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            Series · 1961

            This series lists government files relevant to the day school in Calais. It includes records about the operations of the Sturgeon River Day School.

            File · [1920-1945]
            Part of School oversight records

            The accession includes residential school registers and reports, on microfilm, submitted to the Provincial government in the pre and post war period. In some instances, attendance records indicate a child’s death with a notation of the cause. Children’s names are occasionally organized by ‘Treaty’ or ‘Non-Treaty’ designation.

            The records include files relevant to the following schools: Lac La Biche Mission School, Atikameg school, St Augustine (Shaftsbury/ Peace River mission school), Wabasca school, St. John’s (Anglican Wabasca school), Desmarais school, Holy Angels (Fort Chipewyan mission school), and St Francis Xavier (Sturgeon Lake/ Calais mission school). All records include a description of the school’s grounds and outbuildings.

            These records also contain teacher reports, student attendance, and hiring information for schools across Alberta.

            Schools sub-series
            PR0003.004SF.0003.0001 · Sub-series · 1939-1990
            Part of Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI), Lacombe Canada fonds

            The sub-series relates to the administration of various schools in the Grouard area. The records include administrative material of the Indian Residential School (IRS) in Assumption, and Sturgeon Lake, Alberta, and consists of Codex historicus, correspondence, pay lists, quarterly reports, earned allowance forms, cashbooks, and photographs. There are also plans for the Falher College. In addition, there are brochures, press clippings, studies, and school debates for École Héritage in Jean-Côté, Alberta and records for the Holy Family separate school located in Peace River, Alberta.