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Celebrating Our Students
Walker Development Centre is a ‘storefront’ school which offers an alternate learning site for secondary-aged students. Over the past 5 years, 22 students have graduated from the Centre. School District 51 and Walker Development Centre would like to establish a scholarship program for students moving on to post-secondary training or into the work force. To this end, we would like to offer businesses, service clubs, organizations and individuals the opportunity to participate in the program by providing funds for the establishment of a scholarship program at Walker Development Centre.

If you or your group/organization/business would be interested in providing a scholarship for students at the Walker Development Centre, please contact:
 Doug Lacey, Principal, Walker Development Centre, 250-442-8258
 Kevin Argue, Superintendent of Schools, 250-442-8258


Information on the Changes to Provincial Assessment

Letter to Parents - click here

Questions and Answers - New Curriculum - click here
Chart of Provincial Changes - click here

Board of Education Meeting, June 14, 2016 at 6 p.m.,School Board Office

Framework for Enhancing Student Learning Timelines - click here

School Consultation Powerpoint 2016 - click here. Consultation is important! If you have a suggestion please email us at: info@sd51.bc.ca.

Resources for Dealing with Bullying -- Parents and students may find the following resources helpful for dealing with bullying: www.deal.org, www.bullying.org, www.cyberbullying.ca. The websites include facts on what bullying is, why people bully and who they target and how parents can deal with their child, whether they are being bullied or are the ones doing the bullying.

Further Resources:
Call it Safe (Parent Guide for dealing with bully)
Secondary School - click here
Elementary School - click here

Resources for youth with suicidal thoughts - click here

If your child will be five years of age on or before December 31, 2016, he or she is
eligible to begin kindergarten in September 2016.  Drop by the schools to register
and remember to bring your child's birth certificate and Care Card.

Provincial Outreach Program for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder - click here

School Act - click here

If You Need A Copy of your High School Graduation Transcript -click here. A PEN (Personall Education Number) is required for the online application for a transcript. To request a PEN - click here

StrongStart is open to all children who are 5 and under (until they begin Kindergarten). The children enjoy playing with other children, story time, music, singing, healthy snacks. They have access to books, puzzles and art materials. A parent or caregiver must accompany the child. Please bring your child's birth certificate and care card to register.

For more information please contact Glanville Family Centre at 250-442-2267
or 1-877-442-5355.


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