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Beaumont community celebrates the grand opening of École Champs Vallée School.

Posted on May 11, 2018

Black Gold Regional Division No. 18 (BGRD) hosted a grand opening of its newest Beaumont school on May 4, 2018. Students, staff, community members and stakeholders came together to celebrate the finalization of the construction process which was first announced on October 8, 2014. The ceremony included welcome messages from École Champs Vallée School’s Principal,… Read more »

Student Transportation Survey

Posted on April 30, 2018

The department of Education with the Alberta government would like to get Alberta families views on student transportation and the student transportation eligibility criteria. To do so, they are conducting an online survey that will close on June 15, 2018.   These responses will help the government determine if changes are needed to the student transportation system, and if… Read more »

Black Gold Regional Schools International Field Trips/Travel Survey

Posted on April 24, 2018

Opportunity for Input In light of previous discussions on international field trips/travel, the Board of Trustees for Black Gold Regional Division No. 18 has requested that Black Gold Regional Schools (under the direction of the Superintendent of Schools, Norman Yanitski) conduct a survey on international field trips/travel. The Board of Trustees for Black Gold Regional Division No. 18 believe… Read more »

Board Highlights – April 11, 2018

Posted on April 23, 2018

Board Highlights – April 11, 2018: Celebrating Success; 2017 Driver of the Year; Field Trip Requests; International Field Trips Report; International Travel Parent Survey; Understanding the Smartphone Generation.

Celebration of the Arts provides profound experience to 300 plus Black Gold Regional School arts students

Posted on April 18, 2018

Friday, April 13, 2018, Black Gold Regional Schools wrapped up another highly successful Celebration of the Arts, which highlighted the talents of approximately 300 high school student-artists/performers and several teachers in music, theatre, photography, film and visual arts programs from amongst seven Black Gold Regional High Schools. This was the Division’s third Celebration of the… Read more »

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