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The following meetings will be held by Superintendent Mike McMann in attempt to give all parents in the FVSD an opportunity to ask questions regarding the school year in relation to COVID-19 and for the Superintendent to explain the regulations they are required to follow.
A Message from the Family Resource Centre on new services and a Triple P Guide for Parenting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Use this application form to order an Alberta birth certificate.
The Transportation Department is seeking to hire Casual Bus Drivers for almost all of our school locations. These are an on-call positions to commence as soon as possible upon hire.
Information about the FVSD Connection Team and services offered as well as how to contact team members. (updated July 2022)
Fort Vermilion School Division School Relaunch Plan September 2020 In-school classes resume - near normal with health measures Revised September 6, 2020
Bring the completed form, along with the appropriate student identification document(s) to your local school office to register your child.
In June, Canadians celebrate National Indigenous History Month, an opportunity to honour the heritage, contributions and cultures of Indigenous peoples in Canada. In 2009, June was declared National Indigenous History Month following the passing of a unanimous motion in the House of Commons.
Read our Parent/Teacher Communications guide for information on the importance of staying connected with your child's teacher. Suggestions for questions to ask during Parent/Teacher Interviews (or anytime throughout the year) are also included.
Exercise is not just about fitness goals and gaining muscles. Sure, exercise can improve your physical health and help you maintain a healthy weight, but that’s not all that should motivate you and your family to exercise!
The Fort Vermilion School Division Connection Team works in the schools of our communities to support students in a variety of ways.
CMHA Mental Health Week runs from May 04-10, 2020. The Theme for this year's event is "Social Connection."
Most of us know and understand the basics of taking care of our health: eat your fruits and veggies, exercise regularly and make sure to get enough sleep. But we often neglect the importance of social connection for our health and well-being. Studies show that social connection strengthens our immune system, helps us recover from illness/disease more quickly, and people who feel more connected have lower rates of anxiety and depression.
A Monday Wellness Message from the FVSD Connection Team
This poster provides some background on National Aboriginal Veterans Day, which takes place on Nov. 8.
The Fort Vermilion School Division is aware of a social media post that was made on a community Facebook page recently regarding threats of violence at a local school.
Health Canada has approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5 - 11 years and is recommending vaccination for this age group.
This report was completed in conjunction with Regional Economic Development Initiative of the Northwest (REDI), Mackenzie Frontier Tourist Association (MFTA), Alberta Cares Grant and input from many partners, members and interested parties across the region.
Fort Vermilion School Division Board of Trustees is conducting an electoral boundary ward review and contracted a third party, Alberta School Boards Association (ASBA), to facilitate the review and public consultation.