Fort McMurray Public School District

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Fort McMurray Public School District No. 2833
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Location
231 Hardin Street
Fort McMurray, Alberta
T9H 2G2

Canada
Coordinates 56°43′46″N 111°22′28″W / 56.72944°N 111.37444°W / 56.72944; -111.37444Coordinates: 56°43′46″N 111°22′28″W / 56.72944°N 111.37444°W / 56.72944; -111.37444
District information
Superintendent Douglas Nicholls
Chair of the board Jeff Thompson
Schools 13 (as of 2011)
Budget CA$60.7[1] million (2008/2009)
Students and staff
Students 4,750 (approx. as of 2009)
Other information
Elected trustees Angela Adams
Stephanie Blackler
Glenn Cooper
Linda Mywaart
Jeff Thompson
Website fmpsdschools.ca

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 (ECDP-6) re-opening August 2017
    • Christina Gordon Public School (ECDP-6) opening August 2017
    • Dave McNeilly Public School (ECDP-6) opening August 2017
    • Doctor K. A. Clark School (ECDP-6)
    • Ecolé Dickinsfield School (ECDP-6, English and French immersion.)
    • Greely Road School (ECDP-6)
    • Thickwood Heights School (ECDP-6)
    • Timberlea School (ECDP-6)
    • Walter & Gladys Hill (ECDP-6)
    • Westview School (ECDP-6)
  • Junior High Schools
  • Senior High School
    • Composite High School (7-12)
    • Westwood Community High School (10-12, English and French immersion.)
  • Alternative and Special Programs
    • Fort McMurray Islamic School (ECDP-6 at Greely Road & FMIS High School at Composite High School)
    • Fort McMurray Christian School (ECDP-9)
    • Frank Spragins High School (formerly Second Chance School) (9-12, Alternative module based program.)

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