In preparation for the upcoming school year, Coast Mountains School District 82 wishes to secure rental properties for new employees in the communities of Kitimat, Terrace and the Hazeltons.
If you have a rental property and you would like to explore the opportunity to rent your property to teaching professionals, School District 82 invites you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, we provide a link to the following flyer for sharing with family, friends and/or acquaintances for their interest in an opportunity to rent property to teaching professionals:
CMSD82 Flyer – Seeking Rental Properties in Kitimat, Terrace & Hazelton Areas for New Employees
Thank you in advance for your interest and support in sharing this flyer were possible.
As a requirement of the School Act, Boards of Education are required to prepare and submit annual budgets to the Minister of Education and Child Care. The budget funds all the activities within our school district and is prepared to support the strategic priorities and commitment to students. The Strategic Plan 2022-2027 ‘Engage, Ignite, Empower’ provided feedback on investing in:
- Improving learning outcomes,
- Honouring and respecting culture, diversity and inclusion,
- Creating a culture of care through providing safe and welcoming spaces.
The Ministry of Education and Child Care funds our budget through a fixed amount per student. Annual funding is dependent on enrollment across the District plus other factors such as special needs and geographical factors.
Coast Mountains Board of Education is seeking input into the 2023-24 annual budget priorities. Please complete the following survey by May 19, 2023.
2023-24 Budget & Planning Survey
(click on link to open survey)
For more information, please find Coast Mountains School District’s Strategic Plan 2022-2027 ‘Engage, Ignite, Empower’ at:
Thank you for taking the time to complete this budget survey. The feedback received will play an important role in the development of the 2023/2024 Budget.
We are pleased to introduce the CMSD82 Stories of Impact, a newly created publication to illustrate the importance of sharing stories of student learning and engagement taking place in our schools and district this school year. These stories allow us to celebrate the great things happening for learners, but also serve to build public confidence in the work we do with children every day.
Kindly access the following link to view the first issue of this publication which shares stories of impact for Nechako Elementary School, New Hazelton Elementary School and Uplands Elementary School:
CMSD82 Stories of Impact – April 17, 2023
Over the remaining months of the school year, we will share these positive and inspirational school stories that align with the following three goal areas of the school district’s Strategic Plan:
- Student Learning / Realizing Students’ Full Potential
- Inclusion / Diversity / Culture
- Student Well-Being
Should you have questions, please contact Carole Gagnon, Executive Assistant at (250) 638-4401 or via email at email@example.com for assistance.