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School District No. 57
Respecting the beautiful unceded ancestral lands, culture and people of the Lheidli T'enneh First Nation, McLeod Lake Indian Band and Simpcw First Nation
Education Programs and Planning Committee

Education Programs and Planning Committee

​The Education Programs and Planning Committee (EPPC) receives information, review and make recommendations to the Board on any issue relating to the development of, review of, or change to an education program or policy with regard to:
  • Student learning initiatives
  • Curriculum implementation and program requirements
  • School learning resources and supplies
  • Indigenous Education
  • Inclusive Education
  • Assessment, evaluation and reporting
  • Career preparation programs
  • Distributed Learning
  • Career Technical Centre
  • Continuing Education
  • Distance Education
  • Locally developed and Board authorized courses
  • Other matters referred by the Board

The EPPC's three Trustee members meet with the Superintendent of Schools or designate, one representative from each Rightsholder and Stakeholder group, and other appropriate people who are providing information for committee consideration.

School District No. 57

2100 Ferry Avenue, Prince George, BC, V2L 4R5 Phone: (250) 561-6800 |Phone: 1-800-256-7857 |Fax: (250) 561-6801 | Email: monitors@sd57.bc.ca The School District No. 57 Corporate Administrative Office is open to the public for in-person services. We continue to observe COVID-19 pandemic public health protocols, so please wear a mask and use the hand sanitizer upon your arrival. Contact the Central Administrative Office by phone at 250-561-6800, or by email at monitors@sd57.bc.ca with any questions you may have. We respectfully acknowledge that School District No. 57 resides on the unceded ancestral lands of the Lheidli T'enneh First Nations, McLeod Lake Indian Band and the Simpcw First Nation. It is our honour to walk alongside our indigenous communities in educating our students.