Get-togethers are open to full-time PAVE students and their families and are an integral part of the PAVE experience. We will try to alternate event locations and activities and we invite your suggestions for these activities.
P.A.V.E. provides a customized, innovative approach to the traditional way of delivering distance education and includes interaction between students, parents, and teachers.
P.A.V.E. is a partnership between Peace Wapiti School Division No. 76 and High Prairie School Division. Students receiving their education through P.A.V.E. must be registered with one of these two divisions. Our school year follows the Peace Wapiti School Division calendar.
Take a look inside PWSD's viewbook to learn about the successes of our students, teachers and programs. New to the area? Contact us about registering your child at our school.
Many young Albertans face life challenges, yet they inspire and change the lives of others. Does this remind you of a Great Kid you know? Nominate them for a 2019 Great Kids Award. The deadline has been extended to 4:00 p.m. on January 31, 2019.
Construction is complete on the new Peace Wapiti Enterprise Centre in Grande Prairie. PWEC is currently running a soft opening, serving Grades 7-12 students registered in PWPSD's Alt. Ed. Program.
Using a three-tiered approach, Peace Wapiti Public School Division is working to increase regular attendance at school and look at how absenteeism impacts student development.
Have you ever wondered how PWPSD determines when to cancel buses during inclement weather? Click the 'Read More' button to learn about our process.
Consider nominating an educator for a 2019 Prime Minister’s Award. Click the 'Read More' button to access the nomination package. Submissions due electronically or by mail before January 14, 2019.