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STEM Trades

Fort St. James Secondary Students have a brand new Bobcat compact loader! This will allow G8-12 learners to develop job readiness skills...

Science Literacy and BC Forest Weeks

This week is the time to celebrate both Science Literacy and BC Forests! Normally, students would be tromping out to the John Prince...

Koh Learning

In August, Chuntoh Education Society and Fort St. James Secondary School co-hosted a gathering of students, educators and administrators...

New Learning Tools

Our summer students have wrapped up the season. It was another fantastic year of project-based learning and field work. In response to...

2020 Scholarship and Bursary Awards

Congratulations to 2020 FSJSS Graduates Tristan Sutherland and Nicole Boyde, recipients of the Chuntoh Education Society Bursary and...

Mark your Calendar!

Our Annual General Meeting is coming up! On August 12 at 10:30 am, sign in to the zoom platform and be a part of our meeting!

Thank You 2020 Grads!

Fort St James Secondary G10-12 learners, with the help of their teacher Gary Soles, designed and built a new sign for the Cinnabar...

Hummingbird Nesting

After the spring rush of hummingbirds at your feeders, do they seem to have disappeared? As buds and flowers begin to open, they have a...

PromoScience Funding 2020-2023

Chuntoh Education Society is thrilled to announce that NSERC's PromoScience program has awarded our charity $260,000 ($80,000/yr,...

Summer Jobs 2020

Chuntoh Education Society has openings for one full-time (35hrs/wk) and one part-time (18hrs/wk) Environmental Education Assistants on...

Hummingbird Migration and Banding 2020

We humans are all working hard together to navigate our home lives, work and communities in ways that keep each other safe during the...

Earth Day 2020

As we all adapt to the changes that coronavirus has brought to our lives and learning, I would like to acknowledge teachers like Gail...

River Otter Diet Analysis

Fort St. James Secondary students recently participated in a river otter diet analysis lab. Yes, otter poo was closely examined. Using...

Cross Country Exploring

David Hoy Elementary has new skis and boots, allowing even the youngest learners to get out on the trails to explore our forests in the...

Pithouse and Cache Trail Visits

Carrier and Culture Educator Jo Anne Leon has been taking David Hoy learners on winter adventures to JPRF's Pithouse and Cache Trail....

Winter Field Camp 2020

20cm of snow delayed them by a day, but these students and teachers would not be denied their winter field experience! They used...

Woot woot!

Nicole, our summer-turned-fall Environmental Education Assistant, has finished local insect collections development. In triplicate! That...