• More Richmond students will learn in seismically safer schools January 21, 2021
    Nearly 700 more students in Richmond soon will be learning in safer schools when seismic upgrades are complete at James Whiteside and William Bridge elementary schools.
  • Joint statement on Black Shirt Day January 15, 2021
    Rachna Singh, Parliamentary Secretary for Anti-Racism Initiatives, and Jennifer Whiteside, Minister of Education, have released the following statement to mark Black Shirt Day on Jan. 15, 2021:
  • New Westminster students benefiting from new school January 12, 2021
    The wait is over for students in New Westminster who have begun the New Year in a new, modern, engaging and inspiring secondary school that will benefit the community now and in the future.
  • Safer school for Aldergrove elementary students January 8, 2021
    Students and staff at Shortreed Community Elementary school in Aldergrove will be better protected in the event of an earthquake, thanks to planned seismic upgrades.
Link to CMSD School Options

 

CMSD82 Board of Education News Release – Superintendent of Schools Secondment to MoE – Sept. 1, 2019

 

The Board of Education for Coast Mountains School District would like to announce that Katherine McIntosh, Superintendent of Schools will be seconded to the Ministry of Education from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020 to support and work provincially on the implementation of the Framework for Enhancing Student Learning. Katherine will focus on supporting school districts to improve student outcomes, while acting as a liaison between the Ministry of Education and the education sector.

Katherine will bring a wealth of experience to her secondment role as a professional educator, a champion for all learners, and a respected senior leader within the education sector. She has worked at all levels of education in rural, remote, urban and Indigenous school settings across five vastly different school districts and two provinces over the past 30 years.

The Board of Education values Katherine’s vision and leadership over the past 5 years and her innovative approach and successful contributions to public education in Coast Mountains School District. Under her leadership, the district has seen innovative practices of how education is delivered to students and is a testament to the amazing work of all district employees. The marked increase in district graduation rates for all students, in particular for our Indigenous students, is a reflection of Katherine’s dedication to student success. Her leadership facilitated the successful development and implementation of an Indigenous Enhancement Agreement, a Framework for Enhancing Student Learning and the Board of Education’s Strategic Plan through extensive community, student and staff consultation.

The Board of Education congratulates Katherine on this prestigious opportunity with the Ministry of Education and wishes her in every success.

 

Shar McCrory
Chairperson, Board of Education

 

 

Coming Events
  • Jan 1: Happy New Year
  • Jan 4: Back to School
  • Jan 13: Business Cttee Mtg (virtual)
  • Jan 13: Education Cttee Mtg (virtual)
  • Jan 15: Student & Kindergarten Registration Opens
  • Jan 27: Regular (Public) Board Meeting (virtual)
  • Jan 29: Non-Instructional Day (schools are not in session)

Northern Health Info Line

COVID-19 Online Clinic and Info Line for Northern BC residents:

1-844-645-7811