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Posted On Wednesday, January 26, 2022

2022 Short-Film FestivalAs parents, you are invited to participate in the  2022 February Short-Film Festival: Respect For Diversity . This festival is a community-building activity dedicated to engaging learners in conversations about the important role diversity plays in the development of rich, caring, and inclusive cultures.
Diversity brings strength to our communities; we are stronger together. Our culturally rich and diverse community recently showed a resilient spirit by pulling...

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Posted On Friday, January 21, 2022

Moon and StarsDear Parents and Caregivers:
Thank you to parents and caregivers who have been patient, kind, and responsive as we have lived through high student and staff absenteeism and functional closures. We appreciate everyone adhering to the safety measures, checking for symptoms, and staying home when ill. While working through an admittedly challenging time, we have proven that we are here for each other, as a district-school-home partnership.
École Lloyd George
When...

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Posted On Tuesday, January 18, 2022

MathThe math my child is bringing home looks different than when I went to school, so what are they learning? Why is math taught differently? And how do I know how my child is doing? In this session, we will look at these questions and how you can support your child in their learning journey.
Presented by Amanda Russet, Numeracy Coordinator.
The workshop will be held via Zoom on Wednesday, February 23, from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM. If you are interested in attending, you are asked...

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Posted On Friday, January 14, 2022

Moon and StarsDear Parents and Caregivers
We have had a very successful week with lower student absenteeism than what has been experienced historically. Thank you for having your children stay home when ill and for putting health and wellness first for everyone. While this is a time of uncertainty, our District Continuity of Learning Plan and commitment to existing and enhanced safety measures has been effective.
District Student Advisory Council
On Wednesday, January 12,...

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Posted On Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Understanding Indigenous Principles SD73 presenters Trudi Nielsen, Aboriginal District Resource Teacher K-3, and Charmayne Wilson, Aboriginal Distict Resource Teacher On-the-Land, will be sharing local and traditional medicines from the territory. They will also be using and teaching Secwepemctsin (Secwepemc Language) terms and references. This will lead to a deeper understanding of the local language, as well as local Indigenous ways of knowing and doing.   The workshop will be held via ZOOM on Thursday,...
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