Kitimat City High Ski Trip Reminder and Instructions

Dear Parents and Participating Students


Just a friendly reminder that all students attending the Ski Trip must be at Kitimat City High on

Thursday, January, 23 by 7:10am

The Bus will be leaving promptly at 7:30am and will be going directly up to the Shames Mountain Ski Hill. The bus will be leaving the ski hill at 4pm and returning to KCH. Please remember to bring extra money for lunch if you have not paid pre-ordered and paid.

Students must be dressed warmly! Layers are recommended, sweaters, warm winter jacket and snowpants as well as a hat and appropriate gloves.

Unfortunately, there can be no monetary refunds offered if students do not or cannot attend. Students are also responsible for any valuables they choose to bring.

Looking forward to a great day on the Mountain!

Please feel free to contact me via email,, if you have any questions or concerns.


Rachael DeSousa

Board of Education Rescinds Transition Plan to Re-Assign Principals-Vice Principals for the 2020-21 School Year


CMSD82 News Release – Board Rescinds Transition Plan to Re-assign Principals-Vice Principals 2020-21 School Year


The Board of Education for Coast Mountains School District 82 at its In Camera Board Meeting held yesterday afternoon, December 18, 2019 passed the following motion:

THAT the 2020-2021 Principal and Vice Principal Assignments remain status quo as of January 6, 2020 except in the event of resignations, retirements or other emergent situations as determined by the Acting Superintendent of Schools.

In an effort to formalize the school district’s processes related to Principal and Vice Principal re-assignments, and in light of several recommendations by Independent Consultant Dianne Turner, the Board of Education has rescinded the one-year transition plan as passed at the June 26, 2019 In Camera Board Meeting.

Specifically, the aforementioned motion rescinds the transition plan to re-assign Principals and Vice Principals for the 2020-2021 school year.

In the future, Principal and Vice Principal re-assignments will be conducted using a Change Management Protocol, which will be collaborative, consultative in structure, and as transparent as possible.

The Board of Education values the strength and dedication of all employees in the school district and looks forward to engaging and working together with all of our communities in the school district towards continued student success.


Janet Meyer
Acting Superintendent of Schools

Public Consultation Forum

There will be a Public Consultation Forum regarding the Independent Consultant’s Report to the Board of Education on Wednesday December 11, 2019 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm in the Northwest Trades and Employment  Training Centre.

Independent Consultant’s Report to the CMSD82 Board of Education


In June 2019, the Board of Education for Coast Mountains School District 82 initiated a review to address concerns that were raised by students, parents, partner groups and communities. In order to ensure the process was objective and thorough, the Board of Education contracted Independent Consultant, Dianne Turner.

Ms. Turner was tasked to gather relevant information and provide recommendations for future actions to the Board of Education. The intent of this process was to address concerns raised within the school district and to identify processes moving forward, with the priority being placed on the well-being and learning of students in the district.

The Board of Education received Ms. Turner’s report and recommendations on November 27, 2019. The report is provided by accessing the following link:

Independent Consultant’s Report to the Board of Education – Nov. 27, 2019

On behalf of the Board of Education, we extend our appreciation to those who brought forward concerns and who were willing to be interviewed.

The next steps are to share the report and conduct a series of consultations.  A public consultation forum will be held on Wednesday, December 11, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the meeting room at the Northwest Trades & Employment Training Centre (formerly the Thornhill Junior/Secondary School) located at 3120 Highway 16 East in Terrace. If you are unable to attend the public consultation forum, or you prefer to submit your thoughts electronically, please email to

The Board of Education invites all interested parties to attend the public consultation forum to provide input into this dialogue and share their views on action planning.

Public participation is encouraged. Input and feedback is welcomed and valued by the Board of Education.

Should you require further assistance, please feel free to contact Carole Gagnon, Executive Assistant to the Board of Education at (250) 638-4401.


Shar McCrory
Chairperson, Board of Education




Report Cards

Term one Report Cards will be handed out to students on Thursday November 21, 2019 and Friday November 22, 2019.  Parent/Teacher interviews are on November 27 and November 28.  Interview times can be scheduled between 2:00 pm and 4:00pm.  If you would like to set up a meeting with any of the teachers please call the school at 250-632-2811.  Students will be dismissed at 2:08 pm.