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Pride Month - June 2024

June is Pride Month, and our district joins in celebrating the resilience and contributions of the LGBTQIA2S+ community. The Sea to Sky School District believes that we are responsible for ensuring all schools are inclusive and safe spaces for students, staff and families of all sexual orientations and gender identities. Let's join together to celebrate diversity and create supportive environments where everyone can thrive! After all, one of our core enduring understandings is that "diversity is a strength." Please check out SOGI FAQs for Parents and Caregivers, found under the Families tab on our district website, for answers to common questions about SOGi-inclusive education in SD48.
National Indigenous History Month - June 2024 Featured Photo

National Indigenous History Month - June 2024

June is National Indigenous History Month, a time dedicated to recognizing and celebrating the rich cultures, traditions, and contributions of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples in Canada. The Sea to Sky School District joins the nation in honouring Indigenous communities' history, achievements, and resilience. Throughout June, we encourage students, staff, and the broader community to engage with Indigenous stories, traditions and cultures to gain a deeper understanding of First Nations, Inuit and Metis experiences. For more information and resources, visit National Indigenous History Month.
Access zones now in place to protect kids at school Featured Photo

Access zones now in place to protect kids at school

The Safe Access to Schools Act gives the Province the legal authority to prohibit disruptive behaviour that impedes access to school grounds. This includes behaviour such as any protests that causes disruptions to school programs and activities or that cause concern for the physical or mental safety of students and staff. Access Zones are now in place at K-12 schools, and police can arrest or issue tickets to anyone found impeding access, disrupting or interfering with educational activities or attempting to intimidate an individual within 20 metres (66 feet) of school property. These zones will be in effect on school days from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and during extracurricular school activities at all of B.C.’s K-12 public and independent schools, with limited exceptions. Link to the full news release here.
National AccessAbility Week 2024 Featured Photo

National AccessAbility Week 2024

From May 26 to June 1, the Sea to Sky School District proudly joins the nation in celebrating National AccessAbility Week. This year's theme is "Forward Together: Accessibility and Inclusion for All." Join us in supporting and celebrating accessibility and inclusion throughout our schools and community. Learn more about National AccessAbility Week here.
French 10, 11, 12 Course Upgrades Featured Photo

French 10, 11, 12 Course Upgrades

Currently, French 10, 11, and 12 courses are being updated. Students who have recently enrolled and completed their activation assignment will be able to continue in the existing course. Students who are almost finished are encouraged to complete the course on, or before, June 15th. We are taking names of students interested in taking French 10, 11, 12, with a decision regarding when the new courses will be available in the coming weeks. Once we are able to provide a start time for these courses, we will contact those who have shown interest. We expect this information to be available in two weeks, anticipating the new courses will be made available to students before the summer. Thanks for your patience.
Mental Health Week 2024 Featured Photo

Mental Health Week 2024

Please join us in acknowledging Mental Health Week from May 6 to 12, 2024. The Sea to Sky School District invites you to explore the healing power of compassion and recognize its profound impact on our mental well-being. We believe that kindness is fundamental to our shared humanity and that acts of compassion connect us. Together, let's discover how we can promote mental well-being through compassion. For Mental Health resources, please click here.
CapU Education Assistant Certificate Program Info Night Featured Photo

CapU Education Assistant Certificate Program Info Night

Interested to find out if the CapU EA program is right for you? Want to learn
more about this EA program? CapU is hosting an information and Q&A session on Wednesday, May 8th, 2024, from 4-6 p.m. at the Howe Sound Secondary School Library. More information can be found on the poster found here.
Happy Administrative Professional's Day - April 24, 2024 Featured Photo

Happy Administrative Professional's Day - April 24, 2024

This special day recognizes the dedication, hard work, and invaluable support provided by clerical, administrative assistants, and office professionals who play a pivotal role in keeping our district running smoothly. Let's celebrate their outstanding efforts at the Sea to Sky School District. Thank you for all that you do!
Celebrating Earth Day in the Sea to Sky School District - April 22, 2024 Featured Photo

Celebrating Earth Day in the Sea to Sky School District - April 22, 2024

Today is Earth Day, and we are thrilled to celebrate our planet with the global community. At the Sea to Sky School District, we are committed to fostering an eco-conscious mindset, starting in the classroom and extending to our communities. We encourage students, staff, and families to participate in activities that protect and conserve our Earth. Together, we can make a positive impact and create a healthier planet for generations to come. Happy Earth Day!

Principal's Message

We are honored to be working, learning, and playing on the traditional, unceded, ancestral territories of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw and St’át’imc Nations.
 
I would like to welcome students and parents to Sea to Sky Online, where learners are supported in their online courses by experienced distance learning teachers. We provide a variety of synchronous and asynchronous blended learning opportunities for students and adults. 
 
We offer a host of courses that provide students with variety and options to their existing programs, as well as, supporting others wishing to complete their high school program.
 
If you are interested in learning more about our school, I would encourage you to spend some time exploring our website. If you have any questions, please contact us directly at 604-892-5904.
 
Kind Regards and Kind Kuḱwustum̓ckacw,
 
N. Cox
District Principal