Message for Terrace Parents/Guardians:
Due to a shortage of Diversified Transportation bus drivers, School District 82 has had to make schedule changes to the following Terrace Bus Runs for the week of October 26 to 30 inclusive:
– Bus Run #3: Queensway/Old Remo – Primary-Elementary
– Bus Run #4: Queensway/Old Remo – Senior-Middle-French
– Bus Run #6: Lakelse Lake/Jackpine – Senior-Middle-French
– Bus Run #7: Lakelse Lake/Jackpine – Primary-Elementary
Morning Schedule Changes – Bus Runs #3 & #4 – October 26 to 30 inclusive
Diversified Transportation will be combining Bus Runs #3 and #4. Bus Run #3 will begin student pick-ups at 8:28 a.m. Bus Run #4 will begin student pick-ups at 7:26 a.m.
Afternoon Schedule Changes – Bus Runs #3 & #4 – October 26 to 30 inclusive
Bus Run #4 Ecole Mountainview students will use Bus Run #3. Bus Run #15 will pick up Bus Run #4 students at Skeena Middle, Caledonia Secondary and Parkside Secondary Schools.
Schedule Changes – Bus Runs #6 & #7 – October 26 to 30 inclusive
For the week of October 26 to 30, Bus Runs #6 and #7 will be combined. The combined bus run will begin at 7:23 a.m. with possible delays for drop-offs.
Should parents/guardians have questions, please contact Diversified Transportation Buslines at 250-635-7042 or their School Principal.
Your continued understanding and patience is appreciated due to these unforeseen circumstances.
We share our updated District and School Plans related to Coast Mountains School District’s restart plan for the 2020-2021 school year, as provided below which reflect the updated Public Health Guidance documents for K-12 School Settings.
We were provided the parameters for Stage 2 from the Ministry of Education and the Provincial Health Officer. The guidelines were developed based on the four principles. The #1 principle is Healthy & Safety. As you make your way through our plans, my hope is that they offer you reassurance related to your child’s safety and as they re-enter schools within Coast Mountains School District.
Our goal in the creation of these plans is to design safe environments that will provide families the reassurance that will allow them to send children back to school safely. Please feel free to reach out to school administrators about school plans with any questions that you may have.
If you have any questions relating to the District Re-Start Plans, please email email@example.com.
Superintendent of Schools
CMSD82 District and Schools Plans for your information and viewing:
CMSD82 K-12 Education Re-Start Plan – 2020-2021 School Year – Updated Sept. 11, 2020
CMSD82 District COVID-19 Safety Plan – Updated Sept. 11, 2020
Bear Valley School – Safety & Cohort Plans, September 2020
Caledonia Secondary School – Safety & Cohort Plans, September 2020
Cassie Hall Elementary School – Safety & Cohort Plans, September 2020
Cassie Hall Elementary School Safety Plan (Revised), Sept 14, 2020
Ecole Mountainview – Safety & Cohort Plans (Revised), Sept. 14, 2020
Hazelton Secondary School – Safety & Cohort Plans, September 2020
Kildala Elementary School – Safety & Cohort Plans, September 2020
Kitimat City High School – Safety & Cohort Plans, September 2020
Kitimat City High School Safety Plan (Revised), Sept. 16, 2020
Kitwanga Elementary School – Safety & Cohort Plan, September 2020
Majagaleehl Gali Aks Elem School – Safety & Cohort Plans, September 2020
Mount Elizabeth Middle-Sec School – Safety & Cohort Plans, September 2020
Mount Elizabeth Middle-Sec. School Safety Plan (Revised), Sept. 15, 2020
Nechako Elementary School – Safety & Cohort Plans, September 2020
Nechako Elementary School Safety Plan (Revised), Sept. 16, 2020
New Hazelton Elementary School – Safety & Cohort Plans, September 2020
Northwest Trades & Employ Training Centre, Safety & Cohort Plans – Sept. 2020
Parkside Secondary School Safety & Cohort Plans (Revised), Sept 14, 2020
Skeena Middle School – Safety & Cohort Plans, September 2020
Suwilaawks Community School – Safety & Cohort Plans, September 2020
Thornhill Elementary School – Safety & Cohort Plans, September 2020
Thornhill Primary School – Safety & Cohort Plans (Revised), Sept. 15, 2020
Uplands Elementary School – Safety & Cohort Plans, September 2020
CMSD82 Board of Education News Release – Janet Meyer Appointed Superintendent of Schools
The Board of Education is pleased to announce that Janet Meyer has accepted the Board’s offer to assume the position of Superintendent of Schools on a permanent basis. Janet has been performing that role as Acting Superintendent since June 2019. Janet succeeds Katherine McIntosh, who is seconded to the Ministry of Education, and who will not be returning as Superintendent when that secondment ends.
Janet’s appointment as Superintendent is the culmination of a long and varied career with School District 82, having worked in this District as a Teacher, a Principal, a Director of Instruction and Director of Human Resources before taking on the role of Acting Superintendent of Schools.
When Janet was appointed Acting Superintendent, the Board recognized her as a widely respected effective leader, team builder and committed educator. Throughout her career, Janet has demonstrated her passion for education, and a “children first” approach to her work. She has demonstrated her skills over the last year, as she helps the Board navigate through and implement actions recommended within the Independent Consultant’s Report and works to strengthen ties with partner groups and the community. Janet has worked tirelessly as we deal with COVID-19 and ensuring our school district provides a safe learning and working environment for our students and staff.
Janet holds a Bachelor of Education (Elementary) from the University of Victoria and a Master of Education in Leadership Studies from the University of Victoria with a focus on Indigenous Parent Participation in Schools.
The Board of Education extends congratulations to Janet on her appointment as Superintendent of Schools.
Chairperson, Board of Education