Triple P Vancouver Island is a resource for parents sponsored by the Ministry of Children and Family Development and the Vancouver Island Health Authority.
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.
The Métis Nation British Columbia, a member of our Aboriginal Advisory Council, is hosting an event for Métis persons 15 years and older to learn about funding opportunities for work supports, post-secondary funding, wage subsidies, and trades training.
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The province is seeking public input on rural education to better understand the needs of students, parents, schools and communities in rural B.C. Interested parties have until Jan. 9, 2017 to provide their feedback.
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.
This Spring Break, the Young Ambassadors exchange program will travel to Ishikari, Japan. Approximately 30 students from ages 11 to 15 can participate in this exchange. If interested, pick up an application package from the middle & secondary school offices.
Education Minister Mike Bernier visited SD72's board office November 25 to announce $2.3 million in funding for the seismic upgrade of Cortes Island School.
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.