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Animals on School Property

September 12, 2019
​ With the start of another school year, it is important for us to review our guidelines and procedures that support safe learning environments.   Unfortunately, last week, a terrible incident occurred, resulting in a young child being bitten across the face by a dog on a leash.  We all need to...

Safer Schools Information

August 28, 2019
​ Please see the links below, for information: erase = expect respect & a safe education https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/erase
VTRAFairNoticetoStudentsLtr.pdf VTRANoticetoParentCommunity.pdf SCRCJuly2019.pdf
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​Spooner appointed as Director of Aboriginal Education

August 22, 2019
Aug. 22, 2019 -- The Board of Education is pleased to announce that Pamela Spooner has been appointed as Director of Aboriginal Education in School District No. 57 (Prince George). Spooner, who holds Masters degrees in Education and First Nations Studies, is moving into the position after serving as Principal of...
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2019-2020 Administrative Transfers

July 26, 2019
​ July 26, 2019 -- Superintendent Rod Allen is pleased to announce that the Board of Education has approved the following administrative transfers for the 2019-2020 school year.  Transfers into Principal positions are as follows: Brenda Anderson (Buckhorn Elementary and Hixon Elementary); Craig Brennan (Ecole College Heights Elementary); Anjula Corbin (Glenview...
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Community Evacuation Assembly Point signs going up

July 05, 2019
​July 5, 2019 -- School District No. 57 has begun the installation of signs at select schools throughout Prince George to indicate their designation as official Community Evacuation Assembly Points in the event of an evacuation. Earlier this year, the City of Prince George and the school district signed a memorandum...