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Evelyn Denhard Alice Schultz
Almie Scheibe (Paulsen) Bernie Reid
Shirley Livingston David Stewart
S irley Cormack Mel Gunson Elizabeth Pederson DennisClym
edia Stechkewich Mrs. E.A. Morgan Mr. A.D. Morgan Ben Hanuschuk Phyllis Jasper
J.L. Emery Audrey Sanderson L.B. Freison Gladys Wickdahl Olga Zemliak MorrisHykaway Teresa Maloney Mike Kerr
Neil McTavish D.L. Clink
Joan Buckingham (Lee) Wayne Copeland NadiaDrul
Sharon Borley (Wickdahl) JeanSkrupa
Vincent Skulmoski Dorothy Fleger
Leona Brownrig (McInnes) Pamela Delmage
Bonnie Gares (Sprott) Gladys Ryback
Anton Twerdochlib Ruth Boyle Rosemarie Reiniger David Walker Alexia Dolan Shirley Briese Susan Bittern Thomas Emslie Kristine Johnson Linda Lewandoski
Trudy Murray (McLaren) Clifford Pirie
Kristine Jacobson Margaret Hall
Pamela McKinnon Sharon Furman
Nancy DeRoo Terry DeRoo Jeff Kerr
Vivian Murray Bernard Bredin Dennis Whitebird Lorna Rose
Brian Bingham Vent on Beatty Dave Inglis Muriel Koscielny
Bev Learmonth (Walker)
Peggy Anderson (Sigurdson) Roxanna Bowdon (Robinson) Phyllis Maduke
Lawrence Malmquist Marjorie McKenzie John Cook
Harold Magnell Roy Johnson MikeSkatch Levi Lee
Bill Johnson Marcia Sahota Harvey Hodgins Viola Burkett Valerie Wickdahl Jan Leslie
Doris Gusdal Delores Krentz Mrs. Ewasiuk Beryl Parrott Marlon Gunnarson Anne Johnson Winnie Burkett Ollie Brookman Jean Skrupa GloriaSkog Debbie Gaywish Lome Burkett
Crocus Hill School No. 1448.
CROCUS HILL SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 1448
Organized in 1908, the property of S.W. 28-16-18W was bought from the late Henry Woodcock. The first school consisted of one room. Mr. W. Kingdon was the secretary-treasurer from 1908 until his demise in 1950. The first teacher was Miss Bella Proven and the first classes were held in April 1909 with twenty one pupils, fourteen girls and seven boys.
In 1918, they extended the school to two rooms because of an enlarged enrollment. Ethel Knox and Gwen Elliot were the first teachers in the two-room school.
During the Christmas holidays of 1935, the school burnt down. Classes were held in temporary quarters until the school was rebuilt in the summer of 1936. Miss Kathleen Wilmot was the first teacher in this new school.
In 1961, the board decided to operate as a closed school unit, transporting pupils to Erickson. In 1964, they consolidated with Erickson. The last school board was C. Kingdon - Secretary-Treasurer, W.P. Wilmot - Chair man, Pax Crawley and Joe Woychyshyn.
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