Reporting on Student Learning is changing in BC

Reporting on Student Learning is changing in BC. Here is the link to the Information Brochure for Families:  Reporting on Student Learning is Changing in BC These changes will take effect for 2023-2024.  School staff are reviewing these changes and preparing for how they will be implemented next year. We will be hosting an information

After School Activities – Start Day and Time

We will start the After School Activities on September 19, 2022.  Due to a temporary staff shortage issue, we will only have it once a week at your school.  We hope to offer the 2 days that were previously scheduled as soon as possible. Day and School: Monday – Pineridge Tuesday – Lax Kxeen Wednesday

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, Sept 30, 2022

In honor and respect for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30, 2022, all SD 52 (Prince Rupert) Schools will be closed.  We know that our students and staff will join the community to use the day for reflection, learning and healing.  Understanding the history of Indian Residential Schools, and honoring the

Special Updates

Premier John Horgan has issued the following statement in response to the federal government declaring a national holiday to mark the Queen’s funeral: “Over the last few days, British Columbians have joined with people across the country and around the world in an outpouring of support for the Royal Family over the loss of Queen Elizabeth


Please find up to date information from the Ministry of Health and the CDC regarding vaccination for children 5-11 years old.  Click here for some information and tips for before, during and after the vaccination appointment.  For more information on COVID-19 vaccination for children, including how to register your child, visit     We have

Message to Parents from Jennifer Whiteside click here

A message to all parents and caregivers from the Honourable Jennifer Whiteside, Minister of Education: As we approach the end of an extraordinary school year and before summer break begins, the Minister of Education wishes to extend her deep appreciation to parents and caregivers on behalf of our government.  Parents and caregivers went above and

Happy National Indigenous Peoples Day

Happy National Indigenous Peoples Day from the Staff & Students of School District 52. In the spirit of reconciliation, we would like to acknowledge how thankful we are to live, work and play on the traditional territories of the Ts’msyen People. #TruthandReconciliation Are you looking for ways to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day? Some ideas

Every Child Matters

On May 27, 2021, the chief of the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc First Nation made the announcement that a mass grave containing the remains of 215 children had been found at a former BC residential school. From Monday, May 31 to June 8, the flags at all SD 52 schools will be lowered for one hour