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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Morris-Macdonald Collegiate, Sanford / Sanford Collegiate (Sanford, RM of Macdonald)

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Located at Sanford in the Rural Municipality of Macdonald, this secondary grade facility was built in 1961 for the Morris-Macdonald School Division No. 19. Classes at this site began on 3 January 1962, taking over from previous quarters at Sanford School. In its early years, this school was also known as the Morris-Macdonald Collegiate, Sanford.

Principals

Period

Principal

1961-1962

James Austin Delgaty (1894-1974)

1962-1965

John A. Dyck

1965-1973

Joseph Watson Kachor (1923-1985)

1973-1975

?

1975-1989

Bill Bumstead

1989-2016

?

2016-?

B. Curtis

Teachers

School Year

Teachers

1961-1962

Harold Hershel Dashevsky (grade 12), Verlie Junkin (grade 11), Alex Sabeski (grade 10), Henry Richard Schellenberg (grade 9), Bernard Stobbe (grade 9)

1962-1963

Verlie Junkin (grade 12), Iris Margaret McKerlie (grade 11), Henry Richard Schellenberg (grade 10), ? (grade 9)

1963-1964

Elenore Helene Friesen (grade 12), Verlie Junkin (grade 9), Harold David Nightingale (grade 10), Henry Richard Schellenberg (grade 11)

1964-1965

Elenore Helene Friesen (grade 12), Verlie Junkin (grade 9), Harold David Nightingale (grade 10), Henry Richard Schellenberg (grade 11)

1965-1966

Martin Harvey Israels (grade 12), Verlie Junkin (grade 11), Phyllis Muriel Wade (grade 11), Ray Stafford Zerbin (grade 10), ? (grade 9)

1966-1967

Nancy Martha Colleen Clark (grade 10), Choy-Len Hew (grade 11), Raymond Lawrence Sittler (grade 9), Ray Stafford Zerbin (grade 10)

1967-1968

Judy Helene Claeys Asplin (grade 10), Heather Marie Bouchen (grade 10), Nancy Martha Colleen Clark (grade 10), Choy-Len Hew (grade 11), Verlie Junkin (grade 12), Bert Alan Swischuk (grade 11), John Randall Wier (grade 9)

1968-1969

Judy Helene Claeys Asplin (grade 11), Nancy Martha Colleen Clark (grade 10), Lorraine Dawn Hawkins (grade 10), Choy-Len Hew (grade 11), John Alan Horner (grade 10), Verlie Junkin (grade 12), Donald Richard Lepper (grade 9), John Randall Wier (grade 9), Ray Stafford Zerbin (grade 12)

1969-1970

Judy Helene Claeys Asplin (grade 10), Lorraine Dawn Hawkins (grade 11), Choy-Len Hew (grade 11), John Alan Horner (grade 9), Verlie Junkin (grade 12), Donald Richard Lepper (grade 10), Heather Marie Boughen Lewko (grade 12), Robert Philip “Phil” McBurney (grade 11), John Randall Wier (grade 9), Ray Stafford Zerbin (grade 10)

Photos & Coordinates

Morris-Macdonald Collegiate

Morris-Macdonald Collegiate (October 1967)
Source: Archives of Manitoba, Manitoba Local Government Boundaries Commission, File 7b Sanford

Sanford Collegiate

Sanford Collegiate (November 2022)
Source: Rose Kuzina

Site Location (lat/long): N49.68313, W97.43731
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Sanford School No. 86 (Sanford, RM of Macdonald)

Sources:

Manitoba Local Government Boundaries Commission, Schools in Manitoba - Volume 2, Sanford Consolidated School - File 7B, March 1968, Archives of Manitoba.

Manitoba School Records Collection, Sanford School District No. 86 Daily Registers, GR0638, Archives of Manitoba.

“The Morris - Macdonald School Division [Sanford Collegiate Institute],” Winnipeg Free Press, 25 March 1961, page 43.

Sanford-Ferndale, 1871-1987 by Sanford-Ferndale History Committee, 1989.

This page was prepared by Nathan Kramer.

Page revised: 14 November 2022

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