Pembina Hills Regional Division No. 7

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Coordinates: 54°7′24″N 114°24′8″W / 54.12333°N 114.40222°W / 54.12333; -114.40222

Pembina Hills Public Schools
Location
5310 49th Street
Barrhead, Alberta, Canada
T7N 1P3

Woodlands County, County of Barrhead No. 11, Westlock County, SE portions of Big Lakes County, S portions of the M.D. of Lesser Slave River No. 124, and all towns and villages within those municipal districts.
Canada
District information
Superintendent David Garbutt
Chair of the board Jennifer Tuininga
Schools 15
Budget CA$48.6[1] million (2009-2010)
Students and staff
Students 4,590[1]
Other information
Elected trustees Kerry McElroy, Barrhead South; Nancy Keough, Swan Hills; Jackie Carson, Westlock South; Wendy Scinski, Town of Westlock; Jennifer Tuininga, Barrhead North; Jackie Comeau, Westlock North; Judy Lefebvre, Town of Barrhead
Website www.phpschools.ca

Pembina Hills Public Schools provides public education to the central Alberta communities of Westlock, Barrhead and Swan Hills and surrounding areas.

The division was created on January 1, 1995 during a wave of school board amalgamations in Alberta, during the Progressive Conservative government of Ralph Klein. Pembina Hills Public Schools was the result of a voluntary merger of Westlock School Division No. 37, the educational component of the County of Barrhead No. 11 and Swan Hills School District No. 5109.

Prior to that union, the Barrhead and Westlock areas had previously been part of a regional school division, Pembina School Division No. 37, which was split in 1947 into the Westlock and Barrhead School Divisions. In 1959, the Municipal District of Barrhead consolidated with the school district to form a county. The first school district in Swan Hills (Oil Hills School District No. 5109) was not formed until 1959.

Schools[edit]

As of 1 September 2017

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "2009-2010 PHRD Budget Report" (PDF). Pembina Hills Regional Division. Archived from the original (PDF) on 6 July 2011. Retrieved 30 June 2010.