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Youth in trades get a financial kickback from the province

Earn as you learn is the premise to the Youth Work in Trades program offered to secondary students. It pays off when students reach enough hours toward a Level 1 apprenticeship. This month, students received $1,000 from the Government of British Columbia as an incentive to pursue a career in the trades industry.
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School Board Office Operational Hours

To better serve our community, operating hours have been adjusted. While we will be closed during the Winter Break between December 23 and January 3, we will remain open all spring and summer break.
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Highway closure in Union Bay may cause delays

Students who travel on School District 71 buses south-bound may experience delays on the return trip home from school today due to a road closure on Highway 19A.
An accident on the highway in Union Bay earlier in the day forced a road closure. The highway is open to alternating single-lane traffic for both directions.
Parents and families of students are encouraged to tune into the local radio stations at 97.3 (The Eagle) and 98.9 (The Jet) FM or check in with Drive BC for the latest developments and updates on traffic conditions.
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Indigenous Youth Inspired to be the Nation's Next Storytellers

Indigenous students across Canada took part in a one of a kind experience with the CBC Broadcast Centre in Vancouver November 13th and seven of our Nala'atsi youth were a part of it. It was a day of inspiration by CBC's Indigenous journalists and veteran hosts, including Angela Sterritt, Duncan McCue, Ian Hanomansing, Gloria Macarenko, and more.
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Indigenous students in the Valley continue to graduate at a high rate

The upward trend in the six-year graduation rates for Indigenous students in the Comox Valley reaches a new level higher than in previous years. Results for the 2018 – 2019 school year set a new five-year record for the District. One of the contributing factors leading to this success is the fact that the District embraces Indigenous ways and knowing in the curriculum.
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Repurposing School Furniture to Benefit the Community

Comox Valley Schools is focused on making a positive impact on the community it serves. One such way is in repurposing used equipment. Recently, a large stock of classroom furniture were donated to various community organizations to help in furnish their pace.
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Think of Me

The Comox Valley RCMP has been working in parntership with the school district to grab the attention of drivers as they pass through school zones by handing out drawings done by students to serve as a reminder about hazards of driving distracted.
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