• Education awards nomination deadline extended March 20, 2019
    The nomination deadline for the 2019 Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Education has been extended to April 30.
  • Funding provides thousands of students with new school playgrounds March 15, 2019
    The B.C. government is building 50 new playgrounds in 34 school districts this year, delivering healthier, more accessible learning environments for kids, while reducing pressure on parents to fundraise, announced Rob Fleming, Minister of Education.
  • Helping B.C. students fight lure of gangs with new ERASE strategy March 12, 2019
    Students, parents, educators, law enforcement and local partners in 12 B.C. communities will immediately begin receiving additional support and training opportunities to help at-risk kids get off the pathway to gun and gang violence, with a $1.12-million investment from the Province.
  • Safer, more efficient schools for B.C. students March 6, 2019
    Thousands of British Columbia students will learn and travel to school more safely and comfortably as $206 million flows to school districts for energy upgrades, maintenance projects and new buses. 

 

 

Coast Mountains School District 82 is located in Northwestern BC on the traditional territories of the Tsimshian Nation, the Gitxsan Nation, and the Haisla Nation.  Our communities, families, students, and staff make up a culturally rich community of learners, grounded in the history and culture of the lands on which our school district operates.

The Tsimshian Nation includes two distinct communities, Kitsumkalum and Kitselas, in the Terrace and Thornhill areas.  The Haisla Nation is centered in Kitamaat Village. The Gitxsan Nation of the Hazelton area is made up of seven band communities, from Gitanyow, Gitwangak and Gitsegukla in the west to Hagwilget, Gitanmaax, Glen Vowell, and Kispiox in the east.  A significant urban Aboriginal population resides in the community of Terrace and many students of surrounding Northwest communities attend school in Terrace.

Our schools are located over a very large geographic area, from the communities of Kitamaat and Kitimat at the head of Douglas Channel to the community of Stewart, bordering on Alaska. The vast area of our school district is seen on the map on the next page.

We are very pleased to offer the Annual Report to our communities, our partners, and the Ministry of Education. Coast Mountains School District and the school district’s Aboriginal Education Department are committed to continuing its programs and initiatives and to monitor students’ progress and achievement through the Annual Report on Aboriginal Education.  These reports are submitted by the District Aboriginal Education Committee and the Aboriginal Education Department for Coast Mountains Board of Education School District 82.

Draft CMSD82 Indigenous Enhancement Agreement Annual Report 2017-2019

CMSD82 Aboriginal Education Annual Report 2015-2017

CMSD82 Aboriginal Education Annual Report 2014-2015

CMSD82 Aboriginal Education Annual Report 2013-2014

CMSD82 Aborginal Education Annual Report 2012-2013

(click on link to open the Aboriginal Education Annual Report)

 

For additional copies of the 2015-2017 Aboriginal Annual Report, please contact the:

Aboriginal Education Department
Coast Mountains Board of Education School District 82
3211 Kenney Street
Terrace, British Columbia V8G 3E9
Telephone: 250-638-4464

 

 

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