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
As the work of a Teacher Librarian continues to expand into new and exciting spheres, we are mindful that our primary focus has not changed; we want to support you in any way we can. We have been searching for ways to incorporate new information and ideas into a space that is easily accessible and
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
We have been advised of a potential exposure in the School District to students and staff of Lax Kxeen Elementary School in attendance January 7, 8 or 12 , and March 3, 8 and 10-12, 29, 30 2021; Conrad Elementary School in attendance January 11-13 or Feb 3,4,5,8, or 10, 11, 12th and March 8-9
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
Please see the following updates from Northern Health & School District 52 regarding Covid -19 Contact Tracing. As of December 10th, 2020 : Public health will be also be reducing the frequency of calls to people in self-isolation after testing positive for COVID-19, and not all people who are self-isolating will receive daily monitoring calls.
This tool is for parents and caregivers to assess their child prior to coming to school. Please note, parents and caregivers are required to access their child daily before sending the child to school. Click here for a printable daily health check for students.
I would like to take this opportunity to share with School District #52 staff, parents and students an update on the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) Public Health Guidance for K-12 schools. We know that school communities have many questions about the safe resumption of in-class learning in BC, and want to make sure
This year, School District 52 will be publishing important news, articles and announcements from the Ministry of Education. The purpose of the British Columbia school system is to enable the approximately 553,000 public school students, 81,000 independent school students, and over 2,200 home-schooled children enrolled each school year, to develop their individual potential and to