The Charles Garnier school was established at Spanish, ON. Eight boys died during the 1918 flu epidemic. In 1955 an internal Jesuit report concluded that the teaching staff “either cannot or are not interested in teaching.” During the same period the school was financially dependent on the success of the school farm, which required the work of both the staff and students. Facing a declining enrollment, the school was closed in 1958.
Remembering the Following Students:
|Name||Date of Death (Year/Month/Day)|
|Dan Skinaway||Not known|
|John Canadien||Not known|
|Jospeh Maynard [Leonard] Toulouse||Not known|