Regular, Kindergarten & Other Programs for Feb 2021

School District No. 71 (Comox Valley) will be enrolling Kindergarten students (Neighbourhood, French Immersion, Montessori, Indigenous, Fine Arts and eClasses) in District schools for attendance in September 2021. Regular, Kindergarten & Other Programs for Feb 2021        

Mental Health Kits

District mental health kits created by Learning Resource Centre will support and enhance schools and teachers in educating students about the diverse range of topics related to mental wellness. Mental Health Kits

DPAC Speaker Series – White Hatter & Christopher Burt

Comox Valley District Parents Advisory Council Comox Valley District Parents Advisory Council (DPAC) is a collective voice of School District #71 parents and guardians. Any parent or guardian with a child registered in SD71 is a member at large of the DPAC and is welcome to attend and participate in DPAC meetings.

Information for Cross Boundary Transfers (PDF)

Information for Cross Boundary Transfers (PDF)

District HR launches exciting new way to share staff stories

Human Resource Manager Sheila Powell has taken her responsibility of taking care of employees to a whole new level by engaging with staff in a story sharing platform that highlights diversity and inclusion in our District. Read the news release here.

New trustee for Area C elected

A new trustee will soon join the Board of Education following the by-election for the office of School Trustee – Area C. Cristi May Sacht successfully won the trustee by-election after general voting closed today for residents in Area C. Read the news release here.  

Lake Trail Middle School Resumes Classes Monday, December 7

The Courtenay middle school will reopen Monday following a closure on December 4th due to a safety issue. RCMP have completed an investigated and determined normal operations can safely resume. Read More Here (PDF)

Youth ReconciliAction project comes to Lake Trail Middle School

Students at Lake Trail engaged in a workshop exploring the importance of reconciliACTION, an activity connected with Youth Leading Reconciliation (YLR) that our District Indigenous Edcuation staff have been supporting since 2018. Read the news release here.

MyHEARTSMAP Study launched in Comox Valley Schools

BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute and UBC are calling for participants for a study to measure the impact how the changes to our lives during the pandemic have affected the social and psychological wellness of children and youth. Read the news release here.

School Property Vandalism Hits Valley Students the Hardest

Intentional damage and destruction to school property is on the rise again and the District is calling upon the community to play a role in curbing the crime. Read More Here (PDF)