Cariboo Mainline Science Fair - April 7, 8 and 9

Held at TRU, the Cariboo Mainline Regional Science Fair is one of 14 annual regional science fairs held in the province and is open to all students in School Districts No. 27 Cariboo-Chilcotin, No. 58. Nicola-Similkameen, No. 73 Kamloops-Thompson and No. 74 Gold Trail. 

 Young Artists – April 29, 2020

 Young Artists is an annual event for aspiring artists in elementary school to showcase their artwork and take part in a series of workshops.  The school district has offered this unique opportunity to our students since 1987.

Again this year, over 120 students, from grades 4 through 7, will be selected to participate in the Young Artists’ Conference.  Each school has a selection committee which will review a variety of 2-dimensional artwork submitted by students.  The selection committee will choose between 2 and 6 students (depending on school enrollment numbers) to represent their school at the Young Artists’ Conference.


 Young Authors' Conference - May 1, 2020

 The Young Authors' Conference is for aspiring young writers. It is hosted by School District No. 73 and held at Thompson Rivers University every spring. 
Creative writing is celebrated as a joyful and rewarding art. Participating grades 4-12 students attend engaging workshops facilitated by published writers, develop their writing skills and confidence, and collaborate with peers. 

Heritage Fair - May 7 and 8, 2020

SD73 has proudly supported the Heritage Fair since its inception in 1994.  The multi-media, multi-discipline education program was developed to inspire students to learn the history of their families, their communities and their cultures.

The inquiry completed in Heritage Fair projects embodies both the First Peoples and OECD Principles of Learning. An annual event, offers teachers a way to help their students dive deeper into their learning and to refine their competencies including critical thinking, collaboration, and communication. 

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