Division News

Now accepting substitute and casual applications

October 4th, 2017

Are you interested in working as a substitute teacher or casual support staff? We are now accepting online applications for the following positions: Substitute Teachers Casual Program Assistants / Administrative Assistants The application deadline is October 17, 2017 at 4:00 pm. Find out how to submit an application by visiting the Careers page on our website. Questions? Contact […]

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Classrooms benefit from $797,000 funding infusion

October 2nd, 2017

At their September 26, 2017 meeting, the school board learned how classrooms across PHPS will benefit from the $797,000 the division will receive through the Classroom Improvement Fund. Other topics from the meeting include: Update on investigation into former superintendent Outreach offers students flexibility in their learning School Board invites Education Minister to PHPS Council […]

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Voter information for school trustee elections

September 29th, 2017

Pembina Hills Public Schools is holding elections for two school trustee vacancies in the Westlock Ward. See the complete nomination list. Election day is on Monday, October 16, 2017. Advance voting is also available prior to election day. Voting locations and times are listed below. Electoral Subdivision 2 – Westlock South Candidates Jackie Carson Ken Mead Voting stations will […]

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Robb Nash connects with youth on tough issues

September 15th, 2017

Robb Nash is internationally known for leaving a successful music career to share his incredible story with thousands of young people. He is coming to Pembina Hills this month thanks in part to the Soul Sisters Memorial Foundation, whose donations and other corporate sponsors keep his show on the road, touring schools across Canada. Robb and his […]

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School board weighs in on School Act

September 15th, 2017

At their September 13 meeting, the school board discussed the upcoming two-day stakeholder conversation with Alberta Education. Trustees Jackie Comeau and Judy Lefebvre, will attend the Sept 27 and 28 consultation along with the local Council of School Councils chair, Superintendent David Garbutt and Secretary Treasurer Tracy Meunier. Board Chair Jennifer Tuininga will also attend […]

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ADLC congratulates Delburne student for winning Orange Shirt Day contest

September 13th, 2017

Amy Peters’ design has been selected out of 380 entries for this year’s Alberta Orange Shirt Campaign and will be featured on the front of the official Alberta Orange Shirt. Orange shirts are worn to honour residential school system survivors and to promote ongoing reconciliation. Amy is a student at Delburne Centralized High School. Through […]

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