Board of Education

The key focus for the Kamloops-Thompson Board of Education is improving student achievement. The Board plays an essential role in the public education system by addressing the interests of students through local decision-making with an engaged community. More information About the Board's mandate and its work is here

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Top row, from left: Meghan S. Wade (Vice-Chair), John O'Fee, Heather Grieve (Chair), Joe Small, Diane Jules. Bottom row, from left: Cara McKelvey, Rhonda Kershaw, Kathleen Karpuk, Shelley Sim. Meet the Trustees.

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Truth and Reconciliation

School District No. 73 (Kamloops-Thompson) acknowledges that we reside in Secwepemcúl’ecw and recognizes the Secwepemc People as the keepers of their traditions and knowledge. The District believes that a relevant and engaging learning experience is necessary to maximize the success of Aboriginal learners. Truth and reconciliation through equity and inclusion are principles that are fundamental to the positive learning experience of every student. Ensuring equity is the foundation for improving student achievement and is central to each learner’s experience and engagement. Read the Aboriginal Education Report here. 

The District and representatives of participating First Nations Bands work in partnership to ensure that a Local Education Agreement (LEA) is implemented, monitored, revised as necessary. The committee also makes recommendations or decisions regarding programs and supports for students living on-reserve.

 

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Ask the Board

Have a question? The Board would like to hear from you. For school based concerns first talk to your school. Start with your teacher, and your principal.

Present to the Board

Individuals or groups are welcome to present to the Board at public meetings following the process 
set out in Policy 7, Sect. 10.1.

Support the Board

Want to add your voice to ours? Send us your letters to support our advocacy for Kamloops-Thompson
students and families. 

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