Division News

Board terminates Symyrozum-Watt’s contract for Just Cause

August 2nd, 2017

Wednesday, August 2, 2017 – The Board of Pembina Hills Public Schools has terminated the employment contract of Ms. Symyrozum-Watt effective July 31, 2017. On January 27, 2017, the Board Chair received allegations about the former superintendent, including reports of harassment and bullying, under the whistleblower provisions in the division administrative procedure and Alberta’s Public Interest […]

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Read the June newsletter

June 29th, 2017

Subscribe to our @myphps newsletter here. In the June edition read about: Colony students compete in 1K race Jeff Tomiak attends Edwin Parr banquet Board seeks partners for Westlock SRO Back to School information Register for busing next year Caution to parents – 13 Reasons Why Dual Credit Health Care Aide program Swan Hills student wins scholarship Recognition awards 2016-17 Like […]

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Jan Borst — Master multi-tasker

June 23rd, 2017

Jan Borst is an Administrative Assistant at Pembina North Community School and has been with Pembina Hills for 8 years. Jan is always eager to please and go that extra mile. As one PNCS staff member says “Mrs. Borst is our multi-tasking queen” who can carry on an in-depth phone conversation while nodding an answer […]

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Board chooses superintendent; pending approval from the Education Minister

June 16th, 2017

At their June 14 meeting the school board announced that they have made an offer of employment to the successful candidate for the position of superintendent. The offer is subject to approval from the Education Minister; once approval is received the board will announce the successful candidate. The board also adopted the following items for […]

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Exemplary Community Partners – Todd and Deneen Ducharme

June 15th, 2017

Todd and Deneen Ducharme have been actively involved at R.F. Staples Secondary School for over 10 years. They have generously donated to the school breakfast program” drama program the T-Birds football team and most recently the school-wide Christmas dinner. In addition to these valuable contributions they frequently volunteer and are always positive role models for […]

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Life would ‘b flat’ without Mrs. Schryver

June 5th, 2017

Leah Schryver Music teacher at Eleanor Hall School brings diversity to the elementary music program. With Leah’s passion ambition and energy she outdoes herself year after year. In addition to putting on the Christmas Concert this year she was responsible for the Remembrance Day and Easter Tea performances the school talent show and the Volunteer […]

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