Historic Sites of Manitoba: Edward Schreyer School (85 Fifth Street South, Beausejour)

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In 1959, the Agassiz School Division No. 13 was formed to amalgamate numerous small schools from the surrounding rural areas in the Beausejour school system. Students from grades 1 to 4 were bussed to the Beausejour Elementary School at 344 Second Street North and grades 5 to 12 went to this school named for politician Edward Richard Schreyer. The sprawling facility included a bus garage and school division administration building.

As of 2001, the school is part of the Sunrise School Division formed by the amalgamation of rural parts of Transcona School Division No. 12 and Agassiz School Division No. 13.





Linda Faye MacIntosh Sullivan (1956-2015)


Istvan Ferenc “Steve” Meszaros (1948-2022)


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Photos & Coordinates

Edward Schreyer School

Edward Schreyer School (December 2019)
Source: Manny Jacob

Edward Schreyer School

Edward Schreyer School (December 2019)
Source: Manny Jacob

School Division office

School Division office (December 2019)
Source: Manny Jacob

School Division bus garage

School Division bus garage (December 2019)
Source: Manny Jacob

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N50.05940, W96.50927
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Manitoba Organization: Agassiz School Division No. 13


Obituary [Istvan Ferenc “Steve” Meszaros], Winnipeg Free Press, 12 February 2022.

This page was prepared by Manny Jacob and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 1 January 2024

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