Be sure to check out this post for feedback from our annual budget consultation meetings! The word cloud shows the words that appeared most frequently in the conversations at the Annual Budget Consultation (ABC) held on Feb 6, 2020.
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
Throughout the year, the Aboriginal Education Department of SD52 in collaboration with the TRC Administrator, will be working to distribute a reconciliation resource newsletter that will contain helpful links, resources and information pertaining to truth and reconciliation to support staff and students in pursuing ongoing reconciliation. Click here for the Reconciliation Resources newsletter – November
Click here to see the document from the MHOs to All Parents of School Aged Children in BC.
In partnership with Transition Prince Rupert, we’re excited to announce an exciting new mural to be installed on Conrad School, designed by local artist and Sd52 teacher Kelli Clifton. Kelli has been hard at work all summer preparing the mural, and students from Conrad School will be helping to finish it. Keep your eyes peeled
Are you interested in becoming an Education Assistant? This course will prepare you to work as Education Assistants in schools as part of an educational team. Education Assistants work under the instructional supervision of classroom teachers and School District administrators while supporting the learning and independence of children who benefit from additional assistance in meeting
Welcome Back School District No. 52 students, staff, parents and community! It is an exciting time of year again with school starting on Tuesday September 3, 2019! I’m looking forward to another year of learning along side the many wonderful educators and staff we have in our school district. I’m looking forward to working together
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
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