An optional return to partial-attendance begins in June. 2 days per week for grades K-5, 1 day per week for grades 6-12. Schools will be contacting families about their preference. 


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

Tech Services - 250 785-4357

Digmore! – Digital Learning Commons

Digital media objects and resources for e-learning Featured Service has been added to our Digital resource e-library at DIGMORE

Kindergarten & New Student Registration for 2020-2021

We have created an Online Registration form for parents to register ***new*** students to our district. Parents will need to enter Birth Certificate information and proof of residence information in the form so please have that ready before you start. At a later date parents will need to present the Birth Certificate and proof of residence information to their school. Parents can schedule an appointment with their school to do this in person or mail photocopies to the school. Click on the link below or scan the QR code to begin registration.

Register Online for SD60 Schools

All Peace River North Elementary Schools are now accepting Kindergarten Student Registrations

 Children who will be five (5) years of age by December 31, 2020 are eligible for registration in Kindergarten at their local schools.

 Registration for Kindergarten students for the 2020/2021 school year will take place in all Elementary Schools during regular school hours.

 Please register directly at your home school. Catchments have recently changed ( If you are uncertain of the school boundaries (also known as catchment areas) please contact the nearest school or check our School Catchment Locator. It is strongly recommended that you register at your earliest convenience.

 Registration for Kindergarten students in the Anne Roberts Young Elementary School catchment will be available at the School Board Office (10112 105 Ave) as the school is currently under construction.

 French Immersion Kindergarten Is available at École Central Elementary School of the Arts only. Please call the school (250-785- 4511) for further information regarding the French Immersion program. For students entering Grade One, French Immersion is also a possibility at Ecole Central depending on space.

 Blended Kindergarten Learning and Distributed Learning are available at the Key Learning Centre only.  Please call the school 250-261-5660 for more information.

 Busing will be provided for rural Kindergarten programs. Availability and times vary from school to school so please call your school for the appropriate details.




Proof of Residence can be provided through any of the following with your current address listed:

  • Driver’s License
  • Utility Bill
  • Mortgage Statement
  • Credit Card Invoice
  • BCID
  • Municipal Tax bill
  • Rental Agreement
  • Notary Authorized Letter


If you have further questions, please contact

Mr. Jarrod Bell, Director of Instruction at (250) 262-6017.

June 25, 2020 Letter from Minister of Education and BCCPAC

The Minister of Education and President of the BC Confederation of Parent Advisory Council has published the following letter.

June 2020 Superintendent’s Report with a September Update.

The Superintendent’s June 2020 report is available at

This month’s report includes an update about what September could look like. An excerpt is provided below.

**  Additional updates related to COVID-19 can be found on our district website.  The graphic below is a reminder of what the various stages mean.  These criteria may be changed by the Public Health Office and the Ministry of Education prior to September startup.

** We do not expect a provincial announcement on which stage will be in effect until August. We are planning for stage 1, but will be prepared for other stages as well. We look forward to welcoming ALL our students back in September in whatever form that takes.

BC K-12 Restart Plan Stages –

When the School District has more information to share in August it will be posted to this website,, our Facebook page at , and our Twitter account at . We will also share information by email to parent contacts through our MyEducation BC Student Information System.

School Project Guidelines

A handbook has been created to provide guidelines for school site improvement projects. The purpose of these guidelines is to offer Administrators, Facilities and PAC’s a handbook to help clarify the process and involvement that is required to undertake a project for their school both for a minor project like garden beds to a major project like installing playground equipment. The Board of Education sincerely appreciates the efforts undertaken by Parent Advisory Councils (PAC’s) to enhance the facilities the District is able to provide our students.

Press Release – Local Education Agreements to be Signed

Press Release

June 18th, 2020

—–  The Board of Trustees, School District No. 60 (Peace River North), is pleased to announce the official signing of Local Education Agreements with Doig River First Nation and Halfway River First Nation.  The signing of these agreements will take place starting at 6:30pm on Monday, June 22nd as part of the regular board meeting.   

A gathering area will be set up outside the Board Office for the signing to take place and for invited observers to be at a safe distance, respecting the Public Health guidelines for COVID-19.  

A Local Education Agreement is a financial and educational agreement between the Board and the First Nation to monitor and support the success of our First Nation students. ———

“The Board of Trustees looks forward to working with our First Nation partners on the successful implementation of these agreements.  Together, we can improve the outcomes for our First Nation students.”   – Helen Gilbert, Board Chair

** For interviews and further information, please contact Carleen Andrews, Director of Instruction or Stephen Petrucci, Superintendent, at 250-262-6017.

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2020-2021 Annual Budget

School District 60 works within a $70M annual budget to provide K-12 public education to the communities within the 94,000 square kilometers of the Peace River North district catchment including Fort St John, Hudson Hope, Taylor, Baldonnel, Buick Creek, Charlie Lake, Clearview, Prespatou, Upper Halfway, Upper Pine, Wonowon, Blueberry River First Nations, Doig River First Nation, and Halfway River First Nation.

We’ve provided an infographic below and the draft annual budget for the 2020-2021 school year for your information.