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Last June, Premier Christy Clark announced a new province wide 10-point anti-bullying strategy to help ensure every child feels safe, accepted and respected, regardless of their gender, race, culture, religion, or sexual orientation. 



The 10 elements of this plan began this 2012-2013 school year and included: 

  • A five-year, multi-level training program for educators and community partners to help them proactively identify and address threats.
  • An online tool to enable kids to report bullying anonymously.
  • Dedicated safe school co-coordinators in every district.
  • Stronger codes of conduct for schools.
  • Provincial guidelines for threat assessments.
  • New online resources for parents.
  • Formal protocols to guide and co-ordinate the work of school and community partners.
  • A provincial advisory committee with representatives from police, school and social agency partners.
  • Focusing one of the existing six provincial teacher professional development days on anti-bullying.
  • Anti-bullying and threat assessment training for pre-service teachers.

The new ERASE Bullying website provides vital information, links and tips for parents and students while the new online reporting tool provides students a secure and anonymous way to report instances of bullying, threats and other safety concerns. 

The website is accessible through our school district website located on the Home page under Quicklinks or at; the online reporting tool is accessible through the ERASE Bullying website or at

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)

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