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Alex Campbell, Velna Nelson, Beatrice Robinson and Ellen Mason take part in the Sm’algyax Word App and website launched by School District 52 on March 1. (Photo: Supplied by Roberta Edzera)

Prince Rupert SD 52 launches new Sm’algyax word app and website

Database for new language resources stems back more than 30 years

 

Conrad Elementary School in Prince Rupert was one of four schools in School District 52 on Feb. 8 to receive potential exposure notices to a lab-confirmed case of COVID-19. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

4 schools in one-hour receive potential COVID-19 exposure notices

Prince Rupert Schools remain open including Pineridge, Conrad, PRMS and Port Edward Community School

 

Grade 1 Oliver Bradbrooke and students at Conrad got a cheesy lunch meal put on by the PAC to raise money for the school. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Say cheese! Conrad Elementary students got a special treat for lunchtime

The Parent Advisory Council host pizza hot lunch to better the school

 

The Prince Rupert District Teachers’ Union patiently waited until the end of the Tuesday, Nov. 12, SD52 board meeting, when the public is allowed to speak. They demanded that the board write a letter to the government to increase the pressure for more student funding. Left to right: Margaret Cavin, teacher at Lax Kween Elementary, Anna Ashley, teacher at Charles Hays, Jessica Bernhardt, teacher at Pineridge, Tom Kertes, Melissa Cada and Raegan Sawka, teachers at PRMS, and Kathy Murphy, acting president of the Prince Rupert District Teachers’ Union (far right). (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert District Teachers’ Union demand letter of support from SD52 board

Horne encourages public to support the efforts of Prince Rupert’s union

The Prince Rupert District Teachers’ Union patiently waited until the end of the Tuesday, Nov. 12, SD52 board meeting, when the public is allowed to speak. They demanded that the board write a letter to the government to increase the pressure for more student funding. Left to right: Margaret Cavin, teacher at Lax Kween Elementary, Anna Ashley, teacher at Charles Hays, Jessica Bernhardt, teacher at Pineridge, Tom Kertes, Melissa Cada and Raegan Sawka, teachers at PRMS, and Kathy Murphy, acting president of the Prince Rupert District Teachers’ Union (far right). (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Amy Hill returns Coast Tsimshian Academy’s serve during the Grade 8 girls volleyball matchup. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Amy Hill returns Coast Tsimshian Academy’s serve during the Grade 8 girls volleyball matchup. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Representatives from the Prince Rupert Teachers’ Union held an information rally outside North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice’s office on Sept. 30, 2019 demanding a fair deal. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

LETTER: How do you like these NDP apples MLA Rice?

Prince Rupert District Teachers’ responds to MLA Jennifer Rice’s letter regarding union rally

  • Oct 17, 2019
Representatives from the Prince Rupert Teachers’ Union held an information rally outside North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice’s office on Sept. 30, 2019 demanding a fair deal. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Representatives from the Prince Rupert Teachers’ Union held an information rally outside North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice’s office on Monday afternoon demanding a fair deal. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

LETTER: “We need to compare apple to apples,” MLA Rice responds to teachers’ rally

On Sept. 30 Prince Rupert Teachers’ Union held an information rally outside Rice’s office

  • Oct 8, 2019
Representatives from the Prince Rupert Teachers’ Union held an information rally outside North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice’s office on Monday afternoon demanding a fair deal. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Representatives from the Prince Rupert Teachers’ Union held an information rally outside North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice’s office on Monday afternoon demanding a fair deal. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

WATCH: Prince Rupert Teachers’ Union rally outside MLA Rice’s Office

The union is asking for a fair deal as they negotiate a new contract

Representatives from the Prince Rupert Teachers’ Union held an information rally outside North Coast MLA Jennifer Rice’s office on Monday afternoon demanding a fair deal. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
(Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Conrad Elementary officially opens their new and improved playground

The Prince Rupert Port Authority and Pembina were among the donors for the project

(Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
Irene LaPierre hopes that kids will put down the electronics and pick up a book. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

SD52’s literacy intervention program reads as a success

The program was implemented in Spring 2019 for 16-20 weeks

Irene LaPierre hopes that kids will put down the electronics and pick up a book. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
(Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert says ‘Oui, s’il vous plaît’ to French immersion

Immersion enrolment numbers up again in the district

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Peter Scott will be leaving his role as vice-principal of Prince Rupert Middle School (PRMS) with Paramit Khaira taking his place effective Aug. 1. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)

School District 52 shuffles vice-principals for 2019-2020 academic year

Conrad, Roosevelt, and Prince Rupert Middle School will see new faces come Aug. 1

Peter Scott will be leaving his role as vice-principal of Prince Rupert Middle School (PRMS) with Paramit Khaira taking his place effective Aug. 1. (Jenna Cocullo / The Northern View)
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Prince Rupert high school trending upward on Fraser Institute’s rankings

SD52 superintendent Irene LaPierre says it’s just a number

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Students at Prince Rupert Middle School with boxes and bags full of clothes after the community donated an overwhelming amount to their biannual clothing drive. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert community pulls through for middle school’s clothing drive

Prince Rupert Middle School organized an extra drive with all the clothes collected, more leftover

Students at Prince Rupert Middle School with boxes and bags full of clothes after the community donated an overwhelming amount to their biannual clothing drive. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
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Prince Rupert school board meeting briefs: PRMS construction top priority

School District 52 seeks to replace Prince Rupert Middle School and Conrad Elementary

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Prince Rupert School District 52 finds more funds for 2019-2020 budget

More staffing for PRMS, reversal of cuts, and increase to literacy intervention fund

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Author, Nicola Campbell, who is half Métis and half Interior Salish, spoke to educators at the Wap Sigatgyet Symposium on May 17. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

First ever Indigenous Symposium educates teachers in Prince Rupert

Cedar weaving, drumming for reconciliation and basic Sm’algyax lessons were offered to educators

Author, Nicola Campbell, who is half Métis and half Interior Salish, spoke to educators at the Wap Sigatgyet Symposium on May 17. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)
Provincial government invests in mechanical upgrades at Charles Hays Secondary School. (Shannon Lough/Northern View File)

Prince Rupert School District receives $1.5 million from province

Upgrades planned for Lax Kxeen and Pineridge elementary schools, Charles Hays Secondary

Provincial government invests in mechanical upgrades at Charles Hays Secondary School. (Shannon Lough/Northern View File)
Superintendent for School District 52 accepts a $288,500 cheque from Marc Dulude, COO and president of Ridley Terminals Inc. (RTI photo)

Ridley Terminals donates $1 million to community projects

Prince Rupert coal terminal donates $288,500 to school district for Truth and Reconciliation plan

Superintendent for School District 52 accepts a $288,500 cheque from Marc Dulude, COO and president of Ridley Terminals Inc. (RTI photo)
Amanda Stern, an brooklyn-based author, gave a presentation at Prince Rupert Middle School on Feb. 22, giving them some tools that will help them to manage their anxiety. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert students learn to chase away anxiety

Author Amanda Stern presented at Prince Rupert Middle School on Feb. 22

Amanda Stern, an brooklyn-based author, gave a presentation at Prince Rupert Middle School on Feb. 22, giving them some tools that will help them to manage their anxiety. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)