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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Stevenson School / Stevenson-Britannia School (1777 Silver Avenue, Winnipeg)

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Built by the Kraft Construction Company in early 1970, and named for aviation pioneer Frederick J. Stevenson, the Stevenson Junior High School was opened officially on 29 October 1970. A second ceremony on 18 November 1970 involved members of the Stevenson family and the placing of a copper box containing mementos contributed by students in a wall behind the cornerstone.

Principals

Period

Principal

1969-1973

Gary E. Jones

1973-1977

?

1977-1984

William T. “Bill” Betz

1984-1986

Leonard Harvey “Len” Goldsborough (1931-2012)

1986-1988

David James Bertnick (1947-2017)

1988-1990

William “Bill” Burdeniuk (1932-2010)

1990-1996

?

1996-1997

Cheryl Chaban

1997-1998

Gregory Mutter

1998-2004

?

2004-2006

Judith “Judy” Clark

2006-2015

?

2015-2016

Jane Couch

Vice-Principals

Period

Vice-Principal

1970-1973

Ross Narick

1973-1978

?

1978-1979

Lawson Tarbuth
Mr. A. Krahn

1979-1980

Lawson Tarbuth
Sharon Smith

1980-1981

Lawson Tarbuth

1981-1982

Don Loadman

1996-1997

Karen Smith

1997-2005

?

2005-2006

Tracey Walker

Teachers

School Year

Teachers

1984-1985

Isabel M. Betz, Arlene E. Billeck (grade 3), Mrs. N. Brotchie (grade 1), Miss K. Deyman (grade 5), Mrs. L. Gauld (grade 3), Douglas Hallstead (grade 2), Mr. J. Konecki, Mrs. S. Kushnir (grade 4), Mrs. J. S. Larson (grade 6), Mrs. F. McMullen, Mrs. M. Patton, Mrs. D. Rogalsky, Mrs. M. Schenk (grade 1), Mrs. V. Smith (kindergarten), Mrs. M. Sokoliuk (grade 2), Mr. N. Soltess (grade 6), Mrs. C. E. Sprung (grade 4), Mr. T. Szarkiewicz, Mrs. P. Thompson (kindergarten), Mrs. A. Wiebe (grade 5)

1985-2005

?

2005-2006

Allan Boyko, Nancy Chapman, Shelly Gaucher-Hauta, Melanie Hamm, Karyn Hope, Kristin Kaczmarz, Linda Kaston, Amanda Kury, Jennifer Maclean, Myrna Malcolm, Andrew McKeil, Kent McPherson, Lesia Normandeau, Carolyn Sigfusson, Tara Tuchscherer, Erin Weekes

Photos & Coordinates

Stevenson School / Stevenson-Britannia School

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.88800, W97.21143
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Britannia School No. 1517 (361 Hampton Street, Winnipeg)

Memorable Manitobans: Frederick Joseph Stevenson (1896-1928)

Sources:

“Stevenson-Britannia School, 1985-1986,” St. James Assiniboia School Division.

“Flyer’s family will attend school opener,” undated newspaper clipping, St. James Assiniboia School Division.

We thank the St. James Assiniboia School Division and Dorothy Young for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 1 May 2020

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