A recent comment from Don Walton, at a post entitled History of Long Branch, notes that his wife Jeanette Walton attended Shep School in the Long Branch Army Camp. He asks if I have any information on this school. He adds: “She still has her School Report Cards.”
I mention this discussion by way of bringing attention to it. The discussion continues as follows:
Jeannette Walton adds in a separate message: “My Husband Don resided in GECO Scarborough and also Little Norway behind the Maple Leaf Ball Stadium next to Tip Top Tailors.”
In a reply comment, I have noted:
Yes, I do have some information on Shep School. I will post such information at this website in the future. It will take some time.
A good way to get familiar, with what has been posted to date, is by checking out the posts at this link:
An interesting note from a post entitled Norah Shaw has shared with us some great Long Branch Army Camp photos reads:
I looked up SHEP to see if I could find out what it stood for.
early to mid 1940’s
[It may be noted that the last letter “P” may refer to “Project” or it may refer to “Premises,” as in the map at the top of the page.]
I’m really pleased, as I note at the above-mentioned comment, to be learning more about the Shep School, from site visitors who have a direct or indirect connection to it.