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Regular Board Meeting - August 23, 2019

posted on August 22, 2019

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Please share! Our annual orientation for new principals and teachers has come to a close. Some more highlights from the four-day event. The morning started with welcome addresses from Board Chair Robin Guild, Vice-Chair Jules Nokohoo and Acting Superintendent of Schools Nancy Spencer-Poitras. Following…

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Please share! We are hosting our Regular Board Meeting at the Métis Settlements General Council Office (Edmonton, Alberta) tomorrow (Friday, August 23, 2019). The meeting is open to the public starting at 9:00 a.m. Visit our website to view the Board Agenda https://www.nsd61.ca/about-us/division-news/post/regular-board-meeting-august-23-2019.…

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Please share! A gorgeous Tuesday helped to set the scene for a perfect day of learning for our new principals and new teachers at Bill Woodward School in Anzac! New teachers learned more about Northland School Division (NSD) while using the trivial game-based platform Kahoot. For example, "How many…

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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.