Fraser-Cascade School District 78’s administration office. (File Photo)

SD78 looking for calendar feedback

Email the superintendent to provide feedback

Next school year is already being planned, and it’s time to provide feedback to the school district.

The Fraser Cascade District has posted two calendars, one for Boston Bar and one for the rest of the schools.

The draft calendars are available to view on the school district’s website, sd78.bc.ca, and feedback is being accepted until Feb. 28. They were created after consultations with all partner groups, ensuring that required hours of instruction are met.

READ ALSO:Teacher salaries, special needs dominate SD78 budget talks

School in the fall will begin on Sept. 8 this year, as Labour Day is late. Winter break will run begin Dec. 21 and school will return to session on Jan. 4.

Spring break will begin on March 15 and end March 26. The final day of school will be June 24. There will be seven non-instructional days.

Boston Bar’s calendar varies, running a four-day week most of the school year.

Those with feedback are asked to email the superintendent at karen.nelson@sd78.bc.ca.


 

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