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2022-2023 Online Bus Registration

Effective for the 2022 – 2023 school year parent/guardian(s) of children that qualify for regular bussing to and from the child's home residence and their catchment area school who wish to register for bussing MUST complete an online bus registration form annually for each of their children.  Students qualify for bussing in accordance with Policy 3541 Student Transportation – Home and School.

The annual online regular bus registration process will be available from Monday, May 9th to Tuesday, to June 28th.  Applications received after June 28th will be accommodated based on available seating. Please note bussing will not be available to late registrants until October 1st.

Online Bus Registration Form

An online "courtesy" bus registration process will begin in late August and students will be accommodated in accordance with Policy 3541. Bussing for approved courtesy riders for the 2022 – 2023 school year will commence mid October.

If you have any questions, please email busregistration@sd57.bc.ca

My School Bus Monitor

Busing delays and cancellations can be viewed from the link below:


Memo to Parents and Staff - My School Bus Monitor

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.

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Public Feedback: 2022-2023 Draft Annual Budget

May 18, 2022

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May 16, 2022 - The Board of Education at School District No. 57 (Prince George) considered first and second reading of the 2022/23 Draft Annual Budget at the May 16, 2022 Special Public Meeting.  Third and final reading is scheduled for the May 31, 2022 Public Meeting. The Board would love to hear your input prior to third and final reading.

The total draft budget bylaw for the 2022/23 school year is estimated at $175.5 million and is comprised of three separate funds:

  • The Operating Fund represents 85% of the total annual budget and funds the delivery of education in the district through staffing, programs, supports and services
  • The Special Purpose Funds represent 10% of the total annual budget and are for specific program delivery such as Classroom Enhancement Funding, CommunityLINK, Learning Improvement Funding which all support the delivery of education in the district
  • The Capital Fund represents 5% of the total annual budget and in addition to reflecting the amortization of the Deferred Capital Revenue and Tangible Capital Assets each year also provides funding for the ongoing maintenance of aging facilities

    For the next five years, the priorities guiding the work of the district, and therefore informing budget development will be: 

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Please review the 2022/23 Draft Annual Budget Discussion and the 2022/23 Draft Annual Budget Presentation and provide your feedback at budgetfeedback@sd57.bc.ca or complete the online survey

School District Calendars

February 27, 2020

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

Honouring Indigenous Language Day

April 01, 2022

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Hadih. Danachea. Weyt-kp. 

These are the ways hello has been said on School District 57's footprint for thousands of years, in, respectively, the languages of the Lheidli T'enneh, McLeod Lake and Simpcw people – dialects of Dakelh, Tse'Khene and Secwepemctsin.

With that, welcome to a day of special celebration: Indigenous Language Day!

This is a commemorative event for the many mother tongues of the Canadian landscape, and especially important to recognize for those of us in the education field. Consequently, we will be celebrating the value of Indigenous language far longer than just the single day. 

Truth and reconciliation are calls to action for everyone in the national education world. It is a truth that education was used in an attempt to erase Indigenous culture from the colonial view of Canada.

Education was used as an excuse to operate the Residential School system, and education was used as a way to hide the truth from those who didn't know what was going on in those places.

One of the main goals of the Residential School system was to stop the spread of every First Nation's language.

It almost worked. Some Indigenous languages of Canada are indeed lost forever as a result. But many still have fluent speakers and eager learners. In some cases, like here in our school district, those numbers are critically small. That's where we in education can play a part in sparking interest and knowledge once again.

We in School District 57 honour those original languages of our land and the knowledge-holders who can still pass them forward. We can play a vital role in fostering that learning, and in so doing also foster healing…reconciliation. We are so proud that our district's original languages are Dakelh, Tse'Khene and Secwepemctsin.

(Thanks to SD57's own Jennifer Pighin for the greeting graphic. Greatly appreciated.)  

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Prince George Secondary School

2901 Griffiths Avenue, Prince George, BC, V2M 2S7 Phone: (250) 562-6441 |Fax: (250) 564-4085 | 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.