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Posted On Friday, April 09, 2021

Flags are at half-mast to honour Prince PhilipPursuant to the  British Columbia policy for Half-masting (Section 12) , the Canadian flag on all British Columbia government buildings and establishments across the province will be flown at half-mast from now (April 9, 2021) until sunset on the day of the funeral and memorial service (to be determined) to acknowledge death of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh. Superintendents are asked to have all schools lower their flags to mark this occasion as well.

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Posted On Wednesday, April 07, 2021

Become a Homestay FamilyThe District would like you to consider becoming a homestay family. In addition to helping a student from another country while they attend school, you can make a little extra income.
School District No. 73 compensates families at a rate of $875 per month, per student. That is $4,375 per semester and $8,750 per school year. Families may host multiple students if they wish.
Your duties as a host family will include providing a private room for each student, having regular...

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Posted On Wednesday, April 07, 2021

Rhonda KershawBy Rhonda Kershaw, Chair Board of Education
April 7, 2021
As we enter the final stretch of the school year, I would like to take a few moments to reflect on the year so far.  While it has been a tumultuous year our students have remained in class and learning.  We have seen many successes this year, and learning has looked similar as in the past, with some exceptions.  Students and staff have adapted through the year to new routines, and a lot of hand washing! ...

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Posted On Thursday, April 01, 2021

Mobile App A Kamloops RCMP investigation is ongoing, following a school threat that led to a heavy police presence on Kamloops’ north shore yesterday.
On March 31, around 1:40 p.m., Kamloops RCMP received a call involving a very serious and specific threat to NorKam Senior Secondary School. As part of its response, RCMP followed its normal procedure to contact the school district and provide it with information and recommendations about the threat. RCMP advised the school district...

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Posted On Thursday, March 25, 2021

Kamloops, BCThe semi-annual meeting between the Board of Education and Kamloops City Councillors addressed school site acquisition charges, the Long-Range Facility plan and renewed the two local levels of government to continue to work together to advocate for improved facilities for students in Kamloops.
At the joint meeting held March 23, Superintendent Terry Sullivan provided an update to city council and senior city staff regarding the District’s continued work with Interior...

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