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Posted On Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Dan with studentsEvery school day, our school bus fleet is responsible for the transportation and safety of 4,000 students to and from school and on field trips across the 27,000 square kilometres of our district. 
“Helping students see the connection they need to have with their bus driver is an important part of keeping them safe,” said  Dan Blanchard , Assistant Manager, Transportation. “Making eye contact with the driver and following the drivers’ instructions...

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Posted On Friday, October 11, 2019

Rivers DayThe annual "Rivers Day" event at Bert Edwards Scienc & Technology School turned out to be another huge success enjoyed by everyone. The yearly celebration came together with a team of dedicated staff, volunteers, presenters and community members. The day is filled with many outdoor activities/stations located on the river bank which offers the students an exceptional day of learning. You can read media coverage and view highlights of the day by clicking CFJC Today.
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Posted On Friday, October 11, 2019

From the regular meeting of the Board of Education. All about Leadership Development Program candidates, information about early learning and our Kindergarten programs, and Aboriginal Education Funding highlights are just a few of the items discussed at the Oct. 7 Board of Education meeting. Read Board Notes here .

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Posted On Tuesday, October 08, 2019

Getting children ready for KindergartenThe district is working to establish relationships with families before they register their five-year-old children for Kindergarten.
“It’s important that we know ahead of time who is coming, what school they want to attend, and whether they will require additional resources,” said Marianne Vande Pol, district early years coordinator, in a presentation to the Board of Education rmeeting Oct. 7. “This helps us better prepare to welcome students and to...

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Posted On Monday, October 07, 2019

Jordan Smith receives award for excellenceKamloops Teacher Jordan Smith received a Premier's Award for Excellence in Education during a ceremony at Government House in Victoria Oct. 4 . She won the award in the category of Indigenous Education. 
Smith is a teacher and program coordinator at Twin Rivers Education Centre and an Aboriginal School of Choice, Four Directions school. Smith works hard to connect students with Indigenous culture and history and to create an environment of safety and belonging. Each...

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