School District #19 (Revelstoke)
P.O. Bag 5800, 501 11th Street, Revelstoke, BC V0E 2S0
phone (250) 837-2101 fax (250) 837-9335
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Welcome to School District 19 (Revelstoke)

Revelstoke is located on the Trans Canada Highway adjacent to the Okanagan and Kootenay regions. We are a vibrant, historic mountain community of 7,139.  Our School District serves approximately 936 students in three elementary schools and one high school, all within the City of Revelstoke.

What did our schools do on Pink Day?
Click on the link below to find out how staff and students celebrated and acknowledged their work
toward creating and maintaining safe environments in their schools.


Click here for school schedules and updated bus routes
for the 2014-2015 school year.

Revelstoke Children's Charter

It is with great pride that the Revelstoke Board of Education is a signatory to the Revelstoke Children’s Charter.  The Revelstoke Board of Education believes that the signing of the Revelstoke Children’s Charter ensures continued awareness and understanding regarding securing the best outcomes for all children in our community.

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Mission Statement

The purpose of School District No. 19 (Revelstoke) is to provide all learners with an opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills according to individual potential, to develop positive attitudes towards life-long learning and to develop personal social values that will prepare them to participate in and contribute to, a healthy, sustainable and democratic society.

Vision Statement

We envision an education system that enables all learners to:

- achieve academic success to their potential;
- obtain personal fulfilment; and
- demonstrate social responsibility

by creating and nurturing a learning environment which involves the support and engagement of all staff, parents and the wider community.


We believe that our system should create and nurture an environment in which:

- learning based on individual needs and potential within a setting that requires social responsibility is maximized;
- the physical and emotional environments in which we learn, work and interact are safe, supportive and non threatening;
- positive social attitudes and respect for diversity are encouraged;
- the contributions and achievements of students, staff, parents and community are recognized and celebrated;
- the rights and responsibilities of individuals and groups within the community are respected;
- ethical practices based upon honesty, integrity and professional confidentiality are expected;
- appreciation, conservation and sustainability of our natural environment are learned and acted upon;
- open communication among all members of the system is invited; and
- decisions are made collaboratively and through consensus wherever possible.

Kindergarten Registration 2015/16
Kindergarten registration for the 2015/16 school year took place February 23rd to 27th, 2015. If you have a child born in 2010 and have not yet registered your child for Kindergarten, please register your child at your neighbourhood school as soon as possible. For more information, click on the link below.
2015/16 Kindergarten Registration
2014 Superintendent's Annual Report on Student Achievement
We are pleased to provide the Superintendent's Annual Report on Student Achievement. The report highlights the achivements in our district in the areas of students' health and well-being, literacy and school completion rates.
2014 Annual Report
14-15 Class Size Report
This report is provided for the information of Trustees, parents and the community and lists the class size averages in our district current to October 31st, 2014.
14-15 Class Size Report
2014/15 Achievement Plan
This Achievement Plan is in a new format and has been prepared in accordance with the School Act for submission to the Ministry of Education. It outlines our district's plans to sustain and enhance student achivement, focussing on the areas of student health and well-being, literacy, and school completion and graduation.
14/15 Achievement Plan
2014/15 Revelstoke Community/District Literacy Plan
The 2014/15 Revelstoke Community/District Literacy Plan sets out the goals for the 2014/15 school year. Click on the link below to read more about the strategies and actions planned to improve literacy throughout our community.
2014/15 Literacy Plan
Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreement Annual Report 2013/14
The Revelstoke Board of Education is pleased to provide the 2013/14 Annual Report. The report has been prepared to communicate and create an ongoing awareness of the Aboriginal Enchancement Agreement and to establish goals and develop an annual work plan.
13/14 Annual Report
Full Day Kindergarten FAQ
If you have any questions regarding full day kindergarten, click on the link below for answers to some Frequently Asked Questions.
Full Day Kindergarten FAQ
Mountain View School Site Open House
On November 16th, 2013 the School District held an Open House at the Community Centre giving the public an opportunity to provide input on the future of the site. Click on the link below to view the panels presented at the open house.
Open House Panels
Early Development Instrument
The Human Early Learning Partnership (HELP) collaborates with academic, government, school, and community partners to gather data and report on child well-being in British Columbia. Overall, Revelstoke at a rate of 11% had the lowest vulnerability rate in the province. The provincial vulnerability rate is 32.5%. Click on the link below for more information on the EDI and to read the Community Summary.
EDI Community Summary
Middle Years Development Instrument
The Middle Years Development Instrument (MDI) for grade 4 and grade 7 students is a survey that asks children to report on five dimensions that are critical components of development and strongly linked to well-being, health, academic achievement, and success throughout the school years and in later life. To read more about the MDI and see the results for our district, please click on the link below.
13-14 MDI District Report
Sleep and School Success
Click on the link below for information on the importance of sleep and recommendations to help your child get a good night's sleep.
Sleep and School Success
Begbie View Elementary School Traffic Safety Plan
Traffic Safety at Begbie View Elementary is Everyone's Responsibility. Click on the link below to view the Traffic Safety Plan which indicates the bus zone, visitor parking, drop-off and pick-up areas, pedestrian routes and cyclist travel.
BVE Traffic Safety Plan
E.R.A.S.E: Expect Respect and a Safe Education
To further enhance the work we do to support student safety in the Revelstoke School District, the B.C. Government has released a provincial E.R.A.S.E. anti-bullying strategy. Information for students and parents can be found on the link below.
E.R.A.S.E: Expect Respect and a Safe Education

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