Launched in December 2018, revelstokelife.ca is Revelstoke’s new online health and social services directory. The goal is to help find reliable, up-to-date information about local health and social services that will help to meet personal needs.
This project was developed in partnership by:
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
We are pleased to provide the Superintendent’s Annual Report on Student Achievement. The report highlights the achievements in our district in the areas of students’ health and well-being, literacy and school completion rates.
2015 SD19 Superintendent’s Annual Report
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.
Traffic Safety at Begbie View Elementary is Everyone’s Responsibility. Use 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 Plan
Click on the link below for information on the importance of sleep and recommendations to help your child get a good night’s sleep.
2013-01-28 Screen Smart Sleep Bulletin
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.
2013-14 MDI Survey