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Posted On Friday, April 12, 2024

Heavy Metal RocksThe Kamloops-Thompson Board of Education is committed to the Career Development Priority to ensure that students explore diverse learning experiences in real world occupations.
Heavy Metal Rocks is an annual event for grade 11 and 12 students who apply to take part in learning about operational aspects of running heavy equipment in the field. The Heavy Metal Rocks Program in SD73 is celebrating its 16th year in operation. The program provides opportunities for students to...

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Posted On Friday, April 05, 2024

Moon and StarsDear Parents and Caregivers:
Welcome back from Spring Break–seeing family, spending time with friends, working on home-based projects, continuing work in quieter spaces or a combination of activities. In the District Strategic Plan, a core value commitment is wellbeing– physical, social, mental, emotional, and environmental dimensions. The month of April is focused on sharing stories about wellbeing and the value and Grandfather Teaching, Humility.
Marion...

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Posted On Friday, April 05, 2024

The Cariboo-Mainline Regional Science FairIn the 2022-2027 District Strategic Plan , Intellectual Development Priority, we create learning opportunities and environments in which students develop their critical and creative thinking as well as their literacies in different disciplines, including Science. One way that we encourage the sharing of students’ learning is through an annual science fair.
The Cariboo-Mainline Regional Science Fair was held at Thompson Rivers University on Tuesday April 2 and Wednesday...

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Posted On Friday, April 05, 2024

DOS 2024 03The Kamloops-Thompson Board of Education and the Aboriginal Education Council with representatives of seven Secwepemc First Nations and Métis Nations communities articulated the Cultural Identity Priority In the 2022-2027 District Strategic Plan. The purpose is to ensure that every student is welcomed, sees themselves in school and district environments, and feels cared for, and has a sense of belonging in schools.
Diane Jules, Chair of the Aboriginal Education Council...

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Posted On Thursday, April 04, 2024

Parent Engagement Session Presented by POPFASD
Join a special presentation by the Provincial Outreach Program for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (POPFASD) for an in-person Parent Engagement Session. This session will incorporate discussions and resources on two critical subjects: FASD Sexual Health and Care for the Caregiver. Delving into these topics will provide attendees with insights and strategies to navigate these complex areas with confidence and compassion.
This free Parent Engagement...

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