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Sheldon-Williams Collegiate student Nour Albaradan was honoured with the Multicultural Youth Leadership Award for significant contributions from people 29 years and under.
Read the full article in SaskCulture's Impact here.
TCU Financial has scholarships available for graduating students in the Regina area. Deadline is May 6th. Please click here for more information.
Please find attached some scholarship opportunities from the "National Union of Public and General Employees."
Originally the school was to be named Riverheights Collegiate, but before it was completed it was named to honor Catherine Evelyn Sheldon-Williams. Catherine Sheldon-Williams attended Normal School and was engaged as a teacher at Wolseley for a short time. She then undertook the management of a business office in that town, returning to the field of education with her work in the Boys' Industrial School. When that school was transferred to Regina, Miss Sheldon-Williams came with it. In 1920 she joined the Department of Education.