Final Week! A grad clothing donation program, formerly known as the Cinderella/Prince Charming Project, is back again this year. Now known as Grad “Class” Special Attire. The former community-run program aims to give all students the opportunity to wear a lightly worn gown or suit on graduation day without the burden of any financial challenges […]
There is a shortage of foster parents in the Comox Valley. Foster parents/families are needed to support children with diverse needs, teens, and in not ready to support full time there is a need for part-time general relief.
“Peers, Parents and Pressure: Looking at the tensions in the lives of teens. This evening we will take a biopsychosocial look at the contributing factors of teen anxiety and tools to help.” TIME AND LOCATION: 7pm December 9th, on Zoom. Preregistration not required. SD71 DPAC is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: DPAC […]
The Reconciliation Butterfly Project began in Spring 2021 when Highland teachers, Alissa Mather and Amber-Skye Brammall, discussed the need for a meaningful project to commemorate Orange Shirt Day at Highland Secondary. In consultation with SD71 Indigenous Education Curriculum Support Teacher, Lelaina Jules, they developed a cross curricular project for their two Social Studies 10 and […]
Terry Fox Run Fundraiser Success Story When Ms. Charity Munro, a Highland teacher, said she would shave all her hair off if the school raised over $2500.00, she hoped this would challenge the students to rise to the occasion. “I realized I was committed when I saw our donations pouring in. I then had to […]