- Aug 22 - We hope you had an enjoyable Summer. First day back to Ralston School will be Tuesday, September 2nd 2014
Prairie Rose School Division has been actively monitoring the weather situation across southern Alberta. Man...
Ralston School Students went to History in the Hills, Elkwater the week of June 2-6th. The Children enjoyed...
Kindergarten and Grade 1 children went to visit 29 Flight and The British Forces Post Office on Monday 9th Dec...
Ralston School held their Remembrance Day Service on Thursday, November 7th in the school gym. The Grade's 2,...
Here is the file. http://ralstonschool.ca/view.php?header=Homework&action=homework&id=201&type=homeroom&day...
From: Angela Baron, Division Office Communications This is an new website feature where teachers can shar...
Preliminary talks are now underway to discuss possible design plans for construction of a new Schuler School....
Back to School Information Transportation and New Student Registration Bus drivers will be contacting stu...
Here are some links for parents to help clarify and understand the Alberta Math Curriculum. Facts About Mat...
Ralston, Alberta T0J 2N0
About Our School
Ralston School opened in 1948 with two teachers, two classrooms and 30 students. Today, there are approximately 165 students in 10 grades with 12 teachers and 7 support staff. The school was originally operated by DRES (Defence Research Establishment Suffield) which turned over the responsibility of operations to the Department of National Defence in 1972. The Cypress School Board assumed administrative control of the school in 1993. In 1994, Cypress became part of the Prairie Rose School Division. Ralston School provides education for students in Reception through Grade 9 which follows Canadian curriculum. High school students from Grades 10 - 12 attend schools in Medicine Hat and Dunmore.
Ralston is located just 30 minutes west of Medicine Hat, Alberta and 2.5 hours East of Calgary, Alberta. Ralston is the married quarters for Canadian Forces Base Suffield. Medicine Hat is a modern Canadian city of 66,000.
- Myers, Ken - Principal
- Rayner, Trent - Vice-Principal
- Squires, Evelyn
- Support Staff
- Bonville, Jenny
- Hansen, Finny - Librarian
- McHugh, Michelle
- Squires, Traci
- Stenerson, Leanne
- Williston, Gail
- Worrall, Candice
- Teachers - Kindergarten
- Stanton, Sonia - SCE Exchange Teacher
- Gruning, Jean - Grade 3
- Herrell, Jennifer - Grade 5
- Kraft, Janet - Junior High
- Pomreinke, Richard - Grade 5/Junior High
- Rose, Christina - Grade 1
- Scraper, Debora - Grade 2
- Spiers, Ian - Grade 6
- Sulz, Nadine - Junior High/ Grade 4