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Livingstone Range enrollment increases

Livingstone Range School Division has 19.3 more full-time equivalent students enrolled in 2023-’24 than it did last year.

Livingstone Range has 3,602.8 full-time equivalent students this year compared to 3,583.5 FTE last year.

“It’s good to still see some growth,” school board chair Lacey Poytress said.

Associate superintendent of business services Jeff Perry provided an enrollment report to trustees during their Oct. 30 meeting at the G.R. Davis Administration Building in Fort Macleod.

The enrollment is down 46.35 full-time equivalent students from projections, Perry told trustees.

“Typically we’re pretty close with projections but this year we’re down,” Perry said. “But we are up from prior year.”

The following is the breakdown of enrollment at Livingstone Range schools:

Nanton

A.B. Daley school — 189 FTE compared to 188.5 last year. Projections in January were for 174.

J.T. Foster school — 200 FTE compared to 201 last year. Projections were for 200.

Stavely

Stavely school — 74.5 FTE students compared to 69 last year. The division had projected 71 students.

Claresholm

West Meadow elementary — 298 students compared to 303.5 last year. Projections in January were for 303.

Willow Creek Composite — 329 compared to 331 last year. Projections were for 348.

Granum

Granum school — 40 students compared to 43.5 last year and higher than projections of 31.15.

Fort Macleod

W.A. Day school — 301 compared to 315.5 last year. Projections were for 288.

F.P. Walshe school — 366 compared to 371 last year. The division had projected 400.

Pincher Creek

Canyon school — 240.5 compared to 245 last year. Two hundred 41 students were projected.

Matthew Halton school — 270 compared to 269 last year. Projections in January were for 276.

Lundbreck

Livingstone school — 245.5 compared to 249 last year. The division had projected 259.

Crowsnest Pass

Horace Allen school — 171 compared to 160.5 last year. One hundred 68 students were projected in January.

Isabelle Sellon school — 136 compared to 139 last year. Projections were for 140.

Crowsnest Consolidated — 298 compared to 300 last year. The division had projected 316 students.

Outreach schools — 58 FTE students compared to 41 last year. The enrollment met projections.

Colony schools — 247 compared to 236.5 last year and down two from projections.

International students — 42 compared to 35 last year and up two from projections.

Home education and virtual school — 97.30 compared to 85.10 last year and 87 projected.

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