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In recognition of all the hard work, effort and sacrifices that our school communities have made over the past year, Superintendent Jordan Tinney has penned a blog post thanking our many students, parents and staff as the district approaches a light at the end of the tunnel with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reflecting on the past school year, Tinney recounts the district's first COVID-19 exposure on the first day of school, the dedication of teachers in the face of risk, the faith of parents in the safety of our schools and the adaptation of students at all grade levels to unordinary measures for health protocols, learning cohorts, graduation ceremonies and beyond.
Now, as 75% of eligible B.C. residents have received their first dose of the vaccine, and the provincial government prepares to lift more restrictions heading into Phase 2 of the Restart Plan, Tinney shares an optimism as we all look toward a return to a more hopeful, grateful reality, and offers thanks to each and every person in our school community who has made this possible.
For all that you've done, and continue to do, thank you.
To read the full blog post please click here.