau)

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1939)

Soeur Ste. Myriam

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1939)

Soeur Ste. Raphaela (Lily Collins)

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

Soeur Ste. Régine (Emilienne Côté)

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1931-1939)

Soeur Ste. Thérèse d’Avila (Yvonne Villeneuve)

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1922-1939)
  • Also taught at St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1939), Lafond S.D. No. 3304 (1940-1941) Principal, and Girouxville S.D. No. 4352 (1942-1953) Principal

Soeur Ste. Yvonne (Yvonne Brien)

  • Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1936-1937)
  • Also taught at Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1931; 1938-1939), St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1940) Superior, and Girouxville S.D. No. 4352 (1958-1962) Principal

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Franco Albertan Educators Before 1940 Soeurs de la Ste. Croix (Sisters of the Holy Cross)

 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)

DONNELLY CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 66
Location : Township 77-78, Range 20-21, W 5 Meridian, Donnelly, AB
This school district was established October 24, 1919. The preliminary list in this section identifies the names of 11 Soeurs de la Ste. Croix who taught in the Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 before 1940.

Soeur Marie de St. Aimé du Saint-Sacrement (Berta Chartier) Nashu, N.H.

*Soeur Marie de St. Alphonse de Ligourie

  • Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1929)
  • Also taught at Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1922) Principal

Soeur Marie de St. Médard (Dolores Rocheleau) Educated by the Srs. de la Ste. Croix
at New Bedford, Plainfield, Conn.

  • Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1937-1943) Superior and Principal
  • Also taught at St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D.No. 24 (1933-1937) Principal (1936-1937), Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1920-1922), and Notre Dame de Lourdes, Ont. (1949-1964) Assistance à la Supérieure Générale

Soeur Marie de Ste. Colette d’Assise (Cécile Limoges) Educated in St. Paul, AB

  • Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1933-1939)

Soeur Marie de Ste. Honorius (Blanche Chevalier) Educated at St. Alban, Vermont,
and in Ontario

  • Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1928-1937) Principal
  • Also taught at St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 66 (1938-1939)
  • Principal

Sœur St. Gabriel de la Passion (Evangéline Tison) Educated at Académie Laurier by
the Srs.de la Ste. Croix, Montréal

  • Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1938-1939)
  • Also taught at St. Aubin Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 24 (1933-1937)

*Soeur St. Nérée (Doria St. Hilaire)

  • Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1928) Founder of the school.

Soeur Ste. Agnès (Cécile Bouchard)

  • Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1949-1950)
  • Also taught at Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1930-1939) Principal (1937-1938)

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

  • Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1933-1938)
  • Also taught at Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Separate S.D. No. 28 (1938-1940)Principal

Soeur Ste. Thérèse des Anges (Thérèse Laurion)

  • Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1937-1939; 1943-1949; 1956-1977) Principal
  • Also taught at Girouxville S.D. No. 4352 (1954-1955) Principal

Soeur Ste. Yvonne (Yvonne Brien)

  • Donnelly Consolidated S.D. No. 66 (1938-1939)
  • Also taught at Falher Consolidated S.D. No. 69 (1931; 1936-1937), St. Aubin Roman Catholic Separate S.D.No. 24 (1940) Principal, and Girouxville S.D. No. 4352 (1958-1962) Principal

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Trochu Alberta Francophone Education

Sisters of Charity of Our Lady of EvronCATHOLIC 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)
PONTMAIN ROMAN CATHOLIC PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 20
Location:  Trochu, AB
This school district was organized in 1911.  The preliminary list in this section identifies the names of 4 Soeurs de la Charité d’Évron who taught in the Pontmain Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 20 before 1940.
Soeur Albertine
  • Pontmain Roman Catholic Public S .D. No. 20 (1938-1941)
Soeur Marie-Alphonse
  • Pontmain Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 20 (1936)
Soeur Marie-Gabriel
  • Pontmain Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 20 (1912-1946) Principal
Soeur Marie-Louise
  • Pontmain Roman Catholic Public S.D. No. 20 (1937-1941)
  • Also taught at Bonnyville S.D. No. 25 (1934-1936)

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Francophone Resources Saskatchewan

francophone resourcesRESOURCES – FRANCOPHONE HISTORY AND EDUCATION AND SASKATCHEWAN

Below you will find a short list  of online resources covering the history of communities established by French-speaking settlers in Saskatchewa.  Click here for Alberta and Manitoba.

  • THE HISTORY OF FRANCOPHONE EDUCATION IN SASKATCHEWAN

See Dr. Richard Julien’s CV.

http://www.usask.ca/education/people/julienr.htm#books

  • SOCIÉTÉ HISTORIQUE DE LA SASKATCHEWAN

The historical society site lists publications on Francophone history and education and provides links to other historical sites.

http://www.societehisto.com/

http://www.societehisto.com/livres_deja_publies_n108_t1446.html

  • ENCYCLOPÉDIE VIRTUELLE DES COMMUNAUTÉS FRANCOPHONES ET ACADIENNES DU CANADA

The site covers various topics on the history, culture, education, and contributions of Francophones in Saskatchewan

http://www.evcfa.ca/saskatchewan

  • THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SASKATCHEWAN

There is a section on French education in Saskatchewan.

http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/french_education_in_saskatchewan.html

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