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 […]

Travel Restrictions – Memo December 1

News Release – Board Chair and Vice Chair – November 24

Temporary Travel and Fuel Restrictions

NR Comox Valley Schools will not mandate COVID vaccinations

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 […]

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