Dedicated to creating a community that values and respects Aboriginal languages, cultures, histories, knowledge, skills and people as an integral part of the education system and life long learning.

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School District #52 offers a variety of programs to support the learning needs of all students, including Early Learning, English Language Development (ELD), French Immersion, and Learning Services.

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Click here for more information about career and employment opportunities with School District #52, located in beautiful Prince Rupert in Northern British Columbia.

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Raising Digitally Responsible Youth

With society heading in a direction of being constantly connected to technology, what do we need to know as parents to protect our kids and teach them responsible and appropriate use of technology? The parameters of rules and expectations that you put in place at home will undoubtedly guide their behavior in the years to

Staff Professional Development

The staff members of school district 52 are encouraged to participate in professional development opportunities. There will be workshops held on Friday, May 18th. Please refer the list of options below: Aboriginal Worldviews & Perspectives Come develop an authentic lens for Indigenous Education for all learners from 1:00pm – 3:00pm. Aboriginal Worldviews & Perspectives ProD

Framework for Enhancing Student Learning

The School Act requires each Board of Education in British Columbia to prepare a district planning document known as The Framework for Enhancing Student Learning (The Framework). The Framework is an opportunity for local educational stakeholders to collaborate and create the conditions to improve student learning for all students. The Framework model encourages us to

Museum Partnership

Attention teachers and afterschool activity coordinators! Did you know that School District #52 has a partnership with the Museum of Northern BC? That’s right! We’ve partnered with the Museum to offer over a dozen Museum tours as field trips, free of charge. Tours are open to all teachers and afterschool activity groups, and cover a

Erase Bullying

  Simply put, bullying is a pattern of unwelcome or aggressive behaviour, often with the goal of making others uncomfortable, scared or hurt. It’s almost always used as a way of having control or power over their target, and it is often based on another person’s appearance, culture, race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender