Campbell River School District 72

The new school board for district 72 takes their oath of office Tuesday night. Pictured, Left to right are: Daryl Hagen, Dave Harper, Joyce McMann, Kat Eddy, Shannon Briggs, Craig Gillis and Janice Gladish are sorn in by Secretary-Treasurer Kevin Patrick. Photo: Edward Hitchins/Campbell River Mirror

Kat Eddy appointed new School District 72 chairperson

Gillis elected co-chair at new school board’s inaugural meeting.

 

The six candidates for trustee in school district 72. From left to right, Kat Eddy, Craig Gillis, Daryl Hagen, Dave Harper, Alaina Kelly, Joyce McCann and Kim Yaciuk. Photo by Edward Hitchins/Campbell River Mirror

The gloves come off at School Trustee debate

SOGI, Budget, Reconcilliation all hot topics of discussion

 

Joyce McMann is running for re-election to the Campbell River and District Board of School Trustees. Photo contributed

SD72: Joyce McMann running for re-election to school board

‘Proud of the district’s attention to the goals and actions needed to achieve success for all learners’

  • Oct 3, 2022

 

Alaina Kelly is running for SD72 board of school trustees. Photo contributed

SD72: Alaina Kelly puts name forward for school board

Alaina Kelly is running for Greater Campbell River District School Board (SD#72).…

  • Sep 13, 2022
Alaina Kelly is running for SD72 board of school trustees. Photo contributed
Nine candidates are running to be a SD72 trustee. Photo by Marc Kitteringham/Campbell River Mirror
Nine candidates are running to be a SD72 trustee. Photo by Marc Kitteringham/Campbell River Mirror
Craig Gillis is running to be a trustee for the Campbell River School District. Photo supplied
Craig Gillis is running to be a trustee for the Campbell River School District. Photo supplied
A graduate of Timberline Secondary School receives his diploma. Photo by Marc Kitteringham/Campbell River Mirror

Timberline Secondary School graduates celebrated at Strathcona Gardens

First time graduates able to cross the stage normally since pandemic started

A graduate of Timberline Secondary School receives his diploma. Photo by Marc Kitteringham/Campbell River Mirror
Carihi graduates take in the school’s graduation ceremony at Strathcona Gardens on Tuesday, June 28. Photo by Alistair Taylor/Campbell River Mirror

Carihi graduates step out into the wider world at graduation ceremony

Annual rite of passage held at Campbell River’s Strathcona Gardens arena

Carihi graduates take in the school’s graduation ceremony at Strathcona Gardens on Tuesday, June 28. Photo by Alistair Taylor/Campbell River Mirror
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I question the school board chair’s math – letter

I was glad to see School District 72 Board Chair John Kerr…

  • Jun 7, 2022
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Assertion that the literacy program has been ‘gutted’ is, frankly, incorrect – SD72 board chair

In Response to the May 25 Letter to the Editor: “Please explain…

  • May 31, 2022
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Please explain how cutting literacy programs off at the knees benefits “kids in the classrooms”

Filed for publication with the Mirror SD72 Board of education, It is…

  • May 25, 2022
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School District 72 board office. Contributed photo

Campbell River School district creates mental health framework

Plan include reducing stigma, increasing connections with parents and community agencies

School District 72 board office. Contributed photo
The 2021/ 2022 École Phoenix Middle School Grade 6/7 class expresses their gratitude to We Wai Kai First Nation Chief Ronnie Chickite for aiding them with their Water First fundraiser. Contributed photo

First Nation helps out Campbell River middle school students with fundraiser

We Wai Kai council provides $1,500 boost to École Phoenix Middle School charity efforts

The 2021/ 2022 École Phoenix Middle School Grade 6/7 class expresses their gratitude to We Wai Kai First Nation Chief Ronnie Chickite for aiding them with their Water First fundraiser. Contributed photo
A student displays his Everybody Deserves a Smile envelope which will be soon filled with necessities and treats and given to people experiencing homelessness in Campbell River. Photo courtesy Blair Waters

Campbell River students bring smiles to people experiencing homelessness

Southgate Middle School taking part in Everybody Deserves a Smile campaign

A student displays his Everybody Deserves a Smile envelope which will be soon filled with necessities and treats and given to people experiencing homelessness in Campbell River. Photo courtesy Blair Waters
Room for improvement in SD72 student achievement. School District 72 logo

Campbell River school board discusses student achievement

Still ongoing disparity of outcomes between Indigenous and non-Indigenous students

Room for improvement in SD72 student achievement. School District 72 logo
The Campbell River School District (SD 72) is seen on April 28, 2020. Photo by Marissa Tiel – Campbell River Mirror

Tuesday attendance optional at Campbell River Schools due to heat wave

Staff will be on site to allow students to pick up personal items, report cards

The Campbell River School District (SD 72) is seen on April 28, 2020. Photo by Marissa Tiel – Campbell River Mirror
New literacy framework will allow teachers to assess whether students have the necessary skills to become strong readers, and intervene early if they need help. Photo by Marissa Tiel/Campbell River Mirror

Campbell River school board creating new literacy framework

New plan aims to reverse declining literacy in SD72

New literacy framework will allow teachers to assess whether students have the necessary skills to become strong readers, and intervene early if they need help. Photo by Marissa Tiel/Campbell River Mirror
COVID-19 virus (file photo).

COVID-19 exposures reported for two Campbell River schools

Campbell River Christian School and Ecole des Deux Mondes are the schools involved

COVID-19 virus (file photo).
SD72 board office. Campbell River Mirror photo

Campbell River School district staff to receive priority vaccination

Campbell River School District employees are now eligible to be vaccinated against…

SD72 board office. Campbell River Mirror photo
SD72 COVID-19 Notification. SD72 graphic

General COVID-19 exposure issued for Willow Point and Phoenix schools

School District 72 says Island Health has issued general exposure notices for…

SD72 COVID-19 Notification. SD72 graphic
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