|Address:||170 Poplar Avenue|
W. I. Enns, Winnipeg School Division in-house architect
Falling at the end of time period for this study and clearly at the end of the modern era of design, this school crosses over into post-modernism in its massing, wall treatment and use of classrooms.
This is the third Lord Selkirk School on the site, a fitting tribute to the philanthropist and dreamer whose vision helped build the city of Winnipeg; the previous schools date from 1908 and 1913. This is a large elementary school designed for a capacity of 575 students in kindergarten to Grade 6.