The old Maple Drive School has been transformed for Quesnel Junior School students. From left to right: Gloria Jackson, chair of the school board stands with Suzanne Bolin, principle of QJS, Scott Thomson, manager of operations at QJS, and Sue-Ellen Miller, the school district superintendent in front of the temporary school. Heather Norman photo

VIDEO: Students return to school at the temporary QJS

The Observer chatted with the school principal and some incoming QJS students this morning

It’s the beginning of September, and that means cooler weather, pumpkin spice, and it’s time to go to back to school.

Classes started this morning for many across the province, and School District 28 was no exception. The Observer spent the morning at the temporary Quesnel Junior School, meeting the incoming grade eight students and chatting with school principal Suzanne Bolin.

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