Every student, every day.


Superintendent's Extracurricular Activities Update

Posted on January 20 2022

Dear LRSD Community,  I am writing this letter to ask for your help to keep our schools healthy and allow us to continue welcoming spectators to our extracurricular events.  During the COVID-19 pandemic,…

Weekly Update - January 14, 2022

Posted on January 14 2022


Return to In-Person Classes January 10

Posted on January 6 2022

Dear Parents, Guardians, Students, and Staff,  As announced yesterday by Education Minister Adriana LaGrange, Kindergarten to Grade 12 students in Alberta will be able to attend in-person classes on…

Register Now! Avalanche Skills Training 1

Posted on January 6 2022

Learn to recognize avalanche terrain and the principles of winter backcountry travel from safety experts in the Avalanche Skills Training 1 course. Dates: February 4 & 5, 2022Location: LRSD Crowsnest…

Self-Harm: Q&A From a Local Psychologist/Professor

Posted on January 4 2022

University of Lethbridge professor and registered psychologist Dr. Dawn McBride is offering a free virtual session to help parents understand self-harm in their children and what parents can do to respond…


Winter Break Extended to January 10, 2022

Posted on December 31 2021

Letter from Livingstone Range School Division Superintendent Darryl Seguin. On December 30, Alberta Education announced that winter break for Alberta Kindergarten to Grade 12 students is extended until…

December 10 Weekly Update

Posted on December 10 2021

Our Weekly Update is ready. Have a great weekend!December 10 Weekly Update   JTF Team!

JT Foster School Plan 2021-22

Posted on December 7 2021


November 26 Weekly Update

Posted on November 26 2021

Here is our last Weekly Update for November.    Weekly Update   JTF Team!

November 19 Weekly Update

Posted on November 19 2021

Our Weekly Update is ready. We hope everyone has a great weekend.    JTF Team!

It's Possible: Career Planning Sessions for Families

Posted on November 17 2021

“It's Possible!” career sessions for LRSD families are proving popular! Lettie Croskery and Christy Bazell, our LRSD Career Practitioner team, have wrapped up the first of three workshops offered…

Trustees Discuss OH&S Including COVID-19 Measures

Posted on November 3 2021

The Livingstone Range School Division Board of Trustees and Senior Administration had a great Information session on November 2 about occupational health and safety. The discussion included COVID-19 hazard…

October 22 Weekly Update

Posted on October 22 2021

Click the link below for the weekly update.  Have a great weekend!   October 22 weekly Update   JTF Team!

Vaccination or Negative COVID Test

Posted on October 21 2021

With the recent announcement on October 5, 2021, from Alberta Education Minister LaGrange and Health Minister Copping we understand that some have concerns regarding proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19…

October 15 Weekly Update

Posted on October 15 2021

Our latest Weekly update is ready.  Enjoy the weekend. JTF Team! Weekly Update

COVID-19 Notification and Dashboard

Posted on October 14 2021

Dear Parents, Guardians, Students, and Staff,  On October 5, 2021 the Alberta Government announced that it would reinstate contact tracing and notification in schools for confirmed cases of COVID-19.…

October 8 Weekly Update

Posted on October 8 2021

Wishing everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving. Click the link below for our weekly update. JTF Team! Weekly Update

Student Success Plan Meets Student Needs & Stakeholder…

Posted on October 7 2021

Our vision, “Every student, every day” includes a holistic approach to educating the whole child and a belief that every student can be successful. As part of the Livingstone Range School Division…

Weekly Update October 1

Posted on October 1 2021

Here is our latest Weekly Update for Friday, October 1.Weekly Update JTF Team    

Weekly Update

Posted on September 24 2021

Our weekly update is ready. The update includes a new template for classroom updates to make it easier to read. We are working on getting the parent viewer. Sadly we are not ready to go with it yet but…