Congratulations to Ms. Stromquist's gr. 2/3 class on winning a sleepover at Science World! The class entered this year's BC Green Games and won a sleepover on May 16 and $3,000 to cover the cost of their trip.
SD72 is once again offering a variety of exciting Summer School offerings during July. Some programs run the entire month, others for two week sessions. Register for Summer Band by June 23; Summer School before June 29.
School District 72 is proud to support the work of the Campbell River Area Family Network, which helps families find early learning services, programs and activities.
Summer Band will be offered from July 10 to 21 at Timberline Secondary. Register by June 23 to hold a space in this program.
Sometimes a traditional classroom does not work. You want to homeschool. You want a course outside of the timetable. Or you just learn better when you do things at your own pace. Our distributed learning programs can personalize your learning.
Bullying isn’t just a child’s issue; it’s a school and community issue, and must be addressed with a school and community solution. The Ministry of Education's Erase Bullying website provides important information for students and parents.
The SD72 tennis club will start up again and run from the middle of April until the beginning of June. Elementary students (grades 3-5) will play Tuesday & Thursday contact Brent Larmour. Carihi & Phoenix students will play Monday & Wednesday contact Brent Larmour. Timberline & Southgate students will also play Monday & Wednesday contact Suzanne Berg.
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135 students from grade 1 to grade 5 participated in the district chess tournament on April 27 at Penfield Elementary. Each school was well represented and the players enjoyed some friendly competition between schools. Thank you Penfield for hosting this year!
Triple P Vancouver Island is a resource for parents sponsored by the Ministry of Children and Family Development and the Vancouver Island Health Authority.
Foundry unites mental health care, substance use services, primary care, and social services for young people ages 12-24 under one roof. No referral necessary; walk-in hours are Tuesday through Friday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. (140 10th Avenue).
Elementary schools will be hosting Ready, Set, Learn and Welcome to Kindergarten events to help preschoolers and their parents transition into school.