Kermode Friendship Society Presents…

June 21st, 2018
Celebration with Free BBQ in Brolly Square, featuring Coastal Mountain Hoops 11:30AM – 1:30PM

June 23rd, 2018
National Indigenous Peoples’ Day Celebration in George Little Park! 1:00PM – 7:00PM featuring George Leach!

June 23rd, 2018
Free Movie at Tillicum Theatres! Doors at 10:30AM, movie at 11:00AM. Sponsored by City of Terrace

June 25th, 2018
George Leach Workshop in local schools!

 

For your reading enjoyment, please find the second issue of the CMSD82 Innovates quarterly bulletin which shares innovative initiatives and projects within Coast Mountains School District 82.  To view the bulletin, please click on the link below:

CMSD82 Innovates Bulletin – June 6, 2018

This second issue features original and creative programs from schools across our district that strive to make a difference in the lives of our students.  We hope you will be inspired by these innovative and student-centered learning programs.

We encourage you to share the CMSD82 Innovates quarterly bulletin with students, families and friends.

The next quarterly bulletin of CMSD82 Innovates will be issued in September 2018.

Sincerely,

Katherine McIntosh
Superintendent of Schools

The June 2018 Hot Lunch order form is out.  Please print it, fill it out and hand it in no later than May 30, 2018.  Hot Lunches will be provided by Big Norm’s Bistro! Big Norm’s Bistro is a local, small business that offers homemade meals, using fresh ingredients. Please ensure that you pay the CORRECT AMOUNT OF MONEY.   Any leftover change will be seen as a donation.  Please make cheques payable to Uplands.

Click/Tap Here for the June 2018 Hot Lunch Order Form

National Day of Mourning

 

The National Day of Mourning is observed annually in Canada on April 28 to honour those who have lost their lives while working on the job. The purpose of the National Day of Mourning is two-fold … to remember and honour those lives lost or injured and to renew the commitment to improving health and safety in the workplace … to prevent further deaths, injuries and diseases from work.

Every year workers, families, employers, communities and others come together at ceremonies held around the province and the country to remember those who have lost their lives to work-related incidents or occupational disease, and to renew their commitment to creating safe workplaces. Since its inception, the observance has spread to over 80 countries around the world, but is known in most other countries as the Workers’ Memorial Day.

The Canadian flag on Parliament Hill is typically flown at half-mast on April 28, and workers and employees observe this day in various ways including observing moments of silence.

To mark our school district’s commitment in observance of the National Day of Mourning on April 28, Coast Mountains School District flags will be lowered to half-mast on Friday afternoon, April 27 and raised on Monday, April 30 prior to the start of school.

For more information, please visit the BC Day of Mourning website at dayofmourning.bc.ca.

 

If you don’t have a Jersey, that’s okay!  You can wear something green, or any team clothing you like.