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Posted On Friday, January 14, 2022

Moon and StarsDear Parents and Caregivers
We have had a very successful week with lower student absenteeism than what has been experienced historically. Thank you for having your children stay home when ill and for putting health and wellness first for everyone. While this is a time of uncertainty, our District Continuity of Learning Plan and commitment to existing and enhanced safety measures has been effective.
District Student Advisory Council
On Wednesday, January 12,...

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Posted On Friday, January 14, 2022

As we work to improve communication with you as parents, I am sharing two new updates to our attendance management system:
Safe Arrival : Starting on Monday, January 17, there will be a safe arrival phone call home to parents of any students who are absent from class and unexcused by 9:30 am. You will still be able to use the School Messenger app or absence line to let us know when your student will be away, however, there will be a cut off time for...

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Posted On Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Understanding Indigenous Principles SD73 presenters Trudi Nielsen, Aboriginal District Resource Teacher K-3, and Charmayne Wilson, Aboriginal Distict Resource Teacher On-the-Land, will be sharing local and traditional medicines from the territory. They will also be using and teaching Secwepemctsin (Secwepemc Language) terms and references. This will lead to a deeper understanding of the local language, as well as local Indigenous ways of knowing and doing.   The workshop will be held via ZOOM on Thursday,...
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Posted On Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Board Notes Jan. 10, 2022From the regular meeting of the Board of Education. Find out about Phased Start to Schools and Bus Approval for Batchelor Heights Students. Read Board Notes here .

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Posted On Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Loran Scholarship finalistsTwo Kamloops high school students have been announced as finalists for the national Loran Scholarship , a fund chosen based on character, service, and leadership.
Grade 12 students Ila Campbell of Valleyview Secondary School (VSS) and Thea Wells of South Kamloops Secondary School (SKSS) are among the 90 finalists – the largest group to-date – for one of 36  prestigious awards, valued at $100,000 over four years and comprised of a $10,000 living stipend, up...

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