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Memorable
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Historic Sites of Manitoba: East St. Paul Collegiate / Robert Andrews School (3230 Manlius Avenue, RM of East St. Paul)

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Principals | Vice-Principals | Teachers | Photos & Maps | Sources

Built in 1958, the East St. Paul Collegiate hosted high school grades previously held at the nearby East St. Paul School. Its catchment area included students the Rural Municipality of East St. Paul, Donald School District, and Rural Municipality of North Kildonan. In the fall of 1960, staggered classes were held here for students who later transferred to the River East Collegiate upon its opening. After its use as a high school in the River East School Division ended, it hosted a wider span of grades and was renamed in April 1964 in commemoration of local market gardener and civil servant Robert Percy Andrews. When early grades transferred to the newly opened Birds Hill School in 1987, the school became a junior high school. The building has been expanded several times, in 1966 (four classrooms at a cost of $66,000) and 1975 (gymnasium and general improvements).

Principals

Period

Principal

1958-1970

?

1970-1972

Albert Victor Mastin (1909-1992)

1972-1989

Orest Lazaruk (1932-2008)

1989-1991

?

1991-1992

Lauren Cartwright

1992-2014

?

2014-?

T. Stoesz

Vice-Principals

Period

Vice-Principal

1989-?

Peter Dyck

Teachers

School Year

Teachers

1958-1959

Donald Ross McMaster (grade 9), Joseph L. Bergerson (grade 10)

1959-1960

Donald Ross McMaster (grade 9), Albert Donald Petkau (grade 10), Joseph L. Bergerson

1960-1961

Miss I. I. Artes, D. W. Doerksen, J. J. Grenon, E. W. Kleiman, Miss L. C. Madill, R. H. Makepeace, Donald Ross McMaster, R. Peniuk, Albert Donald Petkau, J. Regehr, H. Rempel, Alex Smaluk, Mrs. M. Stevenson, H. M. Stinson, H. Whitfield

1961-1962

?

1962-1963

?

1963-1964

?

1964-1965

Ronald Paul “Don” Dubinski, ?

1965-1966

Ronald Paul “Don” Dubinski, ?

1966-1967

Ronald Paul “Don” Dubinski, ?

1967-1968

Ronald Paul “Don” Dubinski, ?

1968-1969

Ronald Paul “Don” Dubinski, ?

1969-1970

Ronald Paul “Don” Dubinski, ?

1970-1971

Ronald Paul “Don” Dubinski, ?

1971-1972

Ronald Paul “Don” Dubinski, ?

1972-1973

Ronald Paul “Don” Dubinski, ?

1973-1974

Ronald Paul “Don” Dubinski, ?

Photos & Maps

Robert Andrews School

Robert Andrews School (October 2014)
Source: Nathan Kramer

Site Location (lat/long): N49.99049, W97.03656
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Robert Percy Andrews (1868-1949)

Sources:

“Staggered classes set at East St. Paul Collegiate,” Winnipeg Free Press, 28 August 1960, page 48.

“Named after ex-trustees,” Winnipeg Free Press, 22 April 1964, page 11.

“Municipality elections Oct. 26,” Winnipeg Free Press, 3 October 1966, page 4.

“Suburban referendums and bylaws,” Winnipeg Free Press, 27 October 1996, page 13.

“School addition vetoed by board,” Winnipeg Free Press, 27 February 1975, page 11.

“Board approves appointments,” Winnipeg Free Press Weekly North Edition, 2 July 1989, page 3.

Heritage II, A History of East St. Paul by the RM of East St. Paul, 1991.

“Attitude adjustment,” Winnipeg Free Press, 1 September 1992, page C19.

School division half-yearly attendance reports, Schedule: E 0757, Archives of Manitoba.

This page was prepared by Nathan Kramer.

Page revised: 7 August 2017

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