Division News

Shelley Wyman Announced as PHSD Director of Human Resources

April 29th, 2024

Pembina Hills School Division is pleased to announce the appointment of Shelley Wyman as Director of Human Resources effective August 6, 2024. Shelley has spent much of her teaching career with Northern Gateway Public Schools. She accepted her first principalship at David Ovans Elementary in Sangudo, serving there from 2006-2011 before moving to a principalship […]

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Pembina Hills students heading to Skills Canada Provincial Competition

April 25th, 2024

Congratulations to Barrhead Composite High School (BCHS) and R.F. Staples Secondary School (RFS) students in competing at the Regional Skills Canada Alberta Competition at NAIT in Edmonton on April 6!   BCHS students Riley Manz and Mike Knol competed in Automobile Technology with Riley snagging 3rd place. We weren’t quite sure what to expect in […]

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April 17, 2024 Board Meeting News

April 22nd, 2024

Division Office ~ 2023-2024 Satisfaction Survey Results The Education Services department conducts an annual survey to monitor the perception of students (in grades 4-12), parents and staff relative to the outcomes identified in the division’s education plan.  The purpose of this survey is to assess the impact of strategies and to provide information for decision-makers […]

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Carissa Henkelman receives the Exemplary Teacher Award

April 12th, 2024

Carissa Henkelman is a teacher and part of the Kindergarten team at École Barrhead Elementary School. Carissa has been with Pembina Hills School Division for over 15 years.  Carissa’s warm, thoughtful, organized and unwavering teaching style embodies what Kindergarten should be – a place that positively begins each child’s school journey and one in which […]

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March 20, 2024 Board Meeting News

March 27th, 2024

Division Office ~ 2024-2025 Transportation Fees Approved While the majority of Pembina Hills students are transported to and from school at no cost, certain transportation services are not covered by provincial funding and therefore, offered for a fee.  The Board reviews and approves these fees each year, and considers impacts to families as well as […]

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