The following updates from our Superintendent of Schools, Janet Meyer were shared with employees, parents and guardians regarding the Ministry of Education’s announcement on July 29 regarding Kindergarten through Grade 12 students return to school in September, with full-time in-class learning, as the province moves to Stage 2 of British Columbia’s Education Restart Plan.

The safety of our staff, students and their families is our main priority during this global pandemic.  Coast Mountains School District takes its direction from the BC Public Health Officer, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education during this ever-evolving and challenging COVID-19 situation.

To support the Stage 2 Plan, the Ministry is providing additional funding ($45.6 million) to school districts for enhanced cleaning, hand-washing stations, re-usable masks and other measures to support safe learning.

By continuing to work together, we are confident we will find the way forward together.  Please continue to take necessary preventative measures to keep you and your families healthy and safe.

July 29 – CMSD82 Begins Work on Its School Re-Start Plan for September 

August 6 – CMSD82 Education Re-start Plan Update from our Superintendent

August 14 – Message for Parents/Guardians from our Superintendent




Coming Events

  • March 29: Back to School following Spring Break
  • March 30: Tsimshian Language Family Bingo Night, 6pm to 7pm (virtual)
  • April 2: Good Friday (schools are not in session)
  • April 5: Easter Monday (schools are not in session)
  • April 7: Business Cttee Meeting (virtual)
  • April 7: Education Cttee Meeting (virtual)
  • April 15: Strategic Planning Engagement Session, 12noon to 1pm (virtual)
  • April 21: Regular (Public) Board Meeting, 5pm (virtual)
  • April 22: Earth Day
  • April 23: Non-Instructional Day (schools are not in session)
  • April 28: Day of Mourning
  • April 29: Haisla Language Family Bingo (virtual), 6pm to 7pm

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