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Manitoba Organization: Agassiz School Division No. 13

The Agassiz School Division was created on 1 April 1959 by an order of the Manitoba Minister of Education, acting on a recommendation of the MacFarlane Commission on Education and the School Divisions Boundaries Commission. It became responsible for all secondary education, grades 9 to 12, within the area of the following school districts:

Ward

School Districts

1

Beausejour School District No. 609
Cloverleaf School District No. 1638
Cromwell School District No. 1117
Garson School District No. 1375
Golden Bay School District No. 1429
Hazel Glen School District No. 1858
Lydiatt School District No. 1199
St. Ouens School District No. 909
Sebright School District No. 1182

2

Brightstar School District No. 2024
Brodie School District No. 1854
Brokenhead School District No. 472
Fatima School District No. 2334
Glenmoor School District No. 2293
Greenwald School District No. 1160
Greenwich School District No. 2005
Gull Lake School District No. 2269
Ladywood School District No. 555
Mars School District No. 1774
Sandhill School District No. 1372
Thalberg North School District No. 2270
Thalberg South School District No. 1411
Tyndall School District No. 568
White Poplar School District No. 1877

3

Allard School District No. 1172
Broadlands School District No. 1945
C. C. Irvine School District No. 2338
Chevrefils School District No. 2277
Dupont School District No. 2288
Great Falls School District No. 2011
Leonard School District No. 1911
Mud Falls School District No. 2281

4

Bird River School District No. 1700
Crescent Bay School District No. 2259
Lac du Bonnet School District No. 1235
Lee River School District No. 2104
Newcombe School District No. 1716
Pinawa School District No. 1627
Pointe du Bois School District No. 1696
Poplar Bay School District No. 2175
Riverland School District No. 1557

5

Berryland School District No. 2246
Bonar Law School District No. 1863
Brightstone School District No. 1646
Brookfield School District No. 2052
Buchan School District No. 1883
Green Bay School District No. 1010
Green Oak School District No. 1595
Julius School District No. 1943
Landerville School District No. 1888
Lonely Dale School District No. 2251
Maple Creek School District No. 2275
Milner Ridge School District No. 1859
Molson School District No. 1520
Oldenburg School District No. 968
Overwater School District No. 2349
Rattray School District No. 1372
Red Deer School District No. 1916
Seven Sisters Falls School District No. 2218
Smith Siding School District No. 1847
Winnipeg Falls School District No. 1346
Woodrow School District No. 1897

6

Birch River School District No. 1502
Darwin Station School District No. 1950
Dollard School District No. 1686
Elma School District No. 1286
Glenn School District No. 1932
Juno School District No. 1679
McMunn School District No. 1892
Midwinter School District No. 1891
Rennie School District No. 2032
Scott’s Hill School District No. 2261
Sheridan School District No. 1942
Stony Hill School District No. 1410
Whitemouth Consolidated School District No. 139

Superintendents

Period

President

1966-?

H. Keith Long

Assistant Superintendents

Period

President

1969-1983

Ernest Joseph Hafichuk (1928-2016)

See also:

Events in Manitoba History: School Divisions (1959)

Events in Manitoba History: Manitoba’s Rural School Consolidation (1905-1967)

Events in Manitoba History: School Divisions Boundaries Commission (1958-1959)

Events in Manitoba History: MacFarlane Royal Commission on Education (1957-1959)

Sources:

Report of the School Divisions Boundaries Commission, 13 January 1959, Manitoba Legislative Library, SpR 1958 Education.

“5 boards appoint new men,” Winnipeg Free Press, 1 June 1966, page 31.

We thank Nathan Kramer for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 18 January 2017

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