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Appendix IV: Historical Data on School Districts and Private Schools in the

R.M. of Rhineland.

Prepared by John Rempel and William 1. Kehler

The information in these charts was based on the R.M. of Rhineland By-laws and Minutes, Inspectors Reports From Mennonite School Districts and on Mary Brewster Perfect's MED Thesis, "100 Years in the History of Rural Schools of Manitoba: Their Formation, Re­ organization and Dissolution 1871-1971", (University of Manitoba, 1978).

Much of the information on Private Schools is based on conversations with older people who had been students in the private schools of that era.

Notes Regarding Rhineland and Garden Valley School Divisions

Rhineland School Division (Multi-District) providing secondary education services was established by referendum in the spring of 1963, to be effective January 1, 1964. Rhineland School Division (Unitary) was established by Order-in-Council on August 19, 1971, to be effective January 1, 1972.

Garden Valley School Division (Multi-District) providing secondary education services was established to be effective January 1, 1964.

Garden Valley School Division (Unitary) was established by Order-in-Council to be effective January 1, 1973.

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