Fort McMurray Public School District

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Coordinates: 56°43′46″N 111°22′28″W / 56.72944°N 111.37444°W / 56.72944; -111.37444

Fort McMurray Public School District
Fort McMurray Public School District No. 2833
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Board office location 231 Hardin Street
Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada
Number of schools 13 (as of 2011)
2008/2009 budget (CAD $ millions) $60.7[1]
Number of students 4,750 (approx. as of 2009)
Chair of the Board Jeff Thompson
Superintendent Dennis Parsons
Elected Trustees Angela Adams
Stephanie Blackler
Glenn Cooper
Linda Mywaart
Jeff Thompson
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Fort McMurray Public School District No. 2833 or the Fort McMurray Public School District is a publicly funded school district, serving the urban service area of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada and the outlying areas.


The mission statement of the school district is:

Fort McMurray Public School District is a learning community dedicated to educating all students for personal excellence.


Schools[edit]

  • Elementary Schools
    • Beacon Hill School (K-8)
    • Doctor K. A. Clark School (K-8)
    • Ecolé Dickinsfield School (K-6, English and French immersion.)
    • Greely Road School (K-8)
    • Thickwood Heights School (ECDP, K-6)
    • Timberlea School (K-6)
    • Westview School (K-6)
  • Junior High Schools
  • Senior High School
    • Composite High School (9-12)
    • Westwood Community High School (10-12)
  • Alternative and Special Programs
    • Fort McMurray Islamic School (K-8)
    • Fort McMurray Christian School (K-9)
    • Frank Spragins High School (formerly Second Chance School) (9-12, Alternative module based program.)

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