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Flu Season

As the number of H1N1 influenza cases in the province continues to increase in the province we at St. Paul Education would like to share these health tips for students and families.

Flu Shot: Alberta Health Minister Fred Horne has encouraged people who have not been immunized against influenza to do so as soon as possible.  For more information, visit www.albertahealthservices.ca or call Health Link at 1-866-408-5465.

Hand-washing:  Using soap and warm water, wash your hands often and keep your hands away from your nose, eyes, and mouth. Viruses are most likely to enter your body through these areas.

Cover your cough or sneeze:  Cover your mouth and nose with your arm or a tissue when you cough or sneeze.  Influenza is spread through the air. The virus gets in the air when someone with the disease coughs, sneezes, or even talks. People who breathe in the virus can get sick. It can also be spread by touching objects that have been coughed or sneezed on by someone with the virus.

Signs of influenza:  The flu causes a fever, body aches, a headache, a dry cough, and a sore or dry throat.  You will probably feel tired and less hungry than usual. The symptoms usually are the worst for the first 3 or 4 days. But it can take 1 to 2 weeks to get completely better.

Stay at home when sick:  Alberta Health Services advises people who have symptoms of influenza (fever, cough, headache and extreme tiredness) to stay home. 

 
School Board Financial Statements

The Board of Trustees of St. Paul Education Regional Division No. 1 has approved the 2012/13 audited financial statements along with an update to its 2013/14 budget showing an excess of revenue over expenses for 2012/13 and a small surplus for the current year.  The complete statements can be viewed under Documents - Reports - Financial Reports - 2013/14 Budget Reports - New.  To read the full press release click here.

 
School Board Elections 2013

The unofficial results of the School Board elections are in and congratulations go to our returning and new trustees:  Lorne Young, Deb Pederson, Ruven Rajoo, Rhonda Lafrance, Rhea Looy, Heather Starosielski, and Christopher Cook.  To see the press release click here.

 
F.G. Miller Jr/Sr Re-Opening
Students, staff and community members celebrated the re-opening of the
F.G. Miller Jr/Sr High School gymnasium on October 16. 
Renovations included the modernization and expansion of the gymnasium,
improved cafeteria and storage areas,
and a music room with three sound rooms. 
 
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Pictured from left to right are: Hannah Ludlage (Grade 10 student) and Dayle Oster (Grade 12 student),
Minister of Infrastructure - Honourable Wayne Drysdale,
School Board Vice-Chair Heather Starosielski, and Trustee Darrell Younghans. 
 
SPERD Honors Retirees

 

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The following retirees were recognized at the SPERD Staff Appreciation Dinner.  Pictured from left to right are Noreen Brousseau (SPRHS), Rosemarie Wisniewski (Hairy Hill Colony School), Lorne Young (EPE), Gloria Sabatier (Ashmont Secondary), Ian McGillivray (Ecole Mallaig School), Sandy Babyn (Glen Avon), and Dale Hymanyk (New Myrnam School).  Also retiring but not in attendance were Marilyn Turcotte, Larry Sample, Gordon Soldan, Linda Burrows, Diane Hennig, Pearl Fodchuk, and Shirley Pruden. 

 
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