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Posted On Monday, March 01, 2021

Board Notes Feb. 22, 2021From the regular meeting of the Board of Education. All about Anti-Racism & Human Rights Education in Action along with an implementation Plan. Read Board Notes here .

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Posted On Monday, March 01, 2021

Presentation to Board of Trustees Feb. 22, 2021The District’s schools, through the Diversity in BC framework, are developing strategies to promote mutual understanding and increased respect for cultural differences and to act against racism.
“Diversity refers to the ways in which we differ from each other,” said Vessy Mochikas, director of instruction, elementary learning. “Some of these differences are visible, for example, race age, gender and ethnicity, while others are less visible, such as...

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Posted On Friday, February 26, 2021

Preparations for Day of Sucwentwecw This year’s Day of Sucwentwecw celebration may need to be different due to the pandemic, but it will move forward with the help of two Arthur Hatton elementary classes.
Sucwentwecw, the Secwepemctsin word for acknowledging one another, is an initiative that recognizes and celebrates the Secwepemc people and the other Aboriginal people residing in the Secwepemc-úlecw.
The event, held on April 7 each year, is designed for students to share their learning,...

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Posted On Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Pink Shirt DayIt’s easier to stand up to bullying when you know you’re not alone -- it’s pretty easy to see who’s standing with you on Pink Shirt Day.
On February 24, numerous Kamloops students, school staff, sheriffs, and police officers will add a splash of pink to their wardrobe to show the community where they stand against stopping bullying.
“Pink Shirt Day is a reminder of what the District strives for every day, which is having programs and services...

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Posted On Thursday, February 18, 2021

Grad 2020Completion rates for students in School District No. 73 continue to improve according to the recently released stats from the BC Ministry of Education. 
The rate for all SD73 students in the 2019-2020 school year is 89.5 per cent, up slightly from last year’s 88.3 per cent completion rate. The graduation rate measures the number of Grade 8 students who graduate within six years.
“Since 2012-2013 there has been an upward trend in School District No. 73’s...

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