Special Video Address from Dr. Bonnie Henry to Thank Teachers, Educational Assistants & School Staff
Dr. Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer has prepared a special video address to thank teachers, educational assistants and school staff for all their work during these unprecedented times.
As we continue to flatten the COVID-19 curve in B.C., Dr. Henry shares it is crucial that we maintain the supports established for the children of essential service workers and make sure we continue to expand the provision of in-person support for vulnerable students, and students with disabilities and diverse abilities.
Please watch Dr. Henry’s video and share with your colleagues.
It has been great for us to connect with our students and parents via Microsoft Teams, emails texting and phone calls.
We definitely miss all of you!!! Our school is too silent.
The student laptops have been delivered. If your child is still needing one, please do not hesitate to contact the school. Just a reminder that all students have assignments that are due at the end of every week.
I will be sending out letters to all parents, updating you on where your child is at. Just a reminder that report cards were mailed out last week and that should also give an accurate overview on how your child is doing.
The staff at Kitimat City High hope that all of you are continuing to stay healthy and safe during this pandemic.
Once again, if you need anything please contact us at any time.
As part of our continued efforts to communicate regularly with staff, parents-guardians and school communities, please find a video message from our Acting Superintendent of Schools, Janet Meyer issued April 9:
By continuing to work together, we are confident that we will find the way forward together.
Wishing you a Happy Easter! Let’s remember to continue to flatten the curve by adhering to social distancing over the Easter Long Weekend. Stay safe and be well.
Coast Mountains School District would like to make parents and guardians aware that teachers will be making phone calls to students and parents, and many of these calls will not be coming from your school’s phone number. Some of the calls may show up as No Caller ID.
The school district would like to request that you please consider answering these calls over the next while as it could be a teacher attempting to contact you.
If by the end of this week, parents or guardians who have not had any contact from your school(s), or the school district, through phone or email, please contact your school to ensure your contact information is up to date.
Thanking you in advance for your support and assistance.