Division News

Board releases Electoral Ward Review report

February 28th, 2020

At the February 26th board meeting which was held at Pembina North Community School, the school board released the Electoral Ward Review ‘What We Heard’ report. The goal of the electoral ward review is to analyze the current ward structure and ensure that it effectively represents both the general and school populations and communities in […]

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Eleanor Hall School—Bringing students together

February 27th, 2020

This year we are publishing a series of stories about our schools. Read them all here. The community of Clyde is home to Eleanor Hall School and its 240 Kindergarten to Grade 9 students. The school which also houses the Early Learning C-PREP program, brings students of all ages together. Principal Nadine Marchand says, “The strong […]

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Pink Shirt Day in Pembina Hills

February 26th, 2020

Students and staff across Pembina Hills School Division are wearing pink shirts to symbolize that they do not tolerate bullying. Learn more about Pink Shirt Day, which is now an annual anti-bullying event in Canada. Two high school students in Nova Scotia started Pink Shirt Day in 2007. After witnessing a boy being bullied for wearing […]

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Stephanie Cerny receives the Exemplary Support Services Award

February 21st, 2020

Stephanie Cerny has been a member of the BES office staff since 2004. Stephanie’s warm and welcoming nature makes students, staff and parents feel at home. She has a passion for helping students with complex medical needs and is often the first one on scene in an emergency. Stephanie willingly engages in PD and training […]

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Board approves $10 increase to In-Town and School of Choice busing fees

February 13th, 2020

At their February 12th meeting, the school board set the 2020-2021 busing fees for in-town, school of choice and alternate site requests. After four years with no increase to busing fees, the school board has approved a $10 per year increase for in-town and school of choice busing fees. In-town busing fees will increase from […]

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Dunstable School—Small but Mighty

February 11th, 2020

This year we are publishing a series of stories about our schools. Read them all here. A strong sense of community is one of the many things that makes Dunstable School such an amazing place to learn and grow. Principal Tammy Tkachuk shares some of the reasons she is proud to be a leader at […]

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