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.

Public Meetings – Catchment Changes for Margaret Ma Murray Community School

With an expected opening date of September 2018 for Margaret Ma Murray Community School, some district catchment boundaries will be changing later this year. These changes will potentially affect families with children currently attending CM Finch, Ecole Central School of the Arts, Charlie Lake Elementary School, and Bert Ambrose Elementary School.

In order for trustees to gather public input, three public meetings have been scheduled as follows:

Monday, October 30th at 7pm at Ecole Central Elementary School of the Arts
10215 99th Ave

Thursday, November 9th at 7pm at CM Finch Elementary School
10904 106 St

Tuesday, November 28th at 7pm at School District 60 Board Office
10112 105 Ave

Written submissions will also be accepted by the Board up to December 22nd, 2017. They can be dropped off at the School Board Office. Trustees look forward to hearing your feedback on upcoming catchment changes.

The linked letter below will be distributed by schools this week.

MMMCS Catchment Area Public Meetings Letter Oct/Nov 2017


Featured Teacher Postings

Start your career in a district with innovative educational practices, excellent collaborative relationships & extensive opportunities for professional development. School District 60 is noted for innovative educational practices and the excellent cooperative relationships that exist between all educational partners. Our district is made up of dedicated, energetic professionals for whom the achievement and well-being of their students is a first priority. Together we challenge, encourage and support all learners to be responsible for developing their abilities with respect for self, others and the environment.

We are looking for full-time and part-time teachers. All of our posts are available through at our recruiting site at and through our jobs posting board called Make A Future .

Some featured jobs are listed below:

1.0 Primary @ Alwin Holland Elementary covering for a leave

0.52 Primary @ Taylor Elementary for a leave

0.143 French Teacher at Energetic Learning Campus

1.0 Intermediate @ Prespatou

1.0 Primary/Intermediate @ Prespatou

1.0 Grade 7 / English 9 / TAG teacher @ Dr. Kearney

The White Hatter – September 18 – Social Media & Safety

The SD60 District Parent Advisory Council is sponsoring a presentation on Social Media & Safety – The White Hatter, retired Staff Sergeant Darren Laur, will share his expertise with parents and students.

For more information please contact

School Zones back on September 5!

Raise your right foot to support student safety! School zones come back into effect on September 5th around SD60 schools.


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School District #60 will be hosting a CWA Mind Over Metal Camp from July 3rd to 8th at North Peace Secondary School.

The CWA Foundation Mind over Metal Camps are an initiative that began with a two week pilot camp in 2014. This pilot camp was so successful that in 2015 the Foundation hosted 15 camps across Canada, 35 in 2016, and it is expected that this number will exceed 50 in 2017.

Targeted at youth, Mind over Metal camps are changing the perceptions of youth and their parents about welding and careers in welding. Hands on learning at these camps is building confidence and self-esteem and giving many youth a reason for continuing on to secondary and post-secondary education. Welding has captured their attention and is giving them a focus for their future.

School District #60 would like to thank the CWA for the opportunity to host the Mind Over Metal Camp and the generous donation of $10,000 to update the welding machines in the shops across our district.  This donation has allowed our students to learn on modern equipment, be more engaged, and learn valuable skills that will help them later on in their careers.

The shop classes in our district are where students are able to learn hands on skills that are the foundation of our Work Experience, Apprenticeship and Dual Credit programs.

Thank you for the generous support,

Brian Campbell
District Principal of Careers and International Education