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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Linden Lanes School (49 Silver Birch Drive, Brandon)

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This Brandon school opened in 1964.

Principals

Period

Principal

1964-1968

Donald Sutherland Sumner (1928-2014)

Vice-Principals

Period

Vice-Principal

1964-1965

Mrs. B. G. Carroll

1965-1966

?

1966-1967

F. S. Szturm

Teachers

School Year

Teachers

1964-1965

Mrs. S. M. Burns, Miss M. J. Dietrich, D. W. Griffith, Mrs. S. Miller (kindergarten), Mrs. I. Shobrooke, Mrs. V. A. Sparks

1965-1966

Miss B. F. Babcock, Mrs. S. M. Burns, Mrs. J. L. Chapple, Miss M. J. Dietrich, D. W. Griffith, Mrs. M. M. Johnston, Mrs. D. L. Minary, Mrs. V. A. Sparks, Miss G. A. Thiele (kindergarten)

1966-1967

Miss M. E. Blain (grade 4), Mrs. S. M. Burns (grade 2), Mrs. J. Curtis (grade 8), Mrs. A. L. Douglas (grade 4), D. W. Griffith (grade 6), Mrs. G. V. Harvey (grade 2), Mrs. D. L. Minary (grade 1), Mrs. C. A. Orser (kindergarten), Mrs. P. M. Reid (grade 4), W. G. Smallwood (grade 5), Mrs. V. A. Sparks (grade 3), Donald S. Sumner (grade 7), Mrs. M. J. Tosh (grade 4), Miss B. G. G. Virgo (grade 1)

Photos & Coordinates

Linden Lanes School

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.83009, W99.97881
denoted by symbol on the map above

Sources:

“39 newcomers on elementary staff,” Brandon Sun, 19 August 1964, page 13.

“191 teachers placed here,” Brandon Sun, 20 August 1965, page 8.

“Over 200 elementary teachers,”Brandon Sun, 23 August 1966, page 16.

Brandon Elementary Schools, 1867-1979, Canada-Confederation, Brandon School Division, 1967.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 3 June 2021

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