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

Digmore! – Digital Learning Commons

Digital media objects and resources for e-learning Featured Service Learn360 video service available to teachers and students in schools.

Summer Hours

The School Board Office summer hours are 8am-12pm and 12:30-3:30pm starting July 4th.

The Board Office will be closed for the summer shutdown from July 17, 2017 to August 18, 2017. We will re-open on August 21, 2017.

Summer hours remain in effect until September 5th.

For information regarding school hours or registration please see your local school website. School information and website links are available on the Schools and Departments directory page or in the menus above.

 

Job Postings in SD60

There are currently 20 full time and 9 part time teaching positions available in SD60. You can find our teaching and support staff job postings at http://www.prn.bc.ca/recruit/postings/

Cameron Lake Outdoor Education Centre – June 2017

Vice-Principal Announcement – Prespatou

Community Members Support NPSS Biology Classes

Thank you to Mr. Glover and Ms. Huggins for sharing the following story and thank you for the generous support of the community members who shared their time and expertise with our students!

On Wednesday, June 7 th , Ms. Huggins’ and Mr. Glover’s biology classes attended an Ecology field trip at Toboggan Hill. The day started off with three presentations revolving around Aboriginal perspectives including lessons on medicinal plant use, at-risk animal populations, and the history and significance of the Charlie Lake Caves.

In the afternoon, students split into stations set up by local specialist volunteers. Each specialist prepared an educational lesson including connections to the Biology 11 curriculum as well as possible career opportunities and an interactive activity. Topics included: Agronomy, Livestock Science, Charlie Lake Ecosystems, Ungulate Identification, Environmental Assessment, Water Management, Beekeeping, Forest Fire Fighting, Market Gardening, and Drone Technology. Students had a blast attending four sessions of their choosing. They all left with a better understanding of their local ecosystems and the work that goes into maintaining them. Many students also took advantage of the opportunity to make valuable connections with local specialists. We want to thank the many volunteers for their help making this field trip happen. Without their generous support, we wouldn’t have been able to have such an amazing trip that students will remember for years to come

Administrative Appointments & Reassignments

AO Reassignments & Appointments – June 12, 2017 PDF