School District 60

10112-105 Avenue
Fort St. John, British Columbia
Canada V1J-4S4
Voice - 250 262-6000
Fax - 250 262-6048
After Hours Emergency - 250 785-6781

Families R.O.C.K. Parenting Series

The next session in the Families ROCK parenting series is Tuesday, Oct 21 from 7pm-9pm at the Child Care Resource & Referral (10411 100th Avenue) – $10 per participant

Parent Series Workshop Oct 2014

SD60 Trustee Nomination Results October 10 2014

The following press release from the Chief Elections Officer, Sherry Hunt,  is available as a PDF - SD60 Trustee Nomination Results October 10 2014

October 10, 2014




I am pleased to advise you of the results from the recent Nominations for Trustees for Board of Education.

The following Trustees elected by Acclamation:

Zone 2                         Erin Evans (Upper Pine/Prespatou area)

Zone 3                         Candace Dow (Hudson’s Hope)

Zone 4                         Ida Campbell (Taylor)

There will be an election in Zone 1 (Clearview/Cecil Lake area) to fill one (1) Trustee position.  The following candidates have been nominated.

Tanya Clary

Linda Sewell Stringer

There will be an election in Zone 5 (Fort St. John/Alaska Highway area) to fill three (3) Trustee positions.  The following candidates have been nominated:

Geoff Bough

Darrel Pasichnyk

Jeffrey Richert

Bill Snow

Jaret Thompson

New Online School Catchment Locator

We now have a new School Catchment Locator available in the Parents menu above by clicking on Find Your Catchment School. You can enter in your address in the catchment locator to see what schools your child can be registered at.


Board Meetings Dates for 2014-2015

Please see the attached for the schedule of Board of Education Meetings for 2013-2014

2014-2015 Schedule of Board Meetings

Orange Shirt Day

Orange Shirt Day Picture

On September 30th students and staff of School District 60 honoured the children and families that were affected by residential schools. This day has been designated as Orange Shirt Day as it was historically the month that children were removed from their homes and forced to attend residential schools. In most cases, the children would not be able to return to their communities until June, and in some instances, several years. Last year, the Orange Shirt Day was initiated in Williams Lake after the elder, Phyllis Webstad , told her story in which her granny had bought her a “shiny orange shirt” for the first day of Mission school. She was stripped of her new outfit and given a uniform. The confused 6 year old did not understand why they would not give her back her shirt. She is reminded of how her feelings weren’t considered and her sense of worthlessness that she felt whenever she sees the colour orange, so much so, that she has stated, “I want my orange shirt back”, 90 years later.

By wearing an orange shirt on September 30th will remind us to always remember that EVERY CHILD MATTERS, regardless of race, religion, class, or age. Every child deservers the right to feel loved and supported in a healthy learning environment. Assembly of First Nations (AFN) has made a proposal to the Canadian government to designate September 30th as Orange Shirt Day.