Please join us for an evening of conversation & learning with guest speaker: Nadine Moore, FASD Key worker
Monday, February 27 at 7 pm (doors open at 6:30)
Sangha Bean Café
For more info contact Jewelles Smith, CYMHSU, project lead firstname.lastname@example.org
What does an FASD Key Worker do?
FASD Key Workers help families to understand Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), by providing education and information specific to the needs of the child or youth and the family. They work with families to help them understand their child’s strengths and challenges and ways to support them.
They are familiar with community resources, help families get support, give health and education information, and help in the development of local support services. They also: give practical and emotional support, advocate for family and child, help with formal diagnostic process. FASD Key Workers have many resources for families, caregivers, and service providers!
On Tuesday, February 21st, the Revelstoke Tech Summit is coming to Revelstoke Secondary School!
A range of events are happening during the school day for students including a great keynote presentation by Andrew Greer of Accelerate Okanagan, followed by breakout sessions for students to look and work with technology more closely, followed by a trade fair.
In the evening, presentation starting at 7:00 PM will be available for everyone interested in technology.
Come join us for this great opportunity for Revelstoke!
To provide parents with an opportunity to share their opinions on student reporting for kindergarten to grade 9, Education Minister Mike Bernier sent a letter to the school district for distribution to parents. The attached letter provides a link for parents to submit their thoughts online.
Further information regarding the redesigned curriculum implementation and reporting from the Ministry of Education and from School District No. 19 (Revelstoke) will be provided as it becomes available.
October 4th, 2016 Parent Engagement Letter from Minister of Education Bernier
Link to Ministry of Education Parent Engagement Website:
Pink Shirt Day 2016
Our district goal to promote the overall Health and Well-being of our students is well supported through programs and services provided throughout the year. This year, during the week of February 22 – 26, each of our schools celebrated and acknowledged their work toward creating and maintaining safe environments in their schools.
Please view the video below and read our Pink Shirt Day 2016 newsletter for more information.
School District #19 (Revelstoke) Pink Shirt Day Newsletter (PDF)
Please come and join us on Thursday, May 26th, 2016 from 6 to 8 PM in the Revelstoke Secondary School Atrium (Macpherson Court) to celebrate and witness the signing of Revelstoke School District’s second Aboriginal Enhancement Agreement!
This signing will be the next chapter of learning and working together with our Aboriginal partners in education.
Please contact Susie Salon at (250) 837-2101 to confirm your attendance to this event.
We hope you are able to join us!
School District #19 (Revelstoke) Mission, Vision, and Value Statements
During the June 2015 meeting of the School District #19 (Revelstoke) Board of Education, trustees reviewed and approved the Mission, Vision, and Value Statements of the school district.
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.
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 SD19 Literacy Plan