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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Green Bay School No. 1010 (RM of Brokenhead)

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The Green Bay School District was established formally in May 1899 and a one-room schoolhouse operated at SW15-13-8E in the Rural Municipality of Brokenhead. At one point, a second one-room schoolhouse operated at the site, each with its own teacher. In January 1968, the district was dissolved and its catchment area became part of the Agassiz School Division.

Principals

Period

Principal

1932-1933

Jessie Weir Little

1933-1934

Elsie Rowena Ritchie (1892-1992)

1934-1936

Alma Yager

1936-1940

Elta Horn Atkins Borrowman Larson (1901-1993)

1940-1941

Clarice Leslie

1941

Vera Dougherty

1942

Nellie C. Rowe

1942-1943

Norine May Baldwin

1943-1944

Katherine Fast

1944-1945

Anne Henrietta Wiebe

1945-1946

Mary Driedger

1946-1948

John William Mosquin (1926-2004)

1948-1949

Pearl Celia Bayduza

1949-1950

Iris Sirnik

1953-1953

Edna May Lee

1953-1954

Gertrude Anne Watt

1954-1956

Martin Okolita

1956-1957

Florence Marilyn MacLeod

1957-1958

Julian Lucyshen

1958-1960

Darlene C. Lucyshen

1960-1964

Ronald Paul “Don” Dubinski (c1942-1974)

1964-1967

Adolph Richard Rattai

1967-1968

Olga Jane Gerard

Teachers

School Year

Teachers

1932-1933

Jessie Weir Little (grades 4-7), Helen Bulkeley Lodge (grades 1-3)

1933-1934

Helen Bulkeley Lodge (grades 1-3), Elsie R. Ritchie (grades 4-8)

1934-1935

Elta Borrowman (grades 1-3), Alma Yager (grades 4-8)

1935-1936

Elta Borrowman (grades 1-3), Alma Yager (grades 4-8)

1936-1937

Elta Borrowman (grades 4-8), L. Bourbonnais (grades 1-3, 1936), Georgette Mary Gilmore (grades 1-3)

1937-1938

Elta Borrowman (grades 4-9), Georgette Mary Gilmore (grades 1-3)

1938-1939

Elta Borrowman (grades 4-8), Georgette Mary Gilmore (grades 1-3)

1939-1940

Elta Borrowman (grades 4-9), Minnie Jean Gliddon (grades 1-3)

1940-1941

Minnie Jean Gliddon (grades 1-3), Clarice Leslie (grades 4-9)

1941-1942

Vera Dougherty (grades 4-9, 1941), Minnie Jean Gliddon (grades 1-3), Nellie C. Rowe (grades 4-9, 1942)

1942-1943

Norine May Baldwin (grades 5-9), Evelyn Josephine Rosen (grades 1-4)

1943-1944

Katherine Fast (grades 5-8), Beatrice Lillian Remus (grades 1-4)

1944-1945

Mary Duerksen (grades 1-4), Anne Henrietta Wiebe (grades 5-8)

1945-1946

Mary Driedger (grades 5-9), Nora Reimer (grades 1-4)

1946-1947

John William Mosquin (grades 5-10), Mary Mosquin (grades 1-4)

1947-1948

John William Mosquin (grades 5-10), Mary Mosquin (grades 1-4)

1948-1949

Pearl Celia Bayduza (grades 5-9), Mary Mosquin (grades 1-4)

1949-1950

Emily M. Rubenuk (grades 1-5), Iris Sirnik (grades 6-10)

1950-1951

Edna May Lee (grades 5-9), Helen Senkiw (grades 1-4)

1951-1952

Edna May Lee (grades 5-10), Margaret Yacyna (grades 1-4)

1952-1953

Edna May Lee (grades 5-9), Margaret Yacyna (grades 1-4)

1953-1954

Mary Alice Ulman (grades 1-4), Gertrude Anne Watt (grades 5-10)

1954-1955

Walter Dziadow (grades 1-4, 1955), Martin Okolita (grades 5-10), Mary Alice Schewe (grades 1-4, 1954)

1955-1956

John William Gross (grades 1-4, 1956), Martin Okolita (grades 5-10), Mary Alice Schewe (grades 1-4, 1955)

1956-1957

Walter Dziadow (grades 1-5), Florence Marilyn MacLeod (grades 5-10)

1957-1958

Jane Baker (grades 1-5), Julian Lucyshen (grades 6-10)

1958-1959

Darlene C. Lucyshen (grades 5-8), Gloria M. Pich (grades 1-4)

1959-1960

Darlene C. Lucyshen (grades 5-8), Gloria M. Pich (grades 1-4)

1960-1961

Ronald Paul “Don” Dubinski (grades 5-8), Mary Alice Schewe (grades 1-4)

1961-1962

Ronald Paul “Don” Dubinski (grades 5-8), Evangeline Clarice Okolita (grades 1-4)

1962-1963

Ronald Paul “Don” Dubinski (grades 5-8), Frances Rose Osika (grades 1-4)

1963-1964

Ronald Paul “Don” Dubinski (grades 5-8), Lena Mary Jackson (grades 1-4)

1964-1965

Lena Mary Jackson (grades 1-4), Adolph Richard Rattai (grades 5-8)

1965-1966

Mildred Bell (grades 1-4), Adolph Richard Rattai (grades 5-8)

1966-1967

Adolph Richard Rattai (grades 5-8), Audrey Marlene Barski Steffers (grades 1-4)

1967-1968

Olga Jane Gerard (grades 5-8), Norma Laing (grades 1-4)

Among the other teachers who worked at Green Bay School through the years was Miss Crozier.

Photos & Coordinates

Two Green Bay School buildings and teacherage at left

Two Green Bay School buildings and teacherage at left (no date) by J. E. S. Dunlop
Source: Archives of Manitoba, School Inspectors Photographs,
GR8461, A0233, C131-2, page 39.

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N50.09257, W96.42852
denoted by symbol on the map above

Sources:

One Hundred Years in the History of the Rural Schools of Manitoba: Their Formation, Reorganization and Dissolution (1871-1971) by Mary B. Perfect, MEd thesis, University of Manitoba, April 1978.

School division half-yearly attendance reports (E 0757), Archives of Manitoba.

Green Bay School District No. 1010, School Formation File, Archives of Manitoba.

Manitoba School Records Collection, Green Bay School District No. 1010 Daily Registers, GR9480, Archives of Manitoba.

Manitoba School Records Collection, Green Bay School District No. 1010 Daily Registers, GR0565, Archives of Manitoba.

“Agassiz School Division No. 13 public notice sale of unrequired school buildings and sites,” Winnipeg Free Press, 1 November 1968, page 33.

They Stopped at a Good Place: A History of the Beausejour, Brokenhead, Garson and Tyndall Area of Manitoba - 1875-1981 by the Beausejour-Brokenhead Historical Committee, 1982.

Obituary [Mary Alice Schewe (1934-1988)], Winnipeg Free Press, 9 November 1988, page 47.

This page was prepared by Nathan Kramer and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 16 October 2019

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