All Sunshine Coast Schools will be open and most school buses will be running today. Pender Harbour buses will not run in the morning due to slippery back roads. Also, the Bonniebrook bus will not be running this morning. Possible school bus delays in other areas as well. Please watch our website for updates.
All SD 46 (Sunshine Coast) schools will be closed to students and staff tomorrow, Thursday, January 16th. The forecast and current conditions will create unsafe conditions for our school buses, staff and family vehicles.
Please continue to monitor our website, twitter and/ or Facebook accounts for updates.
All SD 46 (Sunshine Coast) schools will be closed to students and staff today, Wednesday, January 15th. The overnight snow fall has created an unsafe condition for our school buses, staff and family vehicles. The forecast indicates that we may have significant snow fall tonight as well. Please continue to monitor our website, twitter and/ or Facebook accounts for updates. Keep warm and have a safe and enjoyable day.
All schools will be open on the Sunshine Coast today. Pender Harbour buses are canceled. Secret Cove and Upper Roberts Creek students will need to walk out to meet the bus.
Pick-up Notice: Halfmoon Bay Elementary Bus Cancellation – any bus going north along Redroofs towards Secret Cove is canceled.
All SD46 schools will be open today and most buses are running. There is a little more snow near Egmont so the Garden Bay, Egmont and Francis Peninsula school buses will not run due to slippery conditions. There may be some bus delays on some routes.
The Madeira Park StrongStart Early Learning Centre is closed today. All other StrongStart centres are open.
We were fortunate to have a group of 16 students along with their teacher from Sacred Heart School in Moga, India for an inaugural two week visit to learn more about each other’s countries, cultures and schools. It is a very unique opportunity to have an international group visit from India and build connections between our two communities. Their trip included visits to all the communities on the Sunshine Coast and time spent learning more about our local Indigenous cultures. Pictured here is the closing ceremony at Elphinstone Secondary and learning in our community with Teacher Barry Krangle. Thank you to all of our community who made their trip a memorable and educational experience!