Category Archives: General
This is an important reminder to all students who graduated in June and are planning to attend post-secondary in the fall (September 2019) that you must complete your PSI form before July 12th or your admission status could be impacted. This process … Continue reading
With summer vacation time setting in for parents and students, we wanted to share some important information for the next few months: The NPSS Counselling Office will be open on Monday, August 26th from 8am-4pm. September 3, 8:44am to 11:15 – … Continue reading
Mr. Barry’s grade 12 physical education students invited a grade 5 class from R.O. for multiple days of sports activities.
The Sr. Alt class held a ceremony on Wednesday to officially open the Peace Orchard and Healing Gardens. Ally Peever and Maddie Carter were the mc’s. They invited Elder Madeline Davis from Doig River First Nation to open the event … Continue reading
Our Boys Rugby team was in Grande Prairie on Friday for a 7s tournament. The boys went undefeated – a great way to finish the season! The Athletics Banquet on Thursday night recognized the successes of all of our sports teams. Congrats … Continue reading
We are very excited to announce our 2019/2020 Student Council! We had over 100 students come out and vote on Wednesday at main campus, and over 80 at the ELC. The results are: President Pauleanne Codilla Vice President Joseph Seo … Continue reading
NPSS Student Arya Xu competed in the Euclid Math Contest and placed in the top 25% in the country! Congratulations Arya…we’re very proud of you!
NPSS staff and students are planting fruit and medicinal trees and bushes in front of the library today. The event originated from the Senior Alt class as part of their plans for community improvement. The orchard project is made possible … Continue reading
On Thursday NPSS students participated in the ‘My Strength is Not for Hurting’ violence against women campaign. Constable Neustaeter presented to the school on the signs of an unhealthy relationship, local statistics on violence, and what can be done to … Continue reading