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Posted On Friday, May 27, 2022

Moon and StarsDear Parents and Caregivers:
Thank you for honouring the anniversary of the discovery of Le Estcwicwéy? (the missing) at the Kamloops Indian Residential School. Our hearts go out to every person who is impacted.
Marion Schilling Elementary School
Vice Chair Wade, Principal Piggin, Vice Principal Chernoff, and I enjoyed seeing the buddy reading and “roll and read” game in Mrs. Patton’s class. As we walked to the next classroom, a beautiful...

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Posted On Friday, May 27, 2022

NM_groupJuniper Ridge student Sawyer Niedziejko took top spot in the Gauss Mathematics Contest held at the Henry Grube Education Centre on May 18.
Organized by the University of Waterloo, the Gauss Mathematics Contest asks complex problem-solving questions based on curriculum common to all Canadian provinces. After the contest, students participate in enrichment mathematical activities where they work together, think critically and creatively, and communicate their solutions.
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Posted On Thursday, May 26, 2022

Superhero ParadeJude Mitton, a grade 4 student at  Lloyd George Elementary School has Duchenne Multiple Dystrophy. On Thursday, May 26 his whole school was behind him showing their support for Jude, and to raise awareness for Sunday’s Walk to Defeat Duchenne.
Jude, who currently uses a mobility scooter to move around the school, donned a superhero cape and led the way as the students from Lloyd George, held their own superhero walk and fundraiser and made their way through...

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Posted On Thursday, May 26, 2022

NM_dancersLanguage, tradition, and learning were among the takeaways from the Kamloops-Thompson School District’s first-ever powwow.
Hundreds of grade 4 and 5 students came together on Wednesday, May 25 at the Tk’emlups Arbour to join hands – literally and figuratively – and participate in what proved to be an immersive cultural experience complete with traditional prayers, hand drumming, dancers in regalia, and singing.
“We welcome you with open arms...

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Posted On Wednesday, May 25, 2022

NM_Student looking at her phoneSD73's District Parent Advisory Committee (DPAC) is presenting a free online workshop for parents and caregivers by Mosiac Sexual Health Education on Tuesday, June 21 from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm.
In this workshop, you will learn about age-appropriate strategies and tips for talking to children and teens about sexting, consent, and safety. The webinar will cover the laws covering intimate image sharing and explain why this is a “must have” conversation. Parents will...

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