Valley students’ artwork is on display in a unique virtual exhibit for the second year in a row in the Capture Photography Festival, an integral part of the Flash Forward Incubator Program. NR_FlashForwardIncubator2021  

G.P. Vanier Secondary students capture top placement for the province and land in the top three in the first online national competition for Destination Imagination. NR_DINationallVirtualChampionship.Apr2021

There is still time to register for the upcoming school year. We encourage families who have not yet enrolled their child for kindergarten to register before September 2021. NR_KindergartenRegistration,April2021

A grad clothing donation program, formerly known as the Cinderella/Prince Charming Project, has a new name. Staff and students at G.P. Vanier Secondary School have landed on a new title for the project, Grad “Class” Special Attire for your Special Day. NR_NewnameforGradclothingProject2021

School District 71 is pleased to announce that Dr. Vivian Collyer and Jay Dixon have been appointed as Directors of Instruction and Sean Lamoureux has been appointed as Director of Instruction – Inclusive Education, effective August 1, 2021. NR_NewDirectorsofInstruction.Apr2021

It’s back! A season for family, fun, food, and enjoyment. Take the challenge. Enter to win prizes. Contest closes April 30th. Draw May 7th. Spring Mental Wellness Challenge 2021  

The Provincial Health Officer announced new provincial health orders regarding wearing masks in school settings. As a result the Ministry of Education has updated their Public Health Guidance for K-12 Schools. Effective Tuesday April 6th,  the changes will be in effect in all our schools. NR_NewMaskProtocol.Apr1,2021  

Provincial COVID-19 Announcements Regular updates from the Provincial Health Officer and the Ministries of Health and Education regarding policy, direction and other significant announcements surrounding COVID-19 and its impact on education. Update March 30 NEW! To address rising COVID-19 case counts, protect people and communities and help break the chain of COVID-19 transmission, the provincial […]

Students at Lake Trail Community School use their new applied design, skills and technologies experience to construct 50 bird feeders that were distributed to various senior residences, care homes and assisted living facilities. NR_ADST.BirdFeeders.2021

Results from the School Year Survey launched in February asking parents/guardians, students and staff about the education experience since September 2020 reveal overwhelming support toward the school district for its health and safety practices and procedures. Full report of survey questions online. SchoolYearExperience_SurveyReport.