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School District 68

Contact Information

Have questions? For general inquiries about Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools please contact us.

Phone (250) 754-5521
Email communications@sd68.bc.ca

Mailing Address

School District 68 (Nanaimo-Ladysmith)
395 Wakesiah Avenue
Nanaimo, British Columbia
V9R 3K6‏

What are trustees' responsibilities?

Boards of education are elected to improve student achievement. They do it by engaging their communities in building and maintaining a school system that reflects local priorities, values and expectations. School trustees listen to their communities, guide the work of their school district, setting a plan, policy and the annual budget – and report back to the public on how our students are doing.

Board Members

Nine people have been elected by the public to serve as trustees on the Nanaimo Ladysmith Board of Education.

Meet the members of the Board of Education for School District 68 (Nanaimo-Ladysmith)

Jamie Brennan

Jamie Brennan

For the past seven years, Jamie Brennan has been working as a Mental Health Advocate fo...
Natasha Bob

Natasha Bob

Natasha is currently working as a Cultural Enhancement Worker for Kw’umut Lelum Child a...
Tania Brzovic

Tania Brzovic

Tania Brzovic is a life-long Nanaimoite who was one of the first special needs students...
Stephanie Higginson (Board Vice-Chair)

Stephanie Higginson (Board Vice-Chair)

Stephanie Higginson is a former high school teacher with a passion for issues in equity...
Scott Kimler

Scott Kimler

Scott Kimler is a retired scientist (MS Geophysics, Pennsylvania State University), self-taught...
Steve Rae (Board Chair)

Steve Rae (Board Chair)

Steve is a married father of two school-aged children and has lived in the Nanaimo area...
Bill Robinson

Bill Robinson

Bill, who is serving his second term as an SD68 trustee, is best known as the creator,...
Noah Routley

Noah Routley

Noah completed his B.Sc. in Psychology at the University of Victoria. Since then he has...
Jeff Solomon

Jeff Solomon

Jeff Solomon retired as a provincial child protection social worker in 2013 after a 27...