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Posted On Tuesday, December 07, 2021

Cards for Seniors CampaignNearly 100 SD73 elementary classes created over 2,200 homemade cards in a recent Cards for Seniors campaign organized by a local long-term care staffing organization.
“Providing over 2,200 holiday cards, each one uniquely created by elementary students, is a wonderful example of teachers and principals going above and beyond to lift the spirits of those in need in our community and our province,” said Grant Reilly, Assistant Superintendent, Early Learning and...

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Posted On Friday, December 03, 2021

Moon and StarsDear Parents and Caregivers:
Although it is hard to believe that it is already December, it is a wonderful time of giving and caring for others this Christmas season. Thank you for your continued generosity and kindness for those who have relocated to Kamloops from areas impacted by floods.
Merritt Families
Assistant Superintendent Vessy Mochikas continues to work closely with City of Kamloops’ partners, and SD73 and SD58 staff to coordinate donations to help...

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Posted On Monday, November 29, 2021

Moon and StarsDear Parents and Caregivers:
It’s been a week since we met Merritt families, and many of you have shared your heartwarming stories of generosity and gratitude.
Continuing to Welcome Merritt Families
Last weekend, Assistant Superintendent Vessy Mochikas coordinated an outpouring of donations from staff, parents, and community members to help 80 Merritt families. This week, school communities filled the @KOOL gym and met hundreds of families’ needs. A special...

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Posted On Friday, November 26, 2021

Board Notes Nov. 22, 2021From the regular meeting of the Board of Education. Find out about Aboriginal Education Report and more steps before a vaccination policy. Read Board Notes here .

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Posted On Monday, November 22, 2021

Thank You Healthcare WorkersStudents at Kay Bingham Elementary recently showed their appreciation to healthcare professionals at Royal Inland Hospital by sending them messages of appreciation.
After the idea for making cards was discussed at a PAC meeting, Principal Rosie Caputo took the idea to her staff and received an overwhelming response.
“Almost every class took the opportunity to become involved to brighten the day of a healthcare worker, noting their valued dedication and compassion,...

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