An Area-wide Emergency Notification was sent earlier this afternoon regarding an incident in Vanderhoof (which has since been resolved). This resulted in the school threat assessment protocol being activated. This was a precautionary measure only as the incident was not in our area and was not one that posed a significant risk to students or staff. However, as part of our ongoing commitment to ensuring a safe learning environment, we take all issues that may affect school safety seriously. Rest assured; our schools are safe.
SD57 Ventilation System Overview - Nukko Lake.pdf
Busing delays can be viewed from the link below:
From this page enter "Prince George", a school list will populate, simply select the school or if you wish to view all bus delays scroll down and select the first Prince George.
3541.35 Winter Weather.pdf
Please ensure you are going through the Daily Health Check with your child before sending them to school each morning; watch for key symptoms such as: fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, loss of sense of smell or taste, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting.
Students will wash their hands prior to riding the bus each morning, upon entering the classroom and frequently through out the day. Students in Divisions 4 and 5 will each receive a mask to wear if they choose to or they can wear one from home. There are two learning groups at our school. Within learning groups, physical contact will be limited. Outside of learning groups, physical distancing will be encouraged.
Students will wash their hands at the end of the day, prior to boarding the bus.
Basic Supply list -Kindergarten, 2020-2021.pdfBasic Supply list -Grade 1 2020-2021.pdfBasic Supply list -Grade 2 2020-2021.pdfBasic Supply list - Grade 4 2020-2020.pdfBasic Supply list - Grade 5 2020-2021.pdfBasic Supply list - Grade 6 2020-2021.pdfBasic Supply list - Grade 7 2020-2021.pdfBasic Supply list - Grade 3 2020-2021.pdf
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Testing school sync
Testing school sync
School District 57 has partnered with the Human Early Learning Partnership at the Universtiy of British Columbia to measure and promote children's social and emotional development, health, well-being, and assets through the Middle Year Development Instrument (MDI). The Middle Year Development Instrument (MDI) is a self-report questionnaire that asks children in middle childhood about their thoughts, feelings and experiences. The MDI is the first survey of its kind to gather information about the lives of children both in school, in the home and in the community, from their own perspective. The survey questions align with the BC Ministry of Education's K - 12 curriculum, which includes a focus on promoting children's personal and social competencies.
At Nukko Lake Elementary, Grade 5 students are invited to complete the MDI during class time between January 24th and February 28th, 2022.
For more information and to view the questionnaires:
If you don't want'your child to participate, please contact your child's teacher, fill out the withdrawal form at the end of the parent/guardian informed passive consent letter, or contac the MDI project staff at firstname.lastname@example.org
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