COVID Town Hall Presentation Online

Comox Valley Schools hosted a virtual Town Hall meeting Thursday, March 4 with  Dr. Sandra Allison and Dr. Charmaine Enns, Island Health Authority Medical Officers. The meeting was designed to give the community and the media an update on COVID-19 situation in our community and its impact on education. The full presentation is available on […]

Seeking feedback for 2021 – 2024 calendars

Draft school year calendars 2021-2024 are available for review and to seek feedback for the next 30 days before final Board approval. Calendar Review

COVID-19 Announcements – Update Feb 23

Provincial COVID-19 Announcements Regular updates from the Provincial Health Officer and the Ministries of Health and Education regarding policy, direction and other significant announcements surrounding COVID-19 and its impact on education. Update February 23 NEW! Based on feedback from the K-12 Education Steering Committee, the Provincial COVID-19 Health & Safety Guidelines for K-12 Settings have […]

Lake Trail invites community to commemorate its history

Lake Trail Community School and Lake Trail Community Education Society (LTCES) invite former students, educators, staff, and community members to commemorate the school’s 65-year history. NR_Lake Trail School Commemorates

New provincial program to help students get moving

The Province , in partnership with BC Healthy Communities Society, has selected 11 schools to participate in a pilot project designed to increase the number of students using active transportation between home and school. Among the schools is Cumberland Community School thanks to the efforts of its Parent Advisory Council. Read more here!  

Students encourage community to Lift Each Other Up

Comox Valley Schools will support the annual anti-bullying initiatives across Canada by wearing pink on February 24. By participating in the CKNW Kids’ Fund’s Pink Shirt Day, the school district aims to raise awareness of the issues associated with bullying. NR_PinkShirt.Feb24,2021

School Year Experience Survey

The District is seeking information from all school communities about how the education experience has been since September 2020.  NR_EducationSurvey.Feb2021

Hornby Island students one step closer to new school

Minster of Education Jennifer Whiteside released an update to announce that the new community school is scheduled to be ready for September 2022, and will provide students and staff with a facility that better aligns with 21st-century learning. Once complete, the school will safely serve families and support the community for decades to come. Read […]

Parents as Education and Career Coaches

The Parent as Education and Career Coaches is an interactive online session to support parents /guardians guide their student in making informed decisions about education and a career choices after high school.   PECC Courtenay 2021    

Kindergarten Families with Special Needs Children

Steps that families of special needs students can take to get ready for Kindergarten Kindergarten Families with Special Needs Children