Congratulations to SD72 student, Jesse Shade, for being one of 12 recipients of the Premier's Awards for Aboriginal Youth Excellence in Sport. The awards honour outstanding achievements by Aboriginal youth athletes throughout the province and Jesse was recognized for his accomplishments in swimming.
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.
The SD72 tennis club will start up again and run from the end of April until the beginning of June. Elementary students (Gr 3-5), as well as Phoenix/Carihi students contact Brent Larmour. Southgate/Timberline students contact Suzanne Berg for details.
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.
Learn about our exciting Summer School courses and be among the first to register at the Summer School open house May 4 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Phoenix Middle School.
North Island MLA, Claire Trevena gave a statement recognizing Carihi Secondary's 50th anniversary during the April 25 sitting of the Legislature.
The district Battle of the Books competition was April 12 at Timberline. Shown is the winning grade 5 team from Quadra Elementary, The Unicorn Marshmallows, with District Teacher-Librarian Ruth Kine. Congratulations to the winning teams and participants.
We're excited to announce the launch of our new blog! Check it regularly for stories from our students and teachers as we celebrate the learning that happens in our schools and classrooms every day.
Elementary schools will be hosting Ready, Set, Learn and Welcome to Kindergarten events to help preschoolers and their parents transition into school.
The development process is now underway for the 2016/2017 annual operating budget for School District 72. Click here for dates of note and information on how to make a public submission.
LearnNow BC provides information about online learning in British Columbia for K-12 students, parents and educators. This one-stop education portal provides access to choices and free services for learners of all ages.
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.
Satisfaction survey parents of students in grades 4,7,10, & 12. Please click on the link below, go to Parent Direct Access no log-on number required, select 'School District 72', select our school.