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 use the link below.
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%. Use the link below for more information on the EDI and to read the Community Summary.
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. Use the link below to view the panels presented at the open house.
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 Enhancement Agreement and to establish goals and develop an annual work plan.
Begbie View Elementary is Revelstoke’s newest elementary school. Constructed in 2012 and brought together the people and resources of Mount Begbie Elementary School and Mountainview Elementary School together on a single site.