NEWS RELEASE 2022NRSD4609 May 13, 2022 Pender Harbour and Sechelt parents to benefit from new child care spaces SUNSHINE COAST, BRITISH COLUMBIA – Families in Pender Harbour and Sechelt will have access to 66 new licensed child care spaces as part of the government’s commitment to increase access to child care throughout the province. In
May is the month we embrace our values of respect and responsibility. These, like our other values, are evident at every school on the coast. These values were also present at the recent British Columbia School Trustees Association’s (BCSTA) annual general meeting. The event entitled From Grief to Medicine was an honouring of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s calls to action in a very real and palpable way.
Circle Of Care: Students DSLT Student Spring Forum: Students from all SD46 secondary schools gathered in-person recently for this annual DSLT event. The forum brings together trustees, secondary principals and vice-principals, the District Student Leadership Team, senior management and grade 8 – 12 SD46 students to discuss relevant topics of the student journey and learning
SD46 receives $20K grant to improve road safety in the community SD46 is receiving funding from Vision Zero to improve road safety for staff, students, and their families on the Sunshine Coast. In 2021/2022, Vancouver Coastal Health worked with the BC government and regional health authorities to launch the BC Vision Zero in Road Safety
NEWS RELEASE 2022NRSD4608 April 14, 2022 SD46 Announces Educational Leadership Assignments for the 2022-2023 school year SUNSHINE COAST, BRITISH COLUMBIA – School District 46 (SD46) is pleased to share the principal, vice-principal and district position assignments for the upcoming school year. The changes for next year are: Desiree Harris will be vice-principal at Chatelech Secondary; Jeff
Circle Of Care: Students The Ministry of Education is now officially known as the Ministry of Education and Child Care. This change, effective April 1st 2022, fulfills Government’s commitment to move child care into our Ministry to help ensure a more successful and seamless transition for B.C. children into the K-12 system. It is a