On June 2, 2022 there will be a Special open board meeting at 7:00 pm to approve the budget. To attend, please contact Tamara Dickens for the Zoom link at email@example.com.
Students, parents/caregivers, school/school district staff, Indigenous communities and the public are encouraged to complete this online survey: https://engage.gov.bc.ca/Indigenousgradrequirement As part of the Province of British Columbia’s commitments to truth, reconciliation, and anti-racism, the Ministry of Education will be implementing an Indigenous-focused graduation requirement for all students. The proposed model for the new requirement would allow
This plan has been developed in alignment with the Provincial COVID-19 Communicable Disease Guidelines for K – 12 Setting (Updated April 12, 2022) in British Columbia. The goal of this document is to support K – 12 education employees, students, parents, caregivers, administrators and school community members to: Be informed about communicable disease measures and
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When it comes to keeping schools as safe as possible, the district has focussed on the operation of school ventilation systems. These systems are carefully being kept in good working order, in order to increase the amount of clean air entering schools and classrooms. The Facilities team has been working exceptionally hard to make sure
Please see the attached documents below for up-to-date media releases. 2021-2022: Administration Changes 2021-2022- September 1st Media Release Return to School Plan- August 31st Media Release
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The health and safety of all students, staff and school communities is our top priority. Under the guidance of Public Health Officials and the Provincial Government, SD 52 continues to monitor the ongoing situation with regard to COVID-19 and we will provide updated information and resources on this page as becomes available. In response
BC’s Education Restart Plan – School District No. 52 Prince Rupert: Updated Restart Plan – April 16, 2021 SD52 Restart Plan – Updated April 16 2021 Version 12 Updated Restart Plan – March 31, 2021 SD52 Restart Plan – Updated March 31 2021 Version 11 Updated Restart Plan – February 26, 2021 SD52 Restart Plan
School District 52 recognizes the important role that mental health and wellness play in education. It is difficult to learn when a student is socially or emotionally overwhelmed. It’s been decided that the district and Pam Groves, District Mental Health Literacy Specialist, will be gathering online resources for staff, families and students. In these challenging