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Morfee Elementary Drum Making Project

December 06, 2021
โ€‹ For the full presentation on the Morfee Elementary Drum making project please visit Morfee Elementary Drum making project

Early Learning in SD 57

December 06, 2021
โ€‹ For information and updates regarding Early Learning in SD57 please see the attached report presented to the Education Programing and Planning Committee at their November meeting.   Early Learning in SD57 - Fall 2021.pdf

Middle Years Development Instrument (MDI) - Grade 5

November 29, 2021

School District No. 57 โ€“ Prince George has partnered with the Human Early Learning Partnership (HELP) at the University of British Columbia to measure and promote childrenโ€™s social and emotional development, health, well-being, and assets through...

District Learning Commons Leading the Way

November 23, 2021
โ€‹ The District Learning Commons at School District No. 57 is leading the way on decolonizing and indigenizing school library learning commons practice. This is a team effort that builds on previous work started by Monica Berra, Leona Prince and Cathy Drew. Now the questions they are asking around decolonization, indigenizing...

PGSS Receives Generous Haas Mini Mill Donation from Precision Machinery and Guide

November 18, 2021
โ€‹ PGSS receives Haas Mini Mill Donation from Precision Machinery and Guide. Students can learn practical, hands-on skills in machine tooling, automation, and production. These skills can provide that vital โ€˜leg upโ€™ when applying for jobs in metal manufacturing. Read more here.

Morfee Elementary

310 Nechako Drive, PO Box 1150, Mackenzie, BC, V0J 2C0 Phone: (250) 997-6340 |Fax: (250) 997-5075 | 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.