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

Spring Break

The School Board office will be closed until Tuesday, April 7th, 2015 at 8am for the spring vacation.

Our Facilities department remains open through the break and can be reached at 250-785-1577.

Technology Services remains open through the break and  can be reached at 250-785-4357 (7am-3:30pm).

Transportation Update

This letter below from the Board Chair and the Superintendent will be provided to bus students on March 20th, 2015. Click on the link or image below for a PDF copy.

Transportation Letter to Parents March 2015

Transportation 2015-03-19

Stand Up Against Bullying

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The City of Fort St John has proclaimed today to be Pink Shirt Day. Pink Shirt Day is a nationally recognized day across Canada to symbolize that bullying will not be tolerated in schools and communities.

Many of our schools will be participating in activities for pink shirt day that discuss bullying. School District 60 staff and schools also work throughout the year to provide safe schools for our learning community members.

Robert Ogilvie was recently featured in an EnergeticCity article regarding the City proclamation and their planned activities for today.

What is your school community doing today? Tweet it out with the #sd60 hashtag!

For more information on the elimination of bullying in our schools and communities or if you need help please see, or speak with your local school administrator.

Families R.O.C.K Parenting Series – March 5th @ CCRR

The final workshop in the Families R.O.C.K parenting series occurs March 5th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at the Child Care Resource & Referral at 10411 100th Ave. See the poster below for more details. (Click to enlarge)

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QR Codes in the Library

Students at Alwin Holland Elementary will see something new in the library, QR Codes with author and title information. QR stands for Quick Response and a mobile device with a reader app (like i-nigma – or can read the two-dimensional bar code to get text or a web link to more information on a book. Teacher-Librarian Karlene Duncan has added several into the library with information about authors and their books, and to showcase some of their non-fiction titles. QR Codes in the classroom can make for a fun search project and much more.