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Posted On Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Board Notes April 12, 2021From the regular meeting of the Board of Education. All about Long-Range Facilities Plan and Proposed Reviews of 4 Catchment Boundaries. Read Board Notes here .

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Posted On Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Catchment Boundaries Consultations   The Kamloops-Thompson Board of Education is serving notice of four proposed catchment boundary changes and the re-opening of a school being considered for September, 2022.
In order to manage enrolment levels, District staff is recommending to the Board of Education that a change be made to catchment areas for Aberdeen/Pacific Way, Sa-Hali/SKSS, Dallas/RL Clemitson, Juniper Ridge/Marion Schilling, and the reopening of Ralph Bell Elementary School. 
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Posted On Friday, April 09, 2021

Flags are at half-mast to honour Prince PhilipPursuant to the  British Columbia policy for Half-masting (Section 12) , the Canadian flag on all British Columbia government buildings and establishments across the province will be flown at half-mast from now (April 9, 2021) until sunset on the day of the funeral and memorial service (to be determined) to acknowledge death of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh. Superintendents are asked to have all schools lower their flags to mark this occasion as well.

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Posted On Thursday, April 01, 2021

Mobile App A Kamloops RCMP investigation is ongoing, following a school threat that led to a heavy police presence on Kamloops’ north shore yesterday.
On March 31, around 1:40 p.m., Kamloops RCMP received a call involving a very serious and specific threat to NorKam Senior Secondary School. As part of its response, RCMP followed its normal procedure to contact the school district and provide it with information and recommendations about the threat. RCMP advised the school district...

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Posted On Thursday, March 25, 2021

Day of SucwentwecwThe Day of Sucwentwecw , on April 7, is an annual district-wide event held to recognize and celebrate the Secwepemc People (Secwepemcul’ecw) and other Aboriginal people residing within the Secwepemc Territory.
“This is an opportunity for schools to continue to embed the First People’s Principles of Learning, and to address the Calls to Action as outlined in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission,” said Superintendent Dr. Terry Sullivan.
Now in...

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