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Golden, British Columbia

by School District 6 Rocky Mountain which operates 3 primary schools and one secondary school (Golden Secondary School). Community College education is offered by the Golden Campus of the College of the Rockies. Sports class "wikitable sortable" style "text-align:center" + - ! scope "col" Club ! scope "col" League ! scope "col" Sport ! scope "col" Venue ! scope


Bel Air, Los Angeles

School Community Meeting ." Community Magnet School. July 8, 2002. Retrieved on January 15, 2012. Roscomare Road and Warner Avenue Elementary School in Westwood (Westwood, Los Angeles, California) are the zoned elementary schools serving Bel Air. Savage, David G. "


Onitsha

School Aguleri; Girls High School Umunya; Ajalli Government School; Community Secondary School Igbariam and many more. Primary and secondary school enrollment in the state is one of the highest in the country. '''Blessed Cyprian Michael Iwene Tansi''' (born in Aguleri, Anambra State, Nigeria in September 1903 – died in Leicester, England, January 24, 1964) was an Igbo (Igbo people) Nigerian ordained a Roman Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Onitsha, Nigeria on December 19, 1937. He worked in the parishes of Nnewi, Dunukofia, Akpu Ajalli and Aguleri. ''Entirely for God: the life of Cyprian Michael Iwene Tansi'', p. 37, Elizabeth Isichei (Cistercian Publications, 1980)


Coffeyville, Kansas

; ref The district has one, large consolidated elementary school with four pods, one middle school and one high school. * Community Elementary School, grades PK–6. * Roosevelt Middle School, grades 7–8. * Field Kindley High School, grades 9–12, named after Field Kindley. * Holy Name School, grades PK-6, parochial private school operated by the Roman Catholic Church. Advanced education is provided by Coffeyville Community College at three


Hoffman Estates, Illinois

accessdate 2012-04-30 Residents west of Barrington Road primarily attend Unit School District (unified school district), Elgin Area U46 (Elgin Area District U46). High schools * Hoffman Estates High School * James B. Conant High School *Barrington High School (Barrington High School (Lake County, Illinois)) *Schaumburg High School *William Fremd High School *Elgin High School (Elgin High School (Illinois)) Community College Most


Bossier City, Louisiana

* Elm Grove Middle School * Greenacres Middle School * Haughton Middle School * Plain Dealing Middle High School * T.O. Rusheon Middle School High schools * Airline High School * Benton High School (Benton High School (Louisiana)) * Bossier High School * Haughton High School * Parkway High School (Parkway High School (Louisiana)) * Plain Dealing High Middle School Community colleges * Bossier Parish Community College Universities * Louisiana Tech University


Mission, British Columbia

rapidly, becoming one of the largest university colleges in Canada. Mission In 1975, a temporary campus was established in Mission (Mission, British Columbia), offering continuing education and adult basic education (adult education) programs. In 1996, UFV and the Mission School District (School District 75 Mission) partnered to open the Heritage Park Centre. This centre acts as a UFV campus, high school, community theatre and fitness centre, all contained within a single facility. The building was built in 1903 by Charles Woodward as the second location for the Woodward's department store. Woodward's pioneered the concept of one-stop shopping; the store included a food floor which was at the time North America's largest supermarket, household items, men's and women's fashion, and provided cheque cashing, travel booking and other services. The store was well known for carrying a large variety of goods that were not available anywhere else. The store soon became a feature attraction in Vancouver, and it expanded over 12 separate phases to a final size of 12 storeys. It occupied approximately 2 3 of the city block. The popularity of Woodward's attracted many other businesses to the area. In 1944 the landmark "W" was installed on the top of the building on a 25 metre replica of the Eiffel Tower, replacing a pre-war searchlight-beacon which had until then been the building's hallmark. The beacon, which was visible at night from as far away as Abbotsford (Abbotsford, British Columbia) and Mission (Mission, British Columbia), was shut down at the beginning of World War II because of its potential use as a landmark for aerial attacks. Among the oldest archaeological digs in Canada is Xá:ytem, at Hatzic (Hatzic, British Columbia), just east of Mission (Mission, British Columbia). Initial work on a suburban housing project around a transformer stone aroused the interests of Sto:lo archaeologist Gordon Mohs and the land eventually was transferred to Sto:lo governance for heritage purposes. The focus of the site is a large transformer stone which bears the name Xá:ytem, which has also come to be used for the ancient village site that has been excavated in the surrounding field. There are two major eras found in the dig, one 3000BP the other from 5000-9000BP . Both indicate posthole and timber-frame construction and advanced social and economic life, eventually covered by flooding and sediment during the ongoing evolution of the Fraser delta. History Its MLA (Member of the Legislative Assembly) was Randy Hawes under the former boundary system. He is a former mayor of the District of Mission (Mission, British Columbia). He was first elected in 2001. He represents the British Columbia Liberal Party. He successful ran again in the Abbotsford-Mission riding for the 2009 election (British Columbia general election, 2009). class "wikitable" Fraser Valley Mission (Mission, British Columbia), Deroche (Deroche, British Columbia), Dewdney (Dewdney, British Columbia), - '''Debbie Brill''' OC (Order of Canada) (born March 10, 1953 in Mission, British Columbia) is a Canadian (Canada) high jump athlete who was the first North American woman to clear 6 feet, at age 16. Her unique reverse jumping style was called the "Brill Bend" and was developed independently about the same time as Dick Fosbury was developing the similar Fosbury Flop in the USA. This style of jumping revolutionized the event and is now almost exclusively the technique of elite high jumpers. Because Fosbury won the Gold medal at the 1968 Olympics (Athletics at the 1968 Summer Olympics), he is more often credited with the invention. She is an eleven-time national champion of Canada. * Auto Clearing Motor Speedway, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (oval track racing) * Mission Raceway Park, Mission, British Columbia (drag racing) * Nl'akapxm Eagle Motorplex, Ashcroft, British Columbia (dragracing) thumb right 250px CPVC Sprinkler Pipe inside a firestop (Image:Cpvc sprinkler rohr kanadische holzkabache.jpg) mock-up at Mission Manor, Mission, British Columbia, Canada in 1992. '''Allan James Monk''', '''Coquitlam Central Station''' is a station on the West Coast Express commuter rail line connecting Vancouver to Mission, British Columbia, Canada. The station is located on the north side of the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) tracks in Coquitlam, just west of the Lougheed Highway (British Columbia Highway 7) rail overpass, near the Coquitlam Centre shopping mall. The adjacent bus loop opened in the early 1990s, while the train station opened in 1995, when the West Coast Express began operating. 614 parking spaces are available on site. All services are operated by TransLink (TransLink (British Columbia)). Canadian Idol's official top 3 competitors, including top three's eliminated Carly Rae Jepson (w:Carly Rae Jepson) from Mission, British Columbia (w:Mission, British Columbia), are set to have an "Idol Winner's" tour across 15 Canadian cities this fall. The tour will start November 18, 2007 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island (w:Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island). They are expected to tour cities in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. It finishes with a final show in Edmonton, Alberta (w:Edmonton, Alberta) on December 12, 2007.


Muscat, Oman

. With more than 60 different countries represented in a school community of around 720 students, the ABA promotes academic excellence within a context of respect for and understanding of cultural diversity. The students themselves come from various countries over the world and there is no dominant cultural majority. '''Shatti Al-Qurm''' is an upscale residential locality situated on the coast of Muscat (Muscat, Oman), the capital (Capital city) of the Sultanate of Oman


Wichita Falls, Texas

, the City View Independent School District, and the Bright Ideas Charter School (Charter school). There are several parochial schools, the largest of which is Notre Dame Catholic school (Notre Dame Catholic School (Wichita Falls, Texas)). Other private schools operate in the city, as does an active home-school (Homeschooling) community. Many of the local elementary schools participate in the Head Start (Head Start (education)) program for preschool-aged children. The Wichita Falls ISD is one of only a handful of school districts in Texas that does not require its students to attend a particular school in the district based on their residency. Two schools in the Wichita Falls Independent School District participate in the International Baccalaureate programmes. Hirschi High School offers the IB Diploma Programme, and G.H. Kirby Junior High School for the Middle Years Programme. Other public high schools are Wichita Falls High School and S. H. Rider High School (Wichita Falls ISD) and City View High School (City View Junior Senior High School) (City View ISD). Transportation Highways Wichita Falls is the western terminus for Interstate 44 (Interstate 44 (Texas)). U.S. Highways (United States Numbered Highways) leading to or through Wichita Falls include 287 (U.S. Highway 287 (Texas)), 277 (U.S. Highway 277 (Texas)), 281 (U.S. Highway 281 (Texas)), and 82 (U.S. Highway 82 (Texas)). State Highway 240 (State Highway 240 (Texas)) ends at Wichita Falls and State Highway 79 (State Highway 79 (Texas)) runs through it. Wichita Falls has one of the largest numbers of freeway mileage for a city of its size '''Khari Ahmad Long''' (born May 23, 1982, in Wichita Falls, Texas) is a professional American and Canadian football (Gridiron football) defensive end for the Omaha Nighthawks of the United Football League (United Football League (2009-)). He was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the sixth round of the 2005 NFL Draft. He played college football at Baylor (Baylor Bears football). KMKI originally had its start in Wichita Falls, Texas, as '''KWFT'''. KWFT radio existed from 1939 to 1994 on an AM frequency of 620 kilohertz. It was the first radio station to continuously operate in the city and was a regional channel that could be heard across a large geographical area of Texas and Oklahoma, as well as some bordering states during the daytime. The station was a CBS affiliate. Officials from nearby Air Force (w:United States Air Force) bases — Dyess Air Force Base (w:Dyess Air Force Base) in Abilene (w:Abilene, Texas) and Sheppard Air Force Base (w:Sheppard Air Force Base) in Wichita Falls (w:Wichita Falls, Texas) — say none of their aircraft were in the area the night of the sightings. However, Major Karl Lewis, a spokesman for the 301st Fighter Wing (w:301st Fighter Wing) at the Joint Reserve Base Naval Air Station (w:Joint Reserve Base Naval Air Station) in Fort Worth (w:Fort Worth, Texas), believes the object was an illusion caused by airplane lights.


Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan

South School Division title School Community Consultation Meetings January 2007 url http: www.prairiesouth.ca document-area doc_view 881-january-community-meetings-07.html In January 2007, the Prairie South School Division began a review of its schools in seven communities, including Willow Bunch. The division maintained it was becoming a challenge to “deliver an effective learning program in a fiscally responsible manner.”


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