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As we approach the Easter Weekend, a reminder for the information of parents and students in the school district regarding the implementation of the revised bus schedule and bell schedule with recess effective April 10, 2012, as follows:

  • All schools in the school district will return to the bell schedule with recess after the Easter Weekend.  Bus runs will also return to the regular schedule.
  • Students will bring home information relating to the return to regular bell schedule with revised bus schedules on April 3, 2012 as detailed below:

CMSD82 Bell Schedule 2011-2012 with Recess

CMSD82 Hazelton-Kitwanga Bus Schedules effective April 10, 2012

CMSD82 Kitimat-Kitamaat Village Bus Schedules effective April 10, 2012

CMSD82 Terrace-Thornhill Bus Schedules effective April 10, 2012

  •  If further job action causes additional change in school procedures, we will inform you as soon as possible via local radio and the school district web site at www.cmsd.bc.ca

Coast Mountains School District extends its apologies for the adjustments that parents, guardians and caregivers will have to make in their morning routines once again.  Thank you for your continued patience and support during this period of transition. 

Wishing everyone a happy and safe long weekend with family and friends. 

CMSD82 News Release – Regular Bell Schedule & Bus Schedule – April 3, 2012


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