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NLPS News Thursday, September 9, 2021

Success for All!
Lotto68 - 50/50 Draw

Nanaimo-Ladysmith Schools Foundation invites all full-time, part-time and casual employees of Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools (NLPS) to sign-up for a 50/50 draw benefiting students. A $5 entry fee is deducted through NLPS payroll for a chance to win the Lotto68 50/50 draw.

Each payday, a deduction is made from your pay cheque. Half of this deduction is a non-tax deductible contribution to the Nanaimo-Ladysmith Schools Foundation (NLSF) to provide scholarships to graduating students. The other half is placed in the prize pool. 100% of that prize pool is awarded to the staff member whose name is drawn.

Winners took home an average of $600 and in June 2021, NLSF provided $11,000 in scholarships to graduating students. Maybe you could be next - GOOD LUCK!

BC Gaming Event License #119401; Chances are 1 in (total # of entries) to win

REGISTER TODAY

Or call (250) 667-0555

Board Meetings

At the Special Board Meeting Wednesday, September 1, the Board approved the amendment to the local school calendar recognizing the National Day for Truth & Reconciliation. The Board also received reports from senior staff about school start up, financial year end surplus allocation and trustee zone assignments. Watch the meeting.

At the Education Committee Meeting Wednesday, September 8, the Board approved the Policy Committee Work Plan for 2021-22; they received an update about the summer outreach programs, school start up, Truth and Reconciliation and the District Review Story. Watch the meeting.

Bikes for Kids Vancouver Island

Thanks to Bikes for Kids, now in its fifth year, students in Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools and other island communities will once again receive refurbished bicycles.

  • Do you have a bike your child has outgrown or perhaps one that is no longer in use?
  • Maybe you know a little about repairing bikes?
  • Do you know a child who needs a bike?
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Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools