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CMSD82 News Release – 2016-2017 Leadership Staffing News – May 24, 2016  (PDF Format)

 

The Board of Education for Coast Mountains School District is pleased to announce the following leadership staffing appointments for the 2016-2017 school year effective August 1, 2016:

Director of Instruction, Aboriginal Education

Agnes Casgrain is appointed Director of Instruction, Aboriginal Education. Ms. Casgrain has demonstrated exemplary leadership in serving as District Principal, Aboriginal Education since February 1, 2014. Her extensive experience in the district and the reputation she has developed as a respectful, highly competent team player will continue to complement Ms. Casgrain in her new role. The position of District Principal, Aboriginal Education will be discontinued effective July 31, 2016.  Ms. Casgrain holds a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Saskatchewan and a Master of Arts degree in Educational Administration from San Diego State University.  She is an experienced… Continue reading

 

Dimages importantPAC AGM – May 30, 2016  (PDF Bulletin)

The District Parent Advisory Council (DPAC) for Coast Mountains School District 82 will be holding its Annual General Meeting and final DPAC Meeting of the 2015-2016 School Year on Monday, May 30, 2016 at 6:00 p.m.  The meeting will be held at the CMSD82 Board of Education Office located at 3211 Kenney Street (Building A) in Terrace.

All DPAC/PAC representatives and parents/guardians are invited to attend.  Kindly note that limited mileage reimbursement is available.

Please R.S.V.P. your attendance to the DPAC Secretary, Krystal Miller at secretarydpac82@gmail.com for meeting room set-up purposes.

For more information, please contact the DPAC Chair, Rebecca Georges at (250) 635-9192 or via email at chairdpac82@gmail.com.

Welcome … come and share your voice!

 

National Day of Mourning

 

The National Day of Mourning is observed annually in Canada on April 28 to honour those who have lost their lives while working on the job. The purpose of the National Day of Mourning is two-fold … to remember and honour those lives lost or injured and to renew the commitment to improving health and safety in the workplace … to prevent further deaths, injuries and diseases from work.

Every year workers, families, employers, and others come together at ceremonies held around the province and the country to remember those who have lost their lives to work-related incidents or occupational disease, and to renew their commitment to creating safe workplaces. Since its inception, the observance has spread to over 80 countries around the world, but is known in most other countries as the Workers’ Memorial Day.

The Canadian flag on Parliament Hill is typically flown at half-mast on April… Continue reading

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For your information, please find a memorandum from our Director of Instruction (School Support), Janet Meyer sharing details regarding the upcoming Curriculum Implementation Day planned on Friday, April 29, 2016.

CMSD82 Memo re Curriculum Implementation Day – April 29, 2016

As previously shared with you, Friday, April 29, is our second of two designated Curriculum Implementation Days for the 2015-2016 school year. These days are specifically dedicated to British Columbia’s redesigned K-12 curriculum that is being phased in over the next three years. Coast Mountains’ teachers and administrators have been doing some amazing and innovative work to transition to this redesigned curriculum.  The Curriculum Implementation Day planned on April 29 is a Non-Instructional Day as communicated via the school district’s Amended 2015-2016 School Calendar.  This day will be used to give Coast Mountains’ teachers and administrators time to become more familiar with the new curriculum.

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The Framework for Enhancing Student Learning formalizes the planning and reporting requirements within school districts to enhance student learning and success.  The Framework reflects a public commitment by education partners to work together to continuously improve student learning in relation to intellectual, human and social, and career development.  The Framework helps align provincial K-12 accountability requirements with other ongoing transformation efforts (e.g., curriculum, competencies, assessment, communicating student learning, graduation program) and evidence-based practices that enhance student learning.

The Framework replaces previous mandatory planning, reporting, and accountability requirements, specifically Achievement Contracts, Superintendent’s Reports on Student Achievement, District Literacy Plans, School Planning Councils, and the work of Superintendents of Achievements.

The Board of Education, School District and School Planning process for Coast Mountains School District 82, as illustrated below, is provided as follows for information in a PDF formatted file:

CMSD82 Annual District & School Planning Process
(PDF Format File)CMSD82 Annual District & School Planning Process1