Francophone Sud School District

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Francophone Sud School District
Location
Dieppe, New Brunswick

Canada
Coordinates46°05′52″N 64°44′14″W / 46.09778°N 64.73722°W / 46.09778; -64.73722Coordinates: 46°05′52″N 64°44′14″W / 46.09778°N 64.73722°W / 46.09778; -64.73722
Chair of the boardGilles Bourque[1]
Director of educationAnne-Marie LeBlanc (Acting)[2]
Students and staff
Students13,000+ (2012-2013)
Other information
Websitefrancophonesud.nbed.nb.ca

Francophone Sud School District is a Canadian school district in New Brunswick.

Francophone Sud School District is a Francophone district operating 35 public schools (gr. K-12) in Albert, Westmorland, Saint John, Charlotte, Kings, Queens, Sunbury, and York, Northumberland County, New Brunswick.

Enrolment was approximately 13,000 students and 1,700 staff.[3] Francophone is headquartered in Dieppe.[4]

History[edit]

Francophone Sud School District merged in June 30, 2012 from 1 and 11.

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