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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Dauphin Regional Comprehensive Secondary School (330 Mountain Road, Dauphin)

Link to:
Principals | Vice-Principals | Teachers | Photos & Coordinates | Sources

Built in 1971 at a cost of around $5 million, this educational complex in Dauphin was designed to host 1,300 students. Enrollment spanned grades 9-12 from the Dauphin Ochre School Area (now the Dauphin Ochre School Division), Duck Mountain School Division, Intermountain School Division, and Turtle River School Division. The school opened to students in the Fall of 1971 and was opened officially by Premier Edward Schreyer on 11 January 1972.

Principals

Period

Principal

Before 1971

See Dauphin Collegiate

1971-?

Morris W. Campbell

?-1978

?

1978-1982

John Suderman

Vice-Principals

Period

Vice-Principal

Before 1971

See Dauphin Collegiate

1971-?

Norris George Aitken (1913-2001)

?-1978

?

1978-1980

William Kesanko

1980-1981

?

1981-1982

Barry Nadolny

Teachers

School Year

Teachers

Before 1971

See Dauphin Collegiate

1971-1972

?

1972-1973

?

1973-1974

?

1974-1975

?

1975-1976

?

1976-1977

?

1977-1978

?

1978-1979

Philip Alexiuk, Louis Baltus, Dorothy Beddows, Patricia Best, Michael Beyak, John Bilous, Michael Borowski, Gilbert Chacun, William Clark, Donald Cleaver, Howard Cobbe, Donald Cronk, Allison Drysdale, Abbas Elias, Fred Fjeldsted, Lawrence Gandza, Mabel Geisel, Earl Gibbs, Jack Glaab, Ernest Harrison, Nick Hudyma, Ivan Innerst, Adam Juce, Martin Koroscil, Virginia LaFond, Thomas MacNair, Arnold Malanchuk, Larry McDougall, Donald Morgan, Walter Nakonechny, Garry Nicholson, Alexander Paul, Darlene Pelechaty, Eleanor Pelky, George Pongoski, Ranjit Sarin, Kenneth Smaluck, Blanche Smith, Geraldine Tennant, John Tkach, William Walley, Margaret Warrian, Bruce Watson

1979-1980

Philip Alexiuk, Louis Baltus, Dorothy Beddows, Patricia Best, Michael Beyak, John Bilowus, Michael Borowski, Gilbert Chacun, William Clark, Howard Cobbe, Donald Cronk, Gwen Davies, Abbas Elias, Fred Fjeldsted, Lawrence Gandza, Mabel Geisel, Earl Gibbs, Jack Glaab, Ernest Harrison, Nick Hudyma, Leona Kyshka (librarian), Ivan Innerst, Jim Johnston, Adam Juce, Martin Koroscil, Virginia LaFond, Marrianne McNabb, Thomas MacNair, Arnold Malanchuk, Larry McDougall, Donald Morgan, Walter Nakonechny, Garry Nicholson, Alexander Paul, Darlene Pelechaty, George Pongoski, Ranjit Sarin, Tony Sluis, Allison Smaluck, Kenneth Smaluck, Blanche Smith, Eleanor Snitka, Gerald Tennant, John Tkach, William Walley, Margaret Warrian

1980-1981

Philip Alexiuk, John Andrelunas, Louis Baltus (power mechanics), Patricia Best (business), Michael Beyak (auto body), John Bilowus, Michael Boroski (power mechanics), Robert Burton (power mechanics), William Clark, Howard Cobbe (building construction), Donald Cronk, Gwen Davies, Abbas Elias (commercial art), Fred Fjeldsted, Lawrence Gandza, Mabel Geisel, Earl Gibbs, Jack Glaab (electricity), Ernest Harrison, Nick Nudyma (business), Ivan Innerst, Adam Juce, Barbara Kehrstephan, Henry Kingerski (building construction), Martin Koroscil (guidance), Virginia LaFond (librarian), Thomas MacNair (business), Arnold Malanchuk, Inky Mark (special education), Larry McDougall (physical education), Donald Morgan (metals), Walter Nakoneshny, Gary Nicholson (electricity), Alexander Paul, Darlene Pelechaty (business), George Pongoski (foods), Roy Rudachek (foods), Ranjit Sarin (drafting), Allison Smaluck (physical education), Kenneth Smaluck, Blanche Smith, Eleanor Snitka (cosmetology), Wayne Telfer (native education), Geraldine Tennant (business), John Tkach, William Walley, Margaret Warrian (home economics)

1981-1982

Philip Alexiuk, John Andrelunas, Louis Baltus (power mechanics), Patricia Best (business), Michael Beyak (auto body), John Bilowus, Michael Borowski (power mechanics), Gil Chacun (building construction), William Clark, Howard Cobbe (building construction), Donald Cronk, Gwen Davies, Ed Domaratzki (business), Abbas Elias (commercial art), Fred Fjeldsted, Lawrence Gandza, Mabel Geisel, Earl Gibbs (graphics), Murray Gray (auto body), William Gulenchin (special), Ernest Harrison, Lorne Heslip (power mechanics), Nick Hudyma (business), Ivan Innerst, Adam Juce, Barbara Kehrstephan (guidance), Martin Koroscil (guidance), Virginia LaFond (librarian), Arnold Malanchuk, Larry McDougall (physical education), Donald Morgan (metals), Inky Mark (special), Walter Nakoneshny, Gary Nicholson (electricity), Alexander Paul, Darlene Pelechaty (business), Lou Phaneuf (foods), George Pongoski (food), Ranjit Sarin (drafting), Allison Smaluck (physical education), Kenneth Smaluck, Blanche Smith, Eleanor Snitka (cosmetology), Wayne Telfer (remedial), Geraldine Tennant (business), John Tkach, William Walley, Margaret Warrian (home economics)

Photos & Coordinates

Dauphin Regional Comprehensive Secondary School

Site Location (lat/long): N51.14674, W100.03831
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: MacKenzie School / Dauphin Collegiate (212 First Street NE, Dauphin)

Sources:

“Courses set for new Dauphin Vocational School,” Winnipeg Free Press, 2 February 1971, page 47.

“Operation assured,” Winnipeg Free Press, 6 August 1971, page 51.

“Dancing, liquor banned at Dauphin Regional School,” Winnipeg Free Press, 30 August 1971, page 50.

Premier's speeches (EC 0030), GR6792, Dauphin Regional Comprehensive Secondary School Official Opening - January 11, 1972, Archives of Manitoba.

“Dauphin Regional School rates for students set,” Winnipeg Free Press 16 June 1972, page 65.

“Dauphin boy wins top award,” Winnipeg Free Press 28 June 1972, page 14.

“Twelve new faces among staff at Dauphin-Ochre schools,” Dauphin Herald, 6 September 1978, page 2.

“Dauphin Ochre teaching staff down slightly from last term,” Dauphin Herald, 12 September 1979, page 19.

“Teachers for 1980/81,” Dauphin Herald, 27 August 1980, page 16.

“School bells ring today,” Dauphin Herald, 2 September 1981, page 4.

This page was prepared by Nathan Kramer.

Page revised: 30 June 2021

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