The British Columbia Ministry of Education is working with all 60 school districts, independent school authorities, First Nations schools and education partners to support a coordinated approach in response to COVID-19.  The health and safety of school staff, students, parents and communities is the highest priority.

 

The British Columbia Ministry of Education is working with all 60 school districts, independent school authorities, First Nations schools and education partners to support a coordinated approach in response to COVID-19. The health and safety of school staff, students, parents and communities is the highest priority.

 

To ensure B.C.’s K-12… Continue reading

 

An Important Message for all CMSD82 Teachers and Support Staff:

Your health and safety is Coast Mountains School District 82’s primary concern.  In an effort to plan for our work moving forward, we have created a survey for your immediate completion which was emailed to your CMSD82 email address yesterday afternoon.  The email contains the survey link and details.

This survey was reviewed with the Coast Mountain Teachers’ Federation Co-Presidents and CUPE President, and they are in support of your completion of the survey.  We can assure you this survey is strictly confidential and results will… Continue reading

 

Important Message for CMSD82 Employees:

The IT Department is in the process of migrating the school district’s email to Microsoft 365.  Users with mobile devices may be experiencing problems connecting to their email.

Please use the following link to access your email until our IT Department has resolved this issue.  This link is also available on the school district’s main web page under Quicklinks – Microsoft 365 Mail:

http://outlook.office.com/

When logging into the organization, please use your employee ID followed by @cmsd.bc.ca – Example:  1234@cmsd.bc.ca, then insert your log-in password.

If you are still unable… Continue reading

 

On March 23, the provincial government announced B.C.’s COVID-19 action plan. The B.C.’s COVID-19 Action Plan is government’s first step to provide relief to people and businesses in British Columbia.  The plan dedicates $2.8 billion to help people and fund the services they need to weather the crisis; $2.2 billion will provide relief to businesses and help them recover after the outbreak. B.C.’s COVID-19 Action Plan builds on the federal government’s COVID-19 economic plan and boosts supports for British Columbians who are worried about paying their bills and staying afloat.

 

We share the following joint letters issued on Sunday night, March 22 from the Minister of Education, Rob Fleming and BCTF President, Teri Mooring written to Teachers and from the Minister of Education and CUPE BC President, Paul Faoro written to CUPE members regarding the impact of COVID-19 and its impact on schools, students, teachers and support staff.

To view these letters, please access the following links:

 

Minister of Education-BCTF President Joint Letter – March 22, 2020

Minister of Education-CUPE BC President Joint Letter – March 22, 2020

 

View Our Twitter Feed
Link to CMSD Twitter Feed

Northern Health Info Line

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

1-844-645-7811

Coming Events

  • March 11 & 12: Early Dismissal
  • March 16-27: Spring Break (schools are not in session)
  • The provincial government has suspended in-class instruction in all BC schools until further notice to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
  • Note: There are no Committee Meetings or Board of Education Meetings sheduled in March 2020.