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Superintendent’s Report to the Board | January 2022

Circle Of Care: Students MDI and YDI: We are moving into the administration of the MDI and YDI in schools. These instruments provide student voice and essential data for our district. We will be offering pre and post lesson sessions for teachers so that they can work with students to better understand how their voices

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Superintendent’s Report to the Board | December 2021

Circle Of Care: Students Fundraisers: Across the district, staff and students are making a difference in our local and wider community with fundraising campaigns to help those in need this holiday season and raise money for disaster relief. Through these efforts, students are continuing their development of the Personal and Social Core Competency, and its

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Superintendent’s Report to the Board | November 2021

Circle Of Care: Students Halloween: SD46 schools know how to get in the spirit of Halloween! Fun, spooky and spirited play was on display throughout the district on Friday, October 29th. From pumpkin carving and ghoulish cake contests to costume parades and haunted houses, it is always a special and memorable day for staff and

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Superintendent’s Report to the Board | September 2021

Circle of Care: Students
1. a) 2021/2022 Student Trustee: We are thrilled to welcome Matthew Douglas to the Board of Education as the student trustee for the 2021/2022 school year. Matthew is the 9th student trustee in the district’s history and is a member of the district student leadership team. He attends Chatelech Secondary in his grade 12 year.

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Superintendent’s Report to the Board | June 2021

Circle of Care: Students
1. a) Literacy Joy! Many teachers attended the ‘Psst…Don’t Tell Your Friends’ event and ordered new books for their classroom libraries. Also, books for children newborn to age 12 are available for students across the coast to borrow this summer through the WonderWheels Bookmobile and in Summer StrongStart programming. (1d)

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