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Please refer to the below school district calendars as approved by the Board of Education.

cao_webeditor11/3/2022 4:06 PM
We Are Hiring!

School District 57 is seeking enthusiastic individuals to work in our elementary and secondary schools. 

EA Job Vacancy Posting.pdf

TTUC Job Vacancy Posting.pdf

To apply for these positions and to look at other positions we have posted please follow the steps below;

Go to Make a Future and create and account - Make a Future

Upload your letter of application, resume with 3 professional references, transcripts, and a copy of any certificates or degrees

Contact Brittany Simrose, Human Resources Assistant, for support at bsimrose@sd57.bc.ca 

cao_webeditor10/26/2022 2:18 PM
Ventilation Systems at the School Level

The below document is provided to share information on ventilation systems at the school level.  This includes information on how systems meet requirements for regular inspection and maintenance, and additional mitigations that have been put in place to promote student and staff safety throughout the pandemic.

Ventilation Fact Sheet.pdf

School District 57 Ventilation System Overview.pdf

cao_webeditor10/20/2022 4:12 PM
Board of Education Regular Public Meeting - Tuesday, September 27th at 4 p.m.

The Board of Education will hold its regular public meeting on Tuesday, September 27th beginning at 4 p.m. in the Boardroom of the Central Administration Office located at 2100 Ferry Avenue.  The meeting will also be livestreamed through the YouTube link that appears below:


The agenda for the meeting appears below:

2022.09.27 Regular Public Board Book.pdf

2022.09.27 Regular Public - Financial Statement Discussion and Analysis.pdf

In accordance with Policy 7 Board Operations:

  • There shall be a public remarks period of up to 30 minutes following the adjournment of every regularly scheduled public Board meeting, to provide an opportunity for members of the public to make comments to the Board.  Public remarks shall be relevant to items on the evening's approved regular public agenda.  The Board will listen respectfully to comments, however may not respond to questions during this time.
  • Members of the public may submit written comments relevant to items on the evening's approved regular public agenda to the Board Chair by email at publicinput@sd57.bc.ca for consideration by the Board. Written submissions must be received by 5 p.m. on the Monday prior to the regular public meeting.
  • Individuals or groups wishing to make public remarks must identify themselves and the issue(s) to be presented on a speakers' list which will be available following the adjournment of the regular public meeting.

  • Each speaker from the public will be allowed five minutes to make comments. At the discretion of the Chairperson, additional time may be allotted.

cao_webeditor9/28/2022 9:00 AM
Raising the B.A.R.: Bystanders Against Racism

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The District Student Advisory Council (DSAC) can now call themselves filmmakers.

The committee of young leaders from schools across the district combined their efforts to shine a light on racism and bias-based bullying. They created four videos that break these issues down into experiential mini-documentaries.

They were officially unveiled on Wednesday night (March 2, 2022) at a ceremony held at Vanier Hall.

The evening included a big-screen viewing of the videos, an introduction by each of the students involved, and a panel discussion that included Prince George Mayor Lyn Hall, School District 57 Superintendent Cindy Heitman, and SD57 Trustee Tim Bennett.

"Biases seep through our pours. It becomes poison to our very nature of being human beings," said Lheidli T'enneh Nation Elder Darlene McIntosh, who opened the event with a prayer and observance. "We need more people to partake, participate and support."

The film series was collectively entitled Raising the B.A.R.: Bystanders Against Racism. Production support was provided by local filmmaker Darrin Rigo.

One of the evening's masters of ceremony, Harsh Dhaliwal, said, during her introduction, "We wanted to impact people through the heart and through storytelling."

Chris Zimmerman, another of the masters of ceremony, explained that the students intended to make only one video, but they came away from the filming process with eight hours of meaningful footage. They wanted to honour and make positive use of all that material, so the scope grew. 

The four parts depict personal stories of students and former students who shared their memories and impressions of prejudice and bias, sometimes with disclosures of personal pain, powerlessness and anger at what they had experienced in local schools.

Katie Marren, School District 57's Vice-Principal of Indigenous Education, said the project gave voice where none had been before. She and DSAC teacher Dylan Clifford did their best to enable the students to do this work, but not interfere with the content, since the youth involved had the most important view.

"This movement is powerful. This movement is transformational," Marren said. "This movement encompasses not only the demand for anti-racism work here in SD57 but also the push for creating spaces across all levels where students can be a part of decisions that are made that directly impact classrooms, schools, and the greater community.

"The role of DSAC historically has been to liaise with the board of education on issues that are important to the student body. This group has taken their role of student voice and moved it into student agency. Not only have they practiced and perfected voicing their concerns and opinions, but they have also created, encouraged, and supported change and transformation.

"Sometimes adults forget to include and listen to those that we need to hear from the most, so please be mindful of ways that YOU can include students and youth in making decisions in whatever role that you have. I'm honoured to learn alongside these incredible humans."

Darlene McIntosh considered the moment a challenge for all the adults in the room. "If our young people can face racism, so can we," she said.

All four can be seen at the School District 57 channel on YouTube or click these links: 

Part 1: "Stories and Experiences" Stories and Experiences

Part 2: "Impact" Impact

Part 3: "Hope and Allyship" Hope and Allyship

Part 4: "For Educators" For Educators

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Nukko Lake Elementary

23955 Chief Lake Road, Nukko Lake, BC, V2K 5L1 Phone: (250) 967-4314 |Fax: (250) 967-4307 | 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.