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If you have questions about Ƶ, please contact us 

Ƶ resides within the traditional territories of the Snuneymuxw, Snaw-Naw-As and Stz’uminus First Nations. In addition, the district is a proud community partner with the Tillicum Lelum Aboriginal Friendship Centre and the Mid Island Métis Nation.

District Leadership Team

Indigenous Learning Team


Early Learning


Questions about school bus service?

If you have questions about school bus service, please call 250 741-5214 or 250 741-5246, or email communications@sd68.bc.ca.


District Parent Advisory Council (DPAC)

Information and Privacy Resources

The has resources to assist you in dealing with issues related to information and privacy.

If you wish to make a Freedom of Information request, contact DirectorCommunications@sd68.bc.ca or call 250 754-5521.

Contact Information

General communications inquiries about Ƶ.

Phone (250) 754-5521
Email communications

Mailing Address

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395 Wakesiah Avenue
Nanaimo, BC  V9R 3K6

Employee Groups

Canadian Union of Public Employees
Jeff Virtanen,
President of Local 606
Phone: 250 729-0842;
Email:  cupe606@shaw.ca

Nanaimo District Teachers’ Association
Joanne Cornthwaite, President
Phone: 250 756-1237

Nanaimo School Administrators’ Association
Lisa Frey, President
Phone: 250 758-7941


Contact the Board

If you would like to submit a letter to the Board of Education to be included in the public Board agenda package please email Karen Matthews, Manager – Administrative Services: DistrictAdministrationCentreManager@sd68.bc.ca.

Please note: Due to privacy legislation, if your letter contains names, addresses or any personal information of a student, district employee or a member of the general public, the letter will only be available in the closed Board meeting packages.

You can also contact individual trustees


Contact Human Resources

Please note that applications are only accepted via  website, please go to our Employment Opportunities page.

If you have received an email confirmation from , we have received your application.

Due to the high volume of applications, we will not be able to respond to individual requests.


Nanaimo-Ladysmith Schools Foundation

Nanaimo-Ladysmith Schools Foundation is a registered, community-based charity that helps the students in Ƶ.  Initiatives include Food4Schools, Student Support Fund, Scholarships and Bursaries as well as Enhanced Learning initiatives and grants.

Visit their  to find out how you can help.