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Joint Statement on Safe, Caring and Inclusive Schools

B.C.’s provincial education partners for K-12 schools, joined by Minister Rachna Singh and MLA Sonia Furstenau, have released a joint statement on safe, caring and inclusive schools. They are standing together in solidarity to ensure every school is a place where all students are welcomed, included, and respected in a safe learning environment. You can read the joint statement by clicking here.
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Remembrance Day 2023

On November 11, Canadians pause in a moment of remembrance to honour the courage and sacrifice of all veterans who have served our country. Today, November 10, ceremonies were hosted at schools across the district to commemorate the Day.
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Ministry of Children and Family Launching Online Speaker Series

The Ministry of Children and Family Development is hosting a free online speaker series about topics related to services for children and youth with support needs from November to December 2023. Registration is free and opens on November 2, 2023! For more info or to attend, please click here.
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Accessibility Survey

To gather information from students, families, and staff who either have or support individuals with disabilities and/or differences, we have created an Accessibility Survey. As our next course of action, the committee is actively seeking feedback that will help us better understand the needs of individuals who may be affected by disabilities and/or differences that hinder their full and equitable participation in school/work environments and opportunities. Please complete the survey by 4 p.m. on November 23, 2023. Click here to access the survey.
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Honouring Indigenous Veterans Day - November 8, 2023

November 8th, marks Indigenous Veterans Day, a day dedicated to showing respect and appreciation to the First Nations, Inuit and Metis veterans of Canada for their military service to the country. Learn more about the contributions of Indigenous Veterans here.
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Seeking Off-Reserve Representative for Indigenous Education Council

Are you an Indigenous member of the community and would like to be more involved in Indigenous Education? The Indigenous Education Council is looking for an Off-Reserve Representative to contribute to the success of Indigenous students as they journey through education in the Sea to Sky school district. The council meets online 4 times per year, and the meetings are usually during the day for 2 hours. If you are interested and identify as an Indigenous person, please contact the Indigenous Education department: Sarah – [email protected] or Colleen – [email protected] or call (604) 892-5228.
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School Procedures for Inclement Weather

As we transition into the winter season, with wind storms and snow becoming more frequent, we want to share a friendly reminder about school closures related to extreme weather conditions.
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World Teachers' Day

Join us in celebrating World Teachers' Day at School District No.48! We are grateful for the dedication and hard work of our amazing teachers, who inspire and educate our students every day. Thank you for making a difference and for your unwavering commitment to education.

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