Cleaning up anxiety!

After the strong message of stay at home to stay safe, there was some anxiety in many places around the school district with the “re-start” of in-class learning. At Salmon Arm West Elementary School this anxiety level was lowered by their custodian, who cleaned up and cleared up much of …

Grad different but memorable at ALF

A.L. Fortune Secondary School (ALF) in Enderby, like other high schools in the province and across the country, have had to find a new way to recognize its graduating students this year and it turns out with everyone pitching in the results are memorable . . . even awesome! “Although …

Thank you community!

The senior team at SD83 wants to thank our parents and communities for helping the first day of school “re-start” to go so well. “Our staff were delighted to have students back in our schools, and really appreciate our communities help and support,” said Superintendent of Schools Peter Jory. Jory noted …

Board discusses budget

The work done by Speech Language Pathologists, a school “re-start” update, and the 2020-21 Preliminary Budget were under discussion at the Board of Education of School District No. 83 (North Okanagan-Shuswap)’s Committee of the Whole meeting on Thursday, May 28. Speech-Language Pathologist Megan Brooke presented to trustees about the work …

Welcome back!

As voluntary return to in-class learning starts on Monday, school staffs throughout the district have been busy preparing for their students! Check out this welcome back sign from staff at Len Wood Middle School to their students! And this one at Silver Creek Elementary! For those not returning, at home …