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Regular Board Meeting - January 18, 2019

posted on January 16, 2019

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This is awesome! Anzac School - Bill Woodward School students and staff are doing their part to support the Wood Buffalo 2022 Arctic Winter Games bid! You can learn about the bid on the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo website https://www.rmwb.ca/living/Events-and-Festivals/2022-Arctic-Winter-Games-in-Wood-Buffalo.htm.

Posted 18 Jan 19


Please share! We are hosting our Regular Board Meeting at Star of the North Retreat Centre (St. Albert) today (Friday, January 18, 2019). The meeting is open to the public starting at 10:30 a.m. The following action items are being brought to Board: - Peavine Métis Education Program - Draft 2019-2020…

Posted 18 Jan 19


Jan 18 Sandy Lake - Route 431 (Agnes) Cancelled due to Mechanical. We are working to solve this issue and apologize for the inconvenience. https://www.nsd61.ca/departments/transportation/bus-status. Tagged in this post: Bruce Thomas Boom 92.7 CFWE FM

Posted 17 Jan 19

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Northland School
Division No. 61

NSD is situated in some of the most stunning areas in northern Alberta. Covering 288,347 square kilometres, our schools are located near mountains, lakes, rivers, forests, and wetlands on Treaty 6 and 8 territories. We hold high respect for these traditional territories, their history, language, and culture. At NSD, 95% of the student population is of First Nations, Métis and Inuit descent. We have approximately 2000 students in 20 schools. Our schools are located in municipalities, First Nation reserves, and Métis Settlements.