Results from the School Year Survey launched in February asking parents/guardians, students and staff about the education experience since September 2020 reveal overwhelming support toward the school district for its health and safety practices and procedures. Full report of survey questions online. SchoolYearExperience_SurveyReport.

The North Island Regional competition for Skills Canada B.C.’s was held remotely with many Valley students participating March 8 to 12. The event drew more than 450 competitors in Grades 6 to 12 from more than a dozen schools competing in 12 different events. NR_SkillsCanada.BCNIRegionals.2021

Comox Valley Schools hosted the Vancouver Island Vex Robotics Regional Championship via Zoom  March 6th with several District students advancing to the Vex “Virtual” World Championships. NR_VEXVirtualVITournament.2021

A team of students and staff at G.P. Vanier Secondary School have picked up the torch to continue an important donation project to outfit graduates in style. NR_CinderellaProject2021

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 […]

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

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

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!  

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

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