News & Announcements

Reminder: New School Bus Registration System - Register Now!

Bus registration is open for the 2022-2023 school year and closes on September 30, 2022. Early registration is encouraged, as the registration process helps us plan and create bus routes for the upcoming school year. For more detailed information and to register, please visit the School Bus Information webpage by clicking on the headline.

Diversity Week with École Garibaldi Highlands Elementary School

The École Garibaldi Highlands Elementary Family had their first Diversity Week held from June 20, 2022, to June 24, 2022, ending this special time with the school's first Annual PAC Family Carnival to honour the school community! Read more about Diversity Week by clicking the headline of this story.

New School Bus Registration System and Bus Pass Program

For the 2022-2023 school year, School District No.48 is pleased to introduce a new bus registration system and fully implement a bus pass program for all student riders. Please see a letter from Paul Else, Manager of Transportation & Grounds regarding the new registration process and bus pass program by clicking on the headline.

Year-End Letter from Minister Whiteside

As summer break approaches, Minister Jennifer Whiteside would like to thank everyone in the education system for their extraordinary efforts and accomplishments during the 2021/22 school year. Please see the Minister’s thank you letter to students, parents and caregivers by clicking on the headline.

Pride Month - June 2022

June is Pride Month and our district joins in celebrating the resilience and contributions of the LGBTQ2+ community. SD48 continues to uplift equity, diversity and inclusion to ensure all SD48 students, staff and families feel welcome and supported. Please click on the headline to access SOGI 123, an information and resource-rich non-profit that helps educators make schools inclusive and safe for students of all sexual orientations and gender identities (SOGI).

National Indigenous History Month - June 2022

In June, SD48 observes National Indigenous History Month. During this month, we acknowledge the rich history, heritage, resilience, and diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples across Canada. The Government of Canada has a wonderful webpage that provides access to various resources to learn about Indigenous history, languages, cultures, and experiences. This learning material is Indigenous created or co-created and can be accessed by clicking on the headline

The SD48 Learning Hub - Tima Kwetsi : It Takes As Long As It Takes

This SD48 Learning Hub post features Anthony Joesph, Indigenous Support Worker, and Cory Hartling, Principal of Don Ross Middle School, sharing an important conversation with students of Don Ross Middle School about the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh word "tima kwetsi," which means "it takes as long as it takes."
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