Campbell River School District 72

Campbell River School District to explore more outdoor learning opportunities

Trustees interest in investing funds for outdoor classrooms and programs

Campbell River students to have three options for learning this year

Options include in-class learning, distributed learning and homeschooling

New Cedar Elementary remains priority for Board of Education

School was built in 1958 and is among the district’s buildings in the poorest condition

Campbell River Board of Education approves pay raises

Remuneration is based on a formula developed by a community-based committee 15 years ago

Campbell River School District already planning for fall

Phase 3 of B.C.’s Restart Plan would see a return to full-time in-class instruction in September

GALLERY: Class of 2020 cruises around Campbell River

Grads decorated vehicles and drove through community

Volunteers needed to help at Campbell River school gardens

Six schools in city have gardens that need tending this summer

Campbell River teachers find useful strategies in virtual classrooms

When Ryan Humphreys shifted his classroom from its physical location inside École…

SD72 drops some bus routes, adds others

Changes due to physical distancing requirements

Campbell River Board of Education approves $72-million budget

Trustees pleased budget aligns with board’s new strategic plan

Music education remains important, especially during pandemic

‘Music really does lift people up in times of trial,’ says Sandowne music teacher

Campbell River School District prepares for partial, volunteer return to schools

Kindergarten to Grade 5 students can return for two days a week in June

School support staff, teachers and principals come through for Campbell River food bank

CUPE 723, support staff of School District 72, feel incredibly fortunate to…

  • May 15, 2020

PHOTOS: Growing a gratitude garden

Cedar Elementary spreads positivity at Campbell River Hospital

Campbell River school superintendent says current learning opportunities not the new normal

‘It’s not homeschool and it’s not online’: superintendent

School Board approves use of unrestricted reserves up to $840,000

Board is in a very good financial position to handle possible surprises, secretary-treasurer says

Four classrooms added to Campbell River elementary, middle schools

Southgate, Phoenix, Ripple Rock and Sandowne each growing by one class this fall