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Students learned some mountain biking fundamentals at Phoenix Middle School as part of Go By Bike Week on Wednesday, June 1. Ronan O’Doherty photo/ Campbell River Mirror

Comprehensive cycling showcase offered at Campbell River school

Phoenix field had stations set up for bike care; and beginner, mountain and streetwise cycling

 

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 logo. File image

Ministry of Education approves 2.5 mil in funding for SD72 capital projects

No response on request to rebuild Campbell River’s Cedar Elementary though

School District 72 logo. File image
SD72 Board Chairperson, John Kerr. File Photo

Campbell River school board may be faced with tough decisions for upcoming budget

Teacher on call coverage costs and high inflation have School District 72 looking at big deficit

SD72 Board Chairperson, John Kerr. File Photo
A competitor works on a graphic design challenge at the Skills Canada North Island Regionals. Photo by School District 72

Seven Campbell River students going to provincial skill competition

Fifteen high school students won medals at Skills Canada North Island Regionals March 2

A competitor works on a graphic design challenge at the Skills Canada North Island Regionals. Photo by School District 72
A student uses Innovaton for Learning’s TutorMate software to improve their reading skills. Submitted photo/ Innovation for Learning

Campbell River school first in province to adopt new early literacy program

Ripple Rock Elementary has a tutor giving a leg up on reading to 20 K-1 students

A student uses Innovaton for Learning’s TutorMate software to improve their reading skills. Submitted photo/ Innovation for Learning
Cortes Island School in Manson’s Landing. Photo by Brent Wilkins

Cortes Island Academy to offer hands-on learning to secondary students

Pilot project is set to start in Sept. 2022 and run for five months

Cortes Island School in Manson’s Landing. Photo by Brent Wilkins
Surge Narrow Elementary School. Submitted photo/ SD72

New community pavilion planned for Surge Narrows Elementary

The dry, covered gathering space will allow for safe assembly outdoors at Read Island school

Surge Narrow Elementary School. Submitted photo/ SD72
Phoenix Middle School students Grae Long and Avery McSherry help make an inclusive wellness journal. Photo by Ronan O’Doherty/ Campbell River Mirror

Campbell River middle school students aid in creation of youth wellness journal

Kids borrowed best ideas from several self-help books and contributed illustrations

Phoenix Middle School students Grae Long and Avery McSherry help make an inclusive wellness journal. Photo by Ronan O’Doherty/ Campbell River Mirror
School District 72 board office. Contributed photo

Campbell River school district budgeting an extra million for on-call teachers costs

Part of safety protocol asks staff to stay home if experiencing any illness

School District 72 board office. Contributed photo
The monthly meetings are a safe space to talk about difficult issues. SD 72 image

Anti-racism learning group supports teachers looking to tackle tough topics with students

40 Campbell River educators taking part in monthly discussions

The monthly meetings are a safe space to talk about difficult issues. SD 72 image
École Phoenix Middle School. Photo by Marissa Tiel – Campbell River Mirror

Campbell River school gets 10k in funding to encourage kids to walk/ bike to class

École Phoenix Middle School one of 12 schools across province participating in program

École Phoenix Middle School. Photo by Marissa Tiel – Campbell River Mirror
Campbell River School District 72 Superintendent Jeremy Morrow. File photo

Campbell River School District staff working hard on back to school plans

Supt. Morrow said he is ‘aware of the fatigue within the system’

Campbell River School District 72 Superintendent Jeremy Morrow. File photo
A COVID-19 exposure has been announced by Island Health for Penfield Elementary School between Dec. 13 and 15. Black Press files

Island Health reports three-day COVID-19 exposure at Campbell River School

Staff and students at Penfield Elementary may have been exposed to virus between Dec. 13 and Dec. 15

A COVID-19 exposure has been announced by Island Health for Penfield Elementary School between Dec. 13 and 15. Black Press files
Mary Ruth Snyder drew upon her experience working for her father’s men’s wear store when coming up with the idea for the labour shortage solution. Image supplied

Campbell River chamber and school district team up for labour solution

10-week work program will match students with local employers

Mary Ruth Snyder drew upon her experience working for her father’s men’s wear store when coming up with the idea for the labour shortage solution. Image supplied
Ecole Phoenix Middle School was listed by Island Health as having experienced potential COVID-19 exposures. Campbell River Mirror files

Campbell River school experiences potential COVID-19 exposure

Nov. 29 to Dec. 2 and Dec. 6 to 8 are possible exposure dates for École Phoenix Middle School

Ecole Phoenix Middle School was listed by Island Health as having experienced potential COVID-19 exposures. Campbell River Mirror files
Campbell River’s Carihi Secondary School in the snow, Mon., Dec. 6. Photo by Alistair Taylor/Campbell River Mirror

Campbell River school district schools closed Monday due to snow

All Campbell River school district schools are closed today, Monday, Dec. 6…

Campbell River’s Carihi Secondary School in the snow, Mon., Dec. 6. Photo by Alistair Taylor/Campbell River Mirror
School District 72 board office. Contributed photo

Campbell River school district opts not to mandate COVID-19 vaccination for staff

SD72 board chair says public health assures it does not need 100 percent vaccination to be safe

School District 72 board office. Contributed photo
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
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