District of Fort St. James receives student recognition from School District 91

The District of Fort St. James was recently presented with a plaque of student recognition from School District 91, Nechako Lakes.

  • Jan. 18, 2017 1:00 p.m.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

The District of Fort St. James was recently presented with a plaque of student recognition from School District 91, Nechako Lakes.

As partners in education, District is recognized as a continued supporter for various contributions and opportunities given to students within the Fort St. James community.

Charlene Seguin, superintendent/CEO of schools for District 91, says that it is always appreciated, the support received from mayor and council in each community.

“We find that they are always very interested in educational opportunities for the students in their communities and always look for opportunities to work with the District and community schools,” Seguin said.

“Fort St. James Mayor and Council have been very supportive of our “Project Fire Fighter” and certainly continue to provide job opportunities for students in the summer.”


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