Congratulations to the Timberline senior girls' volleyball team on their silver medal win at the AAA provincial championships! It was a great year for volleyball in our high schools as Carihi Secondary also finished fifth in the province.
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
The John Howard Society, Foundry, Trans Care BC and Peer Net BC are creating a support forum for parents and caregivers of trans, two spirit, gender-diverse children and youth. If you are interested and would like more info email Laura or call (250) 286-0611
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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.
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).
Triple P Vancouver Island is a resource for parents sponsored by the Ministry of Children and Family Development and the Vancouver Island Health Authority.
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.
Southgate Middle School teacher, Danita Lewis is one of 10 recipients for the 2017 Guiding the Journey: Indigenous Educator Awards. Lewis was recognized for her work in culture, language and traditions education in Montreal, Quebec on December 1.