The NPSS Aboriginal Education Team has put together a wonderful resource for students available in our Links Section~on the right. The resource contains information about what NPSS has to offer from a cultural perspective, as well as a Sign-Up link (blue button) where students can register and participate in the activities/groups. A listing of staff members/locations is located at the bottom of the page for those wanting help or more information! Come and check it out!
North Peace Secondary School’s Musical this year is Shrek: The Musical! This musical version of the movie features all-new music, along with the chart-topping hit “I’m A Believer”. Check out the Musical’s trailer at:
On NOVEMBER 3RD FROM 7:00-8:30PM, at the SD#60 Board Office, there will be a FREE workshop for parents with children aged 3-16.
- What is the difference between bullying and peer relationships?
- Strategies for dealing with bullying
- Strategies for children being resilient and not being the victim
- How technology is changing our relationships?
For more information on the workshop, contact Alwin Holland School (250-785-6125).
This Friday, students are encouraged to dress up for Halloween and to show their school spirit! There will be a variety of activities to participate in, including a costume contest for prizes! So, come out and have some fun this Friday!
With the start to the NHL, it is time to show your colors. On Wednesday, October 22nd students and staff are encouraged to show their school spirit by wearing their favorite hockey jersey to school!
National team volleyball player and FSJ native/NPSS alumni Dana Cranston being honoured in a packed gym at NPSS.
Jr girls finish 5th and boys 1st. Sr boys finished first and the girls prepare for their finals right now! Go Ooks go! Follow along on twitter at
NPSS volleyball is in full swing this weekend, as 14 teams are on hand hoping to play for the final match point! The opening game, which saw the Sr. Girls team host the Peace River Nomads, started with a special presentation which recognized an NPSS alumni volleyball player from the class of 2009~Dana Cranston! Our Ookapiks shared a moment with Dana before their first game…a game that seemed to be fueled by Dana’s inspirational message during the presentation!
The tournament will run all day Friday and Saturday so make sure to stop in and cheer on the home team! Go Ookapiks…Go Oscars!!!
We have a lockdown drill scheduled for Monday, October 20th.
Even though we are trying to ensure that all staff, students and parents are aware of the practice, we realize this type of drill can cause anxiety for some people.
If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to let us know.