Fonds 993-55;989-115-02;978-23;978-21;978-23;985-05;985-06;990-112;993-101 - A.L. Fortune Secondary School fonds

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A.L. Fortune Secondary School fonds

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CA EDM 993-55;989-115-02;978-23;978-21;978-23;985-05;985-06;990-112;993-101

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  • 1909-2005 (Creation)
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    A.L. Fortune Secondary School

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115 cm of textual records and other material

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(1978-)

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Enderby Public School was built in 1902 to accommodate elementary and high school students. In 1913 a brick two-storey building, named Fortune School, was built to replace the small public school. It was known variously as Enderby High School, Enderby Junior Secondary, A.L. Fortune Junior Secondary, and M.V. Beattie Elementary School. In 1978, following a devastating fire, A.L. Fortune Secondary School was built for students grades 8 through 12. The high school served Enderby and District, including the communities of Springbend, Grindrod, Mara, North Enderby, Ashton Creek and Kingfisher.

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Most of the records were donated by staff at A.L.Fortune Secondary School.

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The fonds consists of visitor's registers (1909-1959), a teachers' register (1914), lists of teachers and courses (1948-1975), minutes of teachers' meetings (1946-47), student council minutes (1975-1977) and accounting book; invitation, program and guest book for the opening of A.L. Fortune Secondary School (1978), graduation and theatre programs (1945-2005), school newspapers (1912, 1936-1993) and annuals 1948-2005), a history of the school: 'Schools of Enderby and District, 1896-1965' by Ruby Lidstone, a scrapbook with honour and merit rolls (1984-1988); a videotape of graduation ceremonies (1990) and school activities (1996); and audiocassette tape of students interviewed by CBC (1998). Fonds also includes records relating to a 1990 school musical, including 150 slides, script, program, directors' notes and stage directions.

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BCAUL control number: EDM-393

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