School News


Calling Lake School host 2nd Annual Science Fair March 3rd

The school is hosting its 2nd Annual ECS - Grade 12 Science Fair on Friday, March 3rd in the gymnasium! Students have been busy researching and preparing their displays. It is not a competition as there is too much of a range in age and grades. All classes…

Northland School Division Community Engagement Discussions

The Government of Alberta is committed to working collaboratively with members of the Northland School Division community to take action and help ensure a positive future for students of the division. Part of this commitment means working to restore…


School hosts Graduation Ceremony for three students

February, 2016 newsletter

The February newsletter is now available on our website. Click here to view the publication! 


Métis Week 2015

The school will be honouring Métis Week 2015 tomorrow (Thursday). Allen Boucher, who is also coming to speak in recognition of National Addictions Awareness Week, will be performing the Red River Jig! We encourage everyone to attend and dance! 

National Addictions Awareness Week

The school is hosting events to recognize National Addictions Awareness Week. The theme for 2015 is "Addiction Matters".  November 19, 2015: Starting at 9:30 a.m.: National Addictions Awareness Week resources will be available for students in the school's…

Remembrance Day - In Flanders Fields poem translated in Cree

Remembrance Day is November 11th. Click here to watch In Flanders Fields poem translated in Cree by Charles Houle!

October Newsletter

The October school newsletter is now available! Click here to view the newsletter. 

Positive Literacy Results for Northland Schools

Northland School Division No.61’s (NSD61) long term vision for the division-wide Literacy Initiative is coming to fruition after three years. Gail Sajo, Literacy Supervisor, presented the latest progress report to the Northland Board on June 26th.…

Cultural Week June 16th - 18th

The school is hosting Cultural Week from June 16 -18! This week is organized to recognize Aboriginal Day on June 21st. Click here to view the schedule of events!