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Budget Update – BGRD Board believes in using reserves to support its urban and rural students

Posted on April 30, 2015

Guided by the Board’s Strategic Plan, Black Gold Regional Division No. 18 (BGRD) will continue its commitment to managing its resources responsibility in order to focus on its core values of: Student Focused Learning; Relationships; Supportive Environment; Passion; and Managing Resources Responsibly To Inspire Success. With a budget of $112 million, BGRD serves over 10,000… Read more »

Board Highlights – April 15, 2015

Posted on April 28, 2015

Board Highlights – April 15, 2015:  Budget Concerns, Capital Plan, West Haven Public School Groundbreaking, Ward Electoral Boundary Review, Celebration of the Arts

Black Gold students receive School Bus Safety Contest prizes

Posted on April 22, 2015

In partnership with Alberta Student Transportation Advisory Council (ASTAC), the Black Gold Regional Division No. 18 (BGRD) worked closely with its Transportation Department and BGRD schools in order to promote school bus safety for students and families. Annually, ASTAC sponsors a Provincial Poster Contest for all Kindergarten to grade six students across Alberta. The contest… Read more »

Black Gold Regional Schools present a Celebration of the Arts

Posted on April 20, 2015

Watch as the Winspear Centre comes alive with a Celebration of the Arts featuring music, theatre, photography, film and visual arts, performed and created by outstanding students-artists, participating in one of several exceptional Arts Programs in the Black Gold Regional Schools. Black Gold Regional Schools invites the public to attend their second Celebration of the… Read more »

Growing Alberta school districts express shared concern

Posted on April 20, 2015

As one of 19 growing school districts, Black Gold Regional Division No. 18 has a shared concern about the significant effect the government’s 2015–2016 budget will have on student success and the overall education system in our province. News Release: Growing Alberta school districts express shared concern

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