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Historic Sites of Manitoba: George Fitton School (1129 Third Street, Brandon)

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This school in Brandon, named for school board official George Fitton, opened in 1954 on the former site of McLaren School. It was expanded in 1966.





William John Peden (1903-1991)

Teachers (partial list)

School Year



Mrs. J. Amiotte (ungraded), Mrs. M. Bell (grade 5), Mrs. P. Bowslaugh (grade 1), Miss C. Bridgett (grade 5), Mrs. Cairns (grade 6), Miss D. Chaikin (grade 2), Mrs. C. Chudley (grade 4), Mrs. L. Gregor, Mrs. C. Larson (grade 4), Mrs. V. Olenick (grade 3), Mr. D. J. Palidwar (grade 6), Miss J. Pickard (grade 4), Mrs. E. Rollins (grade 2), Mrs. J. Shewan (grade 1), Mrs. R. Wightman (kindergarten)

Photos & Maps

Site Location (lat/long): N49.83266, W99.94154
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: George Arthur Fitton (1875-1956)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: McLaren School (1031 Sixth Street, Brandon)


Brandon Elementary Schools, 1867-1979, Canada-Confederation, Brandon School Division, 1967.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 21 December 2014

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