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Walking with Indigenous Peoples

In the month of June, we celebrate National Indigenous History Month to honour the history, heritage and diversity of Indigenous Peoples in Canada. On Monday, June 21st, 2021 National Indigenous Peoples Day, we celebrate the heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Métis! In our places of learning, the Inuit, Métis and

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Chatelech Jazz Band

The Chatelech Jazz Band has been invited to participate in the Gibsons Landing Jazz Festival which is being held virtually this year. The photos above show the students dressed in their new SD46 band uniforms recording their performance. Be sure to watch for their performance and enjoy!

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Virtual Secondary Graduation Ceremonies 2021

Dear graduates, families, and community, Next week, GradsBC will be releasing the virtual graduation videos on the following schedule: Elphinstone Secondary: Monday, June 21st 6 pm Pender Harbour Secondary: Tuesday, June 22nd, 5 pm Chatelech Secondary: Wednesday, June 23rd, 6 pm SCAS Secondary: Wednesday, June 23rd, 6 pm To watch the ceremonies, please follow the

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Special Board Meeting
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Board of Education Appoints Kate Kerr as Superintendent of Schools

NEWS RELEASEFor Immediate Release2021SD4602June 2, 2021 SD46 board of education appoints Kate Kerr as superintendent of schools SUNSHINE COAST, BRITISH COLUMBIA–School District 46 (SD46) has named a new superintendent of schools. Following a nation-wide search, the Board of Education of School District 46 has appointed Kate Kerr as superintendent of schools beginning August 1, 2021.

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With Pride!

SCHOOL DISTRICT 46 REAFFIRMS INCLUSION AND EQUITY FOR ALL WITH RAISING OF PRIDE FLAG For the month of June, School District 46 will fly the Pride flag. What is the Pride flag? Rainbow flags have existed in many configurations representing many peoples and experiences throughout human history. The current Pride flag’s exact colours and dimensions have

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Special Board Meeting
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Kamloops Residential School News

As a learning community, we are deeply saddened to learn about the discovery of the remains of 215 Indigenous children found at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School. The tragic news is heartbreaking and devastating. The impact of this news is far reaching and complex.  Today we think about the children, their families and the

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