Learning, Growing & Belonging Together


First Nations Programs LEARN MORE


Heavy Metal Rocks Program LEARN MORE


Early Learning Program LEARN MORE

Policy Under Review

The Board of Education is seeking input from the public and its stakeholders on the following policy revisions:

  1. Policy 1110 Communications
  2. Policy 1312 Complaints (Other than Child Abuse) Against Staff or Volunteers

Click on the link below to complete a brief on-line survey and to review the proposed policy changes.

MyEducation BC for Parents/Guardians and Students

Having Trouble Accessing MyEducation BC?
Contact Mr. Ken Matieshen at:
E: ken.matieshen@sd27.bc.ca
T: (250) 398-3808

Community Engagement
In April 2015, the School District community was invited to share their thoughts about what the District is doing well and where there is room for improvement.
Read Community Feedback >>

The Board of Education, at its 26 April 2016 public meeting, voted to close Bridge Lake Elementary School, effective 31 July 2016.

Public Consultation – Potential Closure
Bridge Lake Elementary School

The Board of Education’s 90 day consultation period ends on 26 April 2016 regarding the possible closure of Bridge Lake Elementary School.  Let your voice be heard:  Public Forum 02 March 2016, 6:30 pm at the School or written feedback:  Public Consultation Input

A special meeting of the Board, open to the public, for the Board to discuss the proposed closure of Bridge Lake Elementary School has been called for 19 April 2016, 6:30 pm.

Education Discussions
The Board of Education is engaging communities in education discussions to assist the Board in making decisions impacting:

  1. Strategic Planning
  2. Rural Education
  3. Trustee Electoral Boundaries

Mark Thiessen
Superintendent of School District No. 27

Mr. Thiessen writes articles of interest on education in our school district.  As a reader, you may respond to the articles.
Read The Superintendent’s Blog >>

Job Postings
School District No. 27 is one of the largest employers in the Cariboo-Chilcotin Region with over 1,000 employees. Each year we hire new teachers and staff to support education in one of the geographically largest School Districts in B.C.  Get Hired >>