When do students learn about government and voting?

Students in British Columbia learn many different topics about systems of government, governance, decision making, roles & responsibilities, and elections in the social studies curriculum from grades K to 12. Several of our schools and students will have opportunities to take part in candidate forums and participate in mock voting with the support of Student […]

STEAM at Prespatou’s Harmony Lab

School District 60 has numerous options and opportunities that support STEAM education (Science Technology Engineering Arts and Mathematics) in all of our schools. Below is a non-comprehensive list of many opportunities that are supported in schools and in district because of Provincial ADST curriculum (Applied Design Skills Technology), partnerships with local, provincial and national bodies, […]

Mind over Metal Camp

North Peace Secondary School is hosting the CWB Welding Foundation Mind over Metal Camp from July 2nd to July 6th. The CWB Welding 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 […]

Northeast Elementary School Announcement

Originally published at https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2018EDUC0038-001301

New school will open the door to learning for kids in Fort St. John

Children in Fort St. John will have better access to education, community services, recreation and culture, thanks to a new elementary school.

“Our government has committed to addressing the backlog of capital projects in fast-growing communities. We’re […]

Boat Races at RO

Mrs. Klassen’s class took advantage of the spring melt earlier this month. Students designed and created a variety of boats for racing in the temporary river across the field. Thanks to spring for finally arriving and providing fun learning opportunities!

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