We would like to acknowledge the roles of the instrumental partners involved in the various aspects in this quest for learning. Our appreciation is extended for technical expertise, historical perspectives, archaeological knowledge and skills, and community support. These different teams facilitated the depth and scope of understanding that the students demonstrated in their learning throughout the project. We look forward to working with many of these experts again as the project continues in the following year.
Jim Critchley, Principal, and Garry Hoffart, Vice Principal, Millarville Community School
Foothills School Division #38, High River, Alberta
Richard Gaskell, Vincent Ly, Barbara Martin, The Galileo Educational Network Association, Calgary, Alberta
Diane Rosvold and Jane Dusome, The Turner Valley Interpretative Centre
Andrea Richardson, MA, Archaeology, University of Calgary, Alberta
Brian Vivian, President, Archaeological Society of Alberta, Calgary, Alberta
Susan DeCaen, Coordinator for Public Programming, Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Alberta
Les Hurt and David Link, Archaeology and History, Heritage Resource Management Branch, Alberta Community Development
Jack Brink and Bob Dawe, Archaeology Curators at The Provincial Museum of Alberta
The parents of the Grade 4 and 5 class 2003-04 for volunteering in their many and varied roles. Without their valued daily support, this project would not have been possible.