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Posted On Friday, September 23, 2022

Moon and StarsDear Parents and Caregivers:
To coincide with the arrival of Autumn, students are well established in their classrooms and courses and student learning is advancing in earnest. In this Weekly Update, I spotlight some of the tremendous learning resources and opportunities being developed for students by the Curriculum Department. As you will read, these stories highlight the importance of developing and maintaining relationships and connections, a core value in our 2022-2027...

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Posted On Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Board NotesFrom the regular meeting of the Board of Education. Find out about Leadership Development Program, Employee Engagement Committee, and National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Read Board Notes here.

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Posted On Friday, September 16, 2022

Moon and StarsDear Parents and Caregivers:
In September, I will continue to highlight stories about the importance of developing relationships and connections, a core value in our 2022-2027 District Strategic Plan .
Ralph Bell Elementary School Re-opening 
Last night, at Ralph Bell Elementary School, Peter Michel and Amanda and Randy Big Sorrel Horse smudged the school and then sang and drummed the ceremonial welcome song for the Ralph Bell families, staff, and friends....

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Posted On Tuesday, September 13, 2022

NM_Looney-for-LiteracyIt’s time to start collecting your loonies – Raise a Reader day is fast approaching!
The 15 th annual Raise a Reader fundraising and awareness campaign supports family literacy programs in BC. The tradition will continue on September 21 in partnership with our local newspaper, Kamloops this Week.
The most effective way for SD73 families to make a difference is by participating in Loonies for Literacy, an elementary school-level initiative where students...

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Posted On Tuesday, September 13, 2022

NM_Inclusive_Education Presented by Lauren Matthews, Director of BC Inclusive Post-Secondary Education at STEPS Forward.
In 2001, families in BC came together to ask themselves “what comes next?” after graduation.
Finding themselves and family members dissatisfied with the limited options available to their sons and daughters with developmental disability labels after high school, they envisioned a future that included their family members in the same career, academic, and social...

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