Upgrading for Trades Programs

Northern Lights College will be open over the summer to offer Essential Skills for Trades courses in Math, Science, and Trade specific Reading & Document Use to prepare for enrollment in our many trades programs for September and February.
Dates:                 July 2 – August 22, 2019
Class Hours:       Tuesday, Wednesday         9:30 – 3:30

Community BBQ May 15th

Attention parents, students, staff and community partners,
Please join us on May 15th from 5-7pm for a community BBQ at Dawson Creek Secondary School – South Peace Campus.
Burgers, hot dogs and refreshments by donation. Proceeds from the event will support the community initiatives of the DCSS Grad 2019 Legacy Project.

Momo Challenge Information

Safer Schools Together released some information in regard to the Momo Challenge.  The challenge is generally geared towards younger audiences on social media.  Please see the attached letter for more information.  If you have any questions please contact us at the school.

Report Cards, Parent/Teacher Information and Newsletter

Parents and Guardians, Term 2 Report Cards will be handed out to students starting tomorrow at the school.  We will not be mailing home report cards unless we receive a request from a parent or guardian to mail it.
 The South Peace Campus Winter Newsletter is available at the link below.
 Important Dates
 February 6th – 8th – Report Cards handed out

Canadian Museum for Human Rights Field Trip

We are excited to formally annouce in partnership with the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, The Rotary Club of Dawson Creek Sunrise, and the Rotary District 5370 Youth Services an amazing learning opportunity for 15 of our students.  Please read the media release below for more information.
 Young Rotary leaders from Dawson Creek to participate in national leadership program at Canadian Museum for Human Rights 

Student-Teacher Hockey Game

On December 20th, Dawson Creek Secondary School – South Peace Campus is hosting a Student/Teacher hockey game at the Memorial Arena. The purpose of the game is to provide a fun community-building activity for the school. Students and staff will be departing the school at 12:50pm with their A-Block class and walking to the Memorial Arena.  Students will be dismissed after the game from the arena.  There was high demand from students to compete with the teachers for the “Penguin Cup” so two student teams have been created.