Three Yukon schools vote to join First Nation School Board

Three more schools in the Yukon have voted to join the First Nation School Board, reports CBC. Eliza Van Bibber School in Pelly Crossing, Ghùch Tlâ Community School in Carcross, and Kluane Lake School in Destruction Bay voted to join the school board. The schools must receive formal approval from Yukon’s education minister and the First Nation School Board trustees, after which they will be set to join the board for the beginning of the 2023-24 school year. “We are honoured that these three schools voted ‘yes’ to join the First Nation School Board,” reads a statement on the school board’s website.

CBC | Yukon News