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PSD Adds Athabasca Delta Community School

June 24, 2022 - Parkland School Division is growing by one school next year. In a unique opportunity…

Athabasca Delta Community School, Board, Board Meeting, Truth & Reconciliation
Jun 24

Regular Board Meeting Highlights - June 21, 2022

Tuesday, June 21, 2022 - The Board of Trustees is pleased to share with all education stakeholders…

Attendance Area Review, Board, Board Meeting, Community Engagement, Copperhaven School, Duffield School, FNMI, High Park School, Muir Lake School, Parkland Village School, Prescott Learning Centre, Truth & Reconciliation
Jun 21

Assistant Principal Appointments for 2022-2023

May 27, 2022 - Parkland School Division’s Superintendent of Schools, Shauna Boyce, is pleased…

Connections For Learning, École Meridian Heights School, Graminia School, Muir Lake School, Prescott Learning Centre, Staffing Announcement
May 27

Administrative Appointments for 2022-2023

May 20, 2022 - Parkland School Division’s Superintendent of Schools, Shauna Boyce, is pleased…

Centre for Education, École Meridian Heights School, Entwistle School, Forest Green School, High Park School, Prescott Learning Centre, Staffing Announcement, Woodhaven Middle School
May 20

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Jun 27

All Day

Canadian Multiculturalism Day

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Jun 29

All Day

Last Day of School (students)

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Jun 30

All Day

Staff Planning & Development Day

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About Parkland School Division

Parkland School Division (PSD) is a dedicated provider of quality public education, serving more than 73,000 residents living west of Edmonton. The Division is large in area, spanning almost 2,450 square kilometres, but small enough that students, parents and staff learn each other’s faces and names quickly.

Attendance areas stretch as far west as Tomahawk and Entwistle, and include rural areas south of Spruce Grove and Stony Plain, with the North Saskatchewan River providing a natural southern boundary all the way to Devon.

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