About Us

McLeod Elementary is situated 42 km west of Dawson Creek and serves the farming communities of Progress, Sunset Prairie and Groundbirch. It is a K-7 school with an enrolment of 45 students. The staff consists of 1 teaching administrator, 3 full-time teachers, 1 education assistant.

The school was constructed in 1967 to replace several one-room schools, which then served each community. All students are bused to the school. The 2002/03 school year saw the completion of a Community Hall at the school which serves all three communities. The project was developed as a partnership between School District 59 and the communities involved represented by the Peace River Regional District.

School Supplies

McLeod has implemented a supply fee for all grades.  The fee will be $40 per student for the year.  These fees cover costs such as books, paper, scissors, glue, pencils, erasers and crayons, as well as project supplies throughout the year. Please pay your child’s account by October 15th.

Items you will need to supply for your child will be a backpack, lunch kit and proper running shoes.

We understand how difficult it is to buy proper running shoes for students however, it really is a safety concern in the gym when they do not have good quality shoes.  Also, please do the ‘no mark’ test by having your child put the shoes on and ‘kick’ the floor to see if they leave any marks. 

Bell Schedule

8:40   Buses arrive
8:50   Warning Bell
8:57   School in session
10:30  Recess starts
10:50  School in session
12:00  Lunch Time starts
12:30  School in session
2:38    School dismissal
2:45    Buses Depart

If you need to reach your child’s teacher or the principal, please note the break times above. These are the best times to talk to staff members.

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Buses

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StrongStart

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In consideration of the health and safety of our employees and community members, StrongStart Programs across School District No. 59 are not providing in-class or in-program face-to-face services at this time.  Our indoor playgrounds and play areas are closed.  Please connect with your StrongStart’s Facebook page as well as the School District No. 59 website (https://www.sd59.bc.ca) for updated information.