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With the retirements of Superintendent Michael Strukoff and director of instruction Maxine Ruzicka, SD51 is in transition.
All SD51 trustees are disappointed with the absence of public education as a topic in the recent provincial election leaders’ debate.
With an election approaching, the BC School Trustess Association has begun an election campaign to raise the profile of public education.
On Tuesday, Feb. 12, School District 51 (SD51) trustees will make a final decision on the question of a middle school for Grand Forks.
As I look back to Dec. 2011, I see four major items that took up the majority of the time for the SD51 board of trustees.
I was reflecting on the work of SD51 and it occurred to me just how connected we all are in the task of educating our students.
The Ministry of Education is asking communities to participate in a dialogue on graduation requirements.
There were a lot of questions coming out of SD51's District Design 2013 forums. Here are more.
School District 51 discusses questions about recent District Design 2013 forums.
The School District 51 board of education is seeking your advice and input on choices related to schools and education.
Language is changing with new words and phrases, "Just Google it," Tweet, Skype, being a few.
Trustees and boards of education across British Columbia have long advocated for increased funding to education.
Here is a simple overview of how the special education process works in the Boundary school district (SD51).
Video conferencing allows students in SD51 more course variety.
While students across School District 51 were enjoying their summers, the custodial, maintenance and technology staff were working away.
In spite of the seemingly endless winter and wet spring, time has…