Looks like a meeting with Alberta Education is going to be pushed back for the rural Alberta schools.
Prairie Land School Division, including J.C Charyk in Hanna, had their meeting postponed.
"He unfortunately had to postpone this meeting for whatever reason, I'm not sure, but we're optimistic that he is going to make his way back to Prairie land very soon," stated Cam McKeage, Superintendent of Prairie Land Regional Division.
The Minister with Alberta Education is planning to visit all schools authorities throughout the province to get a take on the education act, school funding and any sort of issues being faced locally.
"The biggest thing would be the funding model of how schools are funded through the province. Rural education is funding the same as education in the cities, but it just does not work well for us," McKeage explained.
"Any school authorities is in rural Alberta, or remote rural, feel that and they're strong advocates for education within their communities. Students in the small remote rural communities deserve just as good of an education as anyone does."
So, how is J.C Charyk coming along after the amalgamation?
"The last finishing touches are going into that school. We're putting bleachers in the fine arts centre this week and our grand opening for the school will be sometime in April," McKeage outlined.