Seabird Island Community School

Seabird Island Community School receives new roof in $800,000 project

It’s been a long time coming. For the last 2-years, leaky areas of Seabird Island Community School’s roof have been covered with tarps - providing a short-term fix to a long-term problem. It wasn’t a pretty solution, but it gave Seabird time to seek funding to replace the aging cedar shingle roof. “We started that [...]

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Parents Advisory Committee comes to Seabird Island

January 26th marked the first meeting of the Parents Advisory Committee at Seabird Island. “…we held our first Seabird Island Community School PAC meeting. It was more of an overview of what a PAC is and a discussion about what we can do to recruit more parents as we move forward,” explains Stacy McNeil, a parent [...]

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