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Save Cedar Schools is challenging the school board's decision to close Cedar Secondary School at the end next year.
Cuts to services and positions and moving students around are all strategies to balance the books in Nanaimo school district.
NANAIMO – Trustees remove two proposed cuts and deferr a motion to look into removing more at budget meeting.
Ladysmith parents can find out more about the school district's proposal Monday, April 15 at 5 p.m. at Ecole Davis Road.
NANAIMO – Senior staff propose several changes to school calendar.
NANAIMO: More elementary school students than expected in school district classrooms this fall.
Nanaimo school district is thinking about selling off property in Cassidy known as the old Waterloo School site.
Nanaimo educators say a tentative deal between teachers and the employers’ association leaves important issues unresolved.
School District 68 trustees voted 6-1 against extending spring break to two weeks next year.
The Nanaimo-Ladysmith School District is adding one new position and rearranging others to establish a learning services department.
A Cassidy man who set up roadside memorials on the Island Highway is speaking out after noticing that someone removed them
A Nanaimo mother was cleared Friday of impaired and dangerous driving charges stemming from a crash that killed her two sons.
School trustees have a “window of opportunity” this year to make some money-saving changes to the district’s budget.
Organizers of the largest year-end party for graduating students in Nanaimo and Ladysmith are seeking volunteers.
A Nanaimo man will serve a community sentence for sexually assaulting four girls.
School District 68 is going back to the basics to boost student achievement.
Nanaimo-Ladysmith school trustee Donna Allen has reversed her decision to give up her seat, and she has been sworn into office.
A review of French immersion programs in School District 68 recommends changes to school configurations.
Western Forest Products will invest $200 million to modernize its sawmill and timberland operations over the next two or three years.
As teachers ready themselves for the first day of job action today (Sept. 6), the Education Minister isn't holding much hope talks between the teachers' union and the province will end in a negotiated settlement quickly.