The Anglican Lac La Ronge boarding school opened at Lac La Ronge, Saskatchewan. The school burned down in 1920 and was replaced with a new school, called All Saints. The new building was poorly constructed, cold in winter, and overcrowded. Parents were also unhappy with the way the school was run: in 1934 they petitioned for a new principal. In 1947 the school burned down for a second time. Following this fire, the school was closed and the students moved to either the Gordon’s School or Prince Albert, where a former military barracks was converted into a residential school.
Remembering the Following Students:
|Name||Date of Death (Year/Month/Day)|
|Grace Sophie Eninew||1937-03-12|
|Hager Charles||ca. 1925-01-01 – 1926-12-31|
|Isaiah Cook||Not known|
|Mary Ann Siwap||ca. 1943|
|Zephaniah Charles||1936-05-02 – 1936-05-24|