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June 14, 2021

Virtual high school student art showcase

We are proud to present a broad range of art created by talented high school students from across the school division as part of our first-ever virtual student art exhibition. Go to to check out the student’s work. Along with this online gallery, we will feature our student artists on the Division’s social media… Read more »

June 10, 2021

Dual Credit Program inspires success for high school student

Tanda Garrett was eager to get started on her future and pursue her career passion – childhood education. She knew she loved working with children and wanted to make a difference in young lives. “I’ve always wanted to go into the educational field, but I would prefer to work one-on-one with children as an educational… Read more »

June 07, 2021

2021-2022 School bus passes now available

The Black Gold School Division provides bus service to Kindergarten – Grade 12 students who reside more than 2.4 kilometres from their designated school site. Transportation may also be provided to students living less than 2.4 kilometres from their designated school, as well as students attending a school/program of choice, if available. All students who… Read more »

June 01, 2021

School bus contract opportunity

Black Gold School Division invites applications for the following contract to provide student transportation for a route commencing August 30, 2021. Interested parties may obtain contract packages from the address below. Contract applications will be accepted until 12 noon Friday, June 18, 2021.   APPLICATION FOR SCHOOL BUS CONTRACT 1 ROUTE 1: Urban Devon Routes… Read more »

May 31, 2021

Board of Trustees elects new vice-chair

At their regular meeting on Wednesday, May 26,  the Board of Trustees declared City of Beaumont Trustee Robyn Steed as the new vice-chair, effective immediately. Trustee Steed’s appointment follows the resignation of Vice Chair Sarah O’Gorman, who is moving out of the province and therefore unable to continue in the role. “On behalf of the… Read more »