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A new flag will soon be hanging at the Pat O’Reilly Outdoor and Environmental Education Site at Gwillim Lake

Flag Contest Winner

School District No. 59 recently held a contest inviting students from across the district to submit a flag design for the outdoor recreation site at Gwillim Lake. Students were asked to submit a design that was a colourful representation of all the Gwillim site has to offer.  In addition, students were required to provide a written description, outlining why they chose the images and colours they used for their design. The descriptions were as much fun to read as looking at the beautiful artwork!  In total, 64 submissions were received making the process to select one design to represent the site rather difficult! 

Congratulations to Chloe Park for the winning design that truly represents so many aspects of the outdoor recreation site.  All 64 submissions are currently hanging in the Young Building on site at the Pat O'Reilly Outdoor Education Site.

Crescent Park Expansion Project-UPDATE-May 15, 2024

Crescent Park Addition Progress Report to the Board of Education - May 15, 2024

Since last month the following have occurred:

  • Meeting with engineer to review Fee Schedule Proposal.
  • Meeting with engineer to go over tender spec requirements.
  • Meeting with Engineer, Mechanical Engineer and Electrical Engineer at site to review requirements for design and tender specs.

Geo tech testing is scheduled for May 11th pending drill truck availability. Force Engineering will be doing existing building design confirmation May 6 – 10.

A conceptual design based on Crescent Park staff, PAC feedback as well as follow-up discussions between Principal and Facilities staff is shown below.

Crescent Park Expansion Design

Use of School Facilities Policy & Regulation for Review

The Board of Education has approved to circulate Policy and Regulation 5190 Use of School Facilities for review.

Feedback will be accepted in writing to until June 15, 2024.

Please review the changes made on the "mark-up" version of the policy and regulation.  

The complete revised policy and regulation can be viewed on the "revised" version.

Kindergarten Registration is Open


Schools in SD59 are now accepting Kindergarten registration for the 2024-25 school year.

Starting Kindergarten is an exciting time for everyone. We look forward to welcoming you and your child into our learning spaces. All children who will be five years old by December 31, 2024 (children born in 2019) are eligible for the Kindergarten program beginning September 2024.  Please visit the Kindergarten Registration page for more information.

Please call your local school to set up an appointment for Kindergarten registration. If you are unsure about what school to register at please use the catchment area map.

When registering your child, you will need to provide your child's birth certificate, healthcare card, and proof of residency.

Erase Bullying

Erase is all about building safe and caring school communities. This includes empowering students, parents, educators and the community partners who support them to get help with challenges, report concerns to schools, and learn about complex issues facing students.

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