In Memoriam: Lori Dixon 1951 – 2022 The Board of Education paid tribute to former trustee Lori Dixon at the March 2022 Board Meeting. Lauren (Lori) Velma Paull was born in Prince Rupert BC to Henry and Ruby Paull (nee Spencer) and grew up in Sechelt BC for the greatest part of her life. She
March 11, 2022 Dear SD46 Learning Community, The Provincial COVID-19 Communicable Disease Guidelines for K-12 Settings have been updated to reflect changes to Provincial Health Officer orders announced Thursday, March 10, 2022, and updated public health guidance from BCCDC. Updated information is also available on the COVID-19 safe schools web page. These changes come into
Circle Of Care: Students Kindergarten Registration begins February 14, 2022! This is a very exciting time for us all as we welcome new families in to our school communities. Families are encouraged to begin the process by filling out the online registration via MyEd. (1b) Just B4: We are pleased to announce the opening of
SD46 Gibsons Elementary Tree Removal and Reforestation Project The School District hosted a virtual information session on Wednesday, March 2nd regarding the planned tree removal at Gibsons Elementary. Secretary-Treasurer Nicholas Weswick, Principal Lynda Brisebois, Manager of Facilities Rob Collison, and Integrated Forestry and Environmental Consultant Bill Lasuta spoke to the need to remove the hazardous
If you are planning to travel for Spring Break and beyond, please consult the Federal Guidelines for advice on your family situation. For more information on federal guidance and restrictions, visit canada.ca/coronavirus. For provincial measures, see Travel and COVID-19 – Province of British Columbia (gov.bc.ca) or visit bccdc.ca/covid19 or call 811. Also, the VCH Rapid Response Team has
Collaboration and Equity is on our focus this month, a perfect fit for the month that celebrates International Women’s Day. This years’ theme for International Women’s Day is #BreakTheBias.
Bias is located in our culture and our identity. Bias reveals itself in our communities and organizations. It reveals itself when we look around to see who is beside us, who we report to, who we learn from, and who is welcome. Bias is both conscious and unconscious.