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Posted On Friday, September 13, 2019

Flower and Heart TributeFrom the regular meeting of the Board of Education. Trustees allocated $70,000 from the district business company, Global Education, to replace classroom and school supplies at Parkcrest Elementary lost in last Thursday’s fire. This and more from Monday's meeting. Read Board Notes here . 

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Posted On Thursday, September 05, 2019

District Superintendent of Schools Alison Sidow and district administrative staff have contacted staff and parents to let them know Parkcrest Elementary School has been extensively damaged due to a fire during the late afternoon of September 5. 
Until further notice, Parkcrest Elementary School will not be open to students. Families are asked to make alternate arrangements for the supervision of their children beginning Friday September 6, and for the following week,...

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Posted On Thursday, June 20, 2019

CarpenterCongratulations to the 29 students who received a $1,000 award from the Ministry of Education and Industry Training Authority (ITA) for successfully completing the Youth Work in Trades program and meeting all award criteria. In addition, we would like to acknowledge and thank the students' employer sponsors.
Kaiden Arnouse - Talking Rock Golf Resort Samantha Bauer - Highland Valley Foods Kelsy Bentz - White Spot Kyle Brayer - Brayer Construction Brian Buffel - Buffel Enterprises...

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Posted On Friday, May 17, 2019

jumping jack crop Residents of Kamloops are invited to participate in ParticipACTION’s “Community Better” challenge—a national competition where communities will compete for a $150,000 prize.
The challenge, which kicks off May 31 and runs until June 16, encourages communities across Canada to connect with friends and neighbours and build social bonds while participating in physical activity.
With support from the City of Kamloops, School District No. 73 (SD73),...

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Posted On Wednesday, May 01, 2019

2019BoardOfEducation_web_crop EDUCATION TOPIC
Place-Based Learning – Supporting Aboriginal Ways of Knowing/Doing BC’s redesigned curriculum provides teachers with great flexibility in creating learning environments that are relevant, engaging, and not necessarily classroom-based. Sally Zryd , Principal, and Dave Conroy , Vice-Principal at Aberdeen Elementary introduced teachers Sarah Kruisselbrink, Stacey Kaczur and Shelley Marsh who presented several place-based learning opportunities...

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