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Posted On Thursday, September 17, 2020

Sept 14, 2020From the regular meeting of the Board of Education. Find out about how the Re-start Plan is working and the Numeracy Program. Read Board Notes here .

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Posted On Tuesday, September 15, 2020

NumeracyThe District’s Numeracy Action Plan is moving forward with a few modifications due to the pandemic. District numeracy coordinator Amanda Russett , with district principal Sheryl Lindquist and director of instruction Lisa Carson , presented to the Board of Education at its regular meeting Sept. 14.
The Board heard about four parts of the plan: Parents as Numeracy Partners, District Numeracy Assessment, District Numeracy Scope and Sequence, and the Teacher Learning...

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Posted On Tuesday, September 15, 2020

A majority of students have returned to classAfter weeks of planning and implementing new health and safety guidelines, Kamloops-Thompson School District estimates almost all students returned to class Sept. 10 and 11.  
In his report to the Board of Education on Monday, Sept. 14, Superintendent Terry Sullivan noted that an estimated 94 per cent of both high school students and elementary students had returned.   
While the majority of students have returned to class, the preliminary enrolment snapshot...

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Posted On Monday, September 14, 2020

Schools Announcement SD73 schools will limit smoke exposure for staff and students by: 
 Allowing students who are sensitive to the smoke to remain indoors during lunch/breaks;
 Closing exterior doors and windows;
 Rescheduling outdoor activities, particularly strenuous activities like PE;
Closely monitor students with asthma or other breathing conditions.
Closing doors and windows and utilizing filtered ventilation systems during the health warning.
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Posted On Monday, September 14, 2020

SD73 schools will limit smoke exposure for staff and students by: 
 Allowing students who are sensitive to the smoke to remain indoors during lunch/breaks;
 Closing exterior doors and windows;
 Rescheduling outdoor activities, particularly strenuous activities like PE;
Closely monitor students with asthma or other breathing conditions.
Closing doors and windows and utilizing filtered ventilation systems during the health warning.
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