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BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 67 (OKANAGAN SKAHA)
REGULAR MEETING
MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2002 AT 7:30 P.M.
SCHOOL BOARD OFFICE
MINUTES
IN ATTENDANCE
C. Denesiuk, Chair
L. Courtney, Trustee (first part only)
D. E. Jamieson, Trustee
C. Lewis, Trustee
K. Lindstrom, Trustee
L. Little, Trustee
D. Shunter, Trustee
G. Doi, Superintendent of Schools
F. Regehr, Secretary-Treasurer
D. Stigant, Assistant Superintendent
R. Shongrunden, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer
G. Schafer, Director of Instruction
J. Walbergs, Director of Instruction
J. Hickling, Director of Maintenance
D. Adey, Executive Secretary
K. Hicks, Vice Principal, Skaha Lake Middle School
L. Lindsay, Vice Principal, KVR Middle School
1. CALL TO ORDER
Chairman Denesiuk welcomed students, parents, district staff and the media representative.
Ms. Denesiuk advised the new agenda format which focuses on Vision, Structure,
Accountability and Advocacy will be used for a three-month trial period and requested that
the media provide comment on the agenda following the trial period.
1.1
Adoption of Agenda
MOTION: Little/Shunter that the agenda and addendum be adopted.
CARRIED
1.2
Approval of Minutes
MOTION: Lindstrom/Courtney that the minutes of the regular meeting held on
September 9, 2002 be approved.
CARRIED
1.3
Report from Closed Meeting
The secretary-treasurer reported on the closed regular meeting held on September 9,
2002:
1. received correspondence regarding students and personnel matters;
2. confirmed teaching, administrative officer, CUPE and excluded staff changes;
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approved a request regarding a student;
approved a teacher leave request;
received information regarding student suspensions;
received reports from the finance and management committee and buildings,
grounds, safety, and transportation committee.
2. BUSINESS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MINUTES
3. PRESENTATIONS
3.1
BC Justice Institute Award Winners
Shannon Lisitza and Andrea Lecomte, students at Princess Margaret Secondary
School, recently received the Youth Leadership Award for the Interior Region and
were recognized for their work in developing an anti-bullying, anti-violence campaign
that aimed to involve the entire public. The awards were given out by Solicitor
General Rich Coleman as part of the 2002 Community Safety and Crime Prevention
Awards.
Andrea and Shannon, accompanied by Principal Bruce Johnson,
highlighted their involvement in the anti-bullying and leadership programs at the
school.
Following a number of questions, trustees congratulated the students and extended
appreciation for the presentation.
4. CORRESPONDENCE
4.1
Letter from School District No. 43 (Coquitlam)
A letter from School District No. 43 (Coquitlam) advising that their board has passed
a motion expressing non-confidence in the provincial government due to net
underfunding.
4.2
Copy of Letter to Minister of Education
A copy of a letter forwarded by School District No. 79 (Cowichan Valley) to the
Minister of Education objecting to the cancellation of the final 30% installment of the
2001-02 technology grant.
4.3
Copy of Letter to Minister of Education
A copy of a letter forwarded by School District No. 39 (Vancouver) to the Minister of
Education regarding the cancellation of the final 30% installment of the 2001-02
technology grant.
4.4
Copy of Letter to Minister of Education
A copy of a letter forwarded by School District No. 35 (Langley) to the Minister of
Education requesting that the government fulfill its October 2001 commitment and
pay the final 30% of the 2001-02 technology grant.
4.5
Copy of Letter to Minster of Education
A copy of a letter forwarded by School District No. 85 (Vancouver Island North) to the
Minister of Education regarding the closing of Coal Harbour Elementary School.
4.6
Copy of Letter to Minister of Education
A copy of a letter forwarded by British Columbia School Trustees Association to the
Minister of Education regarding the implementation of school choice legislation.
4.7
Copy of Letter to Solicitor General
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A copy of a letter forwarded by School District No. 42 (Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows) to
the Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General asking that when conducting the
review of gaming within B.C., that care be taken not to restrict or jeopardize the ability
of parent advisory councils to access gaming funding.
With reference to the first letter, Chairman Denesiuk and trustees commented on the
many ways the Board had expressed to the Ministry of Education their displeasure
with under funding, including letters to the Minister of Education and Minister of
Finance, a submission to the Select Standing Committee on Education, meetings
with the MLA, meeting directly with the Minister of Education, and lobbying through
British Columbia School Trustees Association.
MOTION:
Shunter/Lewis that the correspondence be received and referred to the
appropriate committees.
CARRIED
5. DISTRICT REPORTS
5.1
VISION
5.1.1
Education Committee Report
a. Partners’ Group Meeting
Trustee Little reported that at the education committee meeting held on
September 10, 2002, an outline of the upcoming Partners’ Group meeting
scheduled for September 18 was presented. Trustee Little added that
positive feedback has been received regarding the inclusion of students at
the meeting. A second meeting has been scheduled for February 19, 2003.
5.1.2
Rating the District: Baseline Measure
The superintendent of schools and assistant superintendent reviewed a
document entitled “How Does Your District Rate?” which was used at the
Partners’ Group meeting. The results of this survey will be used as a baseline in
measuring the success of the district.
5.1.3
District Workgroups
Superintendent Doi reported the partners’ group meeting confirmed the three
goals for three years would center on literacy, numeracy and social responsibility.
Three workgroups have been set for the three goals to be chaired by Director of
Instruction Walbergs, Director of Instruction Schafer, and Assistant
Superintendent Stigant respectively.
Trustee Little reported the social
responsibility workgroup met earlier today and the remaining two will meet on
October 8 and 9. It was noted each of the workgroups would include student
representation.
5.1.4
Education Committee Report
a. Grad Review
Trustee Little reported that at the education committee meeting held on
October 1, 2002, the committee received information related to changes to
the graduation requirements of the graduation program.
Assistant
Superintendent Stigant reviewed the proposed changes and added the
Ministry of Education has announced a consultative process for districts and
the public to respond to the proposed changes. Feedback from principals
will be provided to trustees in late November.
5.1.5
Committee of the Whole
Chairman Denesiuk reported on the committee of the whole meeting held on
September 16, 2002:
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a. Communication and Access
A draft document entitled “School Progress Report” was reviewed as to how
this document provides a common structural format for schools and the
district to work toward improved student achievement. Additionally, the
committee discussed and supported the concept of promoting an alumni
program at schools.
b. Board Agenda Format
The committee reviewed a proposed new format for restructuring of the
board meeting agendas under the headings “Vision, Structure,
Accountability, and Advocacy”. The committee agreed to a trial period of
three months and to review the impact at the end of the trail. The committee
suggested the press be asked to comment on the change at the end of the
trial.
5.2
STRUCTURE
5.2.1
Finance and Management
a. Committee Report
Trustee Shunter reported on the finance and management committee
meeting held on October 2, 2002:
i.
Technology Grant
A number of school districts in the province have raised a concern
regarding the cancellation of funding for a provincial technology grant.
The funds were the second installment of the 2001-02 funding and
equaled $19,380 for this school district. The Ministry has advised these
funds are now included in the $5,308 basic funding per student.
ii.
Core Review Process
The secretary-treasurer discussed the process planned to support a
review of the district’s operations to assist with the budget development.
The process will involve identifying and costing the programs and service
levels currently budgeted in the budget. This information should be
summarized by December and will allow for a new approach to assist
with reviewing the prioritizing budget options.
iii. Board Working Session
The committee agreed to a board working session on October 22 at
noon to review current issues in education such as goal review, student
achievement, budget options, and what is working well.
b. Princess Margaret Secondary School
The director of maintenance reported on construction at the school and
advised the date of substantial completion is expected by the middle of
October with moving in at the end of October.
c. Princess Margaret Secondary Planning Committee
The secretary-treasurer reported the Princess Margaret Secondary Planning
Committee met on October 2, 2002 to update the committee on the
remaining issues around accepting possession of the school. The committee
confirmed support that it would be better to delay possession of the school if
it is not completed by the originally scheduled date.
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Buildings, Grounds, Safety and Transportation
a. Committee Report
Trustee Jamieson reported on the buildings, grounds, safety and
transportation committee meetings held on October 2, 2002:
i.
Commercial Building Incentive Program Rebate
The committee was advised that a grant request related to the energy
efficiency equipment at Princess Margaret Secondary had been
approved. A grant of $37,616 from the federal government is based on
the energy efficiency designed into the heating and ventilation systems
at the school. Although the district has committed these funds towards
the upgraded heating and ventilation equipment, the school district will
enjoy ongoing energy cost savings.
ii.
Energy Review
The committee was advised of a study which is underway to review
areas in the district where energy consumption costs might be reduced.
This review will form part of the budget core review process for this year.
iii. KVR Meals Program
For the 2002-03 school year, the school district is receiving direct funding
from the Ministry of Children and Family Development for student
programs. In reviewing program options, consideration has been given
to adding a meal program at KVR Middle School. Mr. Stigant reviewed
the program implications to start the service by December. The model
considered is based on the Queen’s Park meal program and may start
with 75 students.
iv. Busing
The assistant secretary-treasurer advised that busing start-up for the
school year was quite smooth. The committee was reminded of a
change in the Apex Mountain route for this September and advised of a
new request for busing from the Pineview area. No service increase was
recommended for this request due to the distance to school.
v.
5.2.3
McNicoll Park Middle School Planning
The committee was advised a planning review will be started for McNicoll
Park Middle School. It is anticipated the existing use of some teaching
areas will change when the middle school opens next September. The
secretary-treasurer proposed a committee of a trustee, superintendent or
designate, director of maintenance, principal, teacher, parent, student,
and secretary-treasurer be formed to review options available and
develop a plan for this change. Issues of education program options and
equipment requirements will be considered in this review.
Policy
a. Committee Report
Trustee Lindstrom reported regarding the policy committee meeting held on
September 16, 2002:
i.
Procedural By-Law #1 – Meeting Procedures
In recognition that the committee of the whole was recommending a
restructure of the board meeting agenda for a trial period, the policy
committee agreed a motion be presented at the beginning of each
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agenda to vary that agenda. Should the agenda be changed on a
permanent basis, the meeting structure as detailed in Procedural By-Law
#1 will be modified.
ii.
Policy No. 340 – Graduation Functions – Secondary Schools
The committee reviewed a proposed change to the regulations which
provided for more flexibility with graduation events. The committee
clarified the effect of the revisions on the three graduating schools.
Following discussion,
MOTION:
Lindstrom/Little that the proposed revisions to Policy No. 340
– Graduation Functions be approved in principle for
distribution to stakeholders.
CARRIED
iii. Policy No. 600 – Fiscal Control
The committee reviewed a proposed change to the purchasing
procedure distributed in the policy, which is in recognition of recently
implemented Canadian trade rules. Following discussion,
MOTION:
5.2.4
Lindstrom/Lewis that the recommended change to the
procedures of Policy No. 600 – Fiscal Control be approved.
CARRIED
Curriculum, Instruction and Programs
a. Education Committee Report
Trustee Little reported on the education committee meeting held on
September 10, 2002:
i.
Advanced Placement Program
Peter Corcoran, Principal of Penticton Secondary School, made a
presentation on the Advanced Placement (AP) Program, a program that
provides an opportunity for students to take college-level courses in a
high school setting. Penticton Secondary is offering two AP courses in
the 2002-2003 school year: Literature and Composition and World
History.
Penticton Secondary staff is discussing possible future
additional AP courses for the school.
ii.
Career Prep Programs
Assistant Superintendent Dave Stigant reported on the provincial
changes to the Career Prep Programs and Career Programs Teacher at
Penticton Secondary David Kalaski provided an explanation of Career
Prep.
Following the funding and career prep guideline changes implemented
by the Ministry of Education in the spring of 2002, individual school
districts have the flexibility and obligation to design the career
preparation program to be offered within their respective districts.
Career prep programs and requirements for entry into the career prep
program are being reviewed and developed for the school district. The
recommended structure of the careers program is outlined as follows:
a. Number of Courses: it is recommended that career prep programs
be amended to be made up of five courses.
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b. Career Prep Programs: it is recommended that career prep
programs in the district be designated as one of the following seven
programs (National Occupational Codes):
Natural and Applied Sciences
Trades and Technologies
Health Sciences
Business and Finance
Arts and Culture
Tourism
Human Services
c.
Types of Courses: it is recommended that the courses comprising a
career prep program for a student include (1) a minimum of one
credit (25 hours) of CP Work Experience 12A, and (2) an additional
four courses within a career path (or occupational code), a minimum
of two of which are numbered 12. The four courses would be
chosen by the student and approved by the principal (or designated
careers teacher) as consistent with advanced preparation for a
career or training in one of the seven career prep programs.
d. Grades for Career Prep programs: it is recommended that career
prep be offered in grades 11 and 12.
e. Funding: it is recommended that for the transitional year 2002-03
career prep be funded on the same ratio (Penticton/Summerland) as
in 2001-02, and that Princess Margaret Secondary receive a pro rata
fraction of the Penticton zone amount.
f.
Staffing: it is recommended that a careers counsellor/work
experience teacher continue to be assigned, one each in the
Summerland and Penticton zones of the district to a level of staffing
to be determined annually by the budget process.
g. Career Education: it is recommended that career education in the
intermediate and graduation years including access to the career
orientation program be reviewed relative to the revised graduation
requirements and budgetary considerations.
h. Work Experience: it is recommended that Policy No. 322 be
reviewed relative to the revised graduation requirements and district
priority of providing work experience to (1) all pupils, (2) as an
elective to students in grades 10 to 12, (3) as life skills experience for
special needs and rehabilitation students, and (4) career prep and
secondary school apprenticeship students.
MOTION:
Little/Shunter that the revised careers program be approved.
CARRIED
b. Field Trips
The superintendent of schools reviewed a listing of field trips requests.
MOTION:
Lewis/Jamieson that the following field trip request be approved:
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June 19 to 20, 2003, for 51 grade 5 students from Parkway
Elementary School to travel to Vancouver to participate in an
overnight campout at Science World.
CARRIED
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principle:
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March break of 2005 for 15 grades 9 and 10 students from
Princess Margaret Secondary and Skaha Lake Middle
schools to travel on a two-week tour of Australia’s east coast
with four basketball games included.
CARRIED
Lewis/Little that the following field trip be approved in principle:
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March 14 to 18, 2003, for 16 to 18 grade 10, 11 or 12
students from Penticton Secondary School to participate in a
field hockey tour to Fiji where the team will play three games
and participate in cultural activities.
CARRIED
The assistant superintendent provided information regarding the sister city
and sister school relationships with high schools in Ikeda and Toyokro, Japan
and the request for an exchange visit with Ikeda in January 2003 or 2004
with a delegation from Penticton Secondary School to Ikeda in September
2003. Students participating in this home-stay exchange would be partially
subsidized through the international program.
MOTION:
Little/Jamieson that approval in principle be granted for the
student exchange visit to Ikeda, Japan in September 2003.
CARRIED
c. Summerland Geography Trip
Ryan Rosenke, a student at Summerland Secondary School and Teacher
Tom Brickenden provided an overview of their recent geography field trip to
Mount St. Helens and Washington State. Following a number of questions,
appreciation was extended for the presentation.
d. Survey Request
The superintendent advised a request had been received for permission for
Cindy Russill, a teacher at Summerland Middle School, to carry out a study
within the school as part of the requirements for a Master’s of Education
Degree in Educational Leadership at the University of Victoria.
MOTION:
Lewis/Shunter that approval for the survey be granted.
CARRIED
5.2.5
Administration
a. Enrolment
The assistant superintendent reviewed an enrolment report as of September
30, 2002, which indicated enrolment is 146 students higher than projected for
the September opening and shows a decrease of 26 students from last year.
The current enrolment is 7,796 students or 7,445.44 FTE. Mr. Stigant added
the FTE numbers are being verified and that staffing has been put in place
based on these numbers.
MOTION:
Lindstrom/Jamieson that the enrolment report as of September
30, 2002 be received.
CARRIED
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b. Trustee Elections
The secretary-treasurer reported a number of nominations have been
received for the trustee elections to be held November 16, 2002 with
nominations to close on October 11. To date, five people have been
nominated for the Penticton area, two for the Summerland area, and one
person for the rural area.
c. District Website
The superintendent advised an ad hoc committee has been formed to review
the needs and expectations related to the district website. The committee is
comprised of a student, parent and district staff and will be held on October
10.
5.3
ACCOUNTABILITY
5.3.1
Finance and Management Committee
a. 2001-02 Financial Statements
Trustee Shunter reported that at the finance and management committee
meeting held on October 2, 2002, the district’s auditor and district staff
reviewed the audit process and results for the 2001-02 financial year. The
review included an examination of expenditures, revenues, trust fund
balances, capital accounts, and changes to the reporting requirements. Mr.
Jonathan McGraw from BDO Dunwoody advised the committee the audit
process provided support for the district’s financial statements and no
changes to the financial systems were recommended.
The assistant secretary-treasurer advised the district ended the year with a
surplus of $20,835 although the financial statements show a larger amount of
$726,749. This figure includes appropriated amounts for school funds and
the one time discretionary grant received from the Ministry of Education in
May 2002 which has been committed to the 2002-03 budget. Trustees
extended appreciation to Mr. Shongrunden and business office staff for their
time and effort in preparing the financial statements for the audit.
5.3.2
Education Committee
Trustee Little reported regarding items covered at the education committee
meeting held on September 10, 2002:
a. Accreditation Report
Director of Instruction John Walbergs reported on the accreditation process
and resulting report for Carmi and Queen's Park Elementary Schools. An
executive summary of the accreditation report for each school was
distributed and discussed. Internal team members from each school
(Graham Watt, Linda Brussee and Cari Main from Carmi and Dennis Stolen
and Lenora Klappe from Queen's Park) commented on the accreditation
process in their respective schools and the positive outcomes. It was noted
that Carmi Elementary and Queen's Park Elementary met provincial
accreditation requirements.
b. Grading System at Princess Margaret Secondary
Trustee Keith Lindstrom initiated discussion on the methods by which
secondary schools determine honor role status for their students.
Superintendent Gary Doi advised the committee that this topic will be part of
his discussions with the secondary principals and vice-principals.
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Education Committee
Trustee Little reported regarding items covered at the education committee
meeting held on October 1, 2002:
a. Accountability Contract
Superintendent Gary Doi provided information regarding the district
accountability contracts which are to be submitted to the Ministry of
Education by October 31, 2002. Mr. Doi outlined how the district's
improvement plan will provide the framework for the gathering of the
information that will form the district’s accountability contract.
b. District Scholarship Program
Assistant Superintendent Dave Stigant reviewed the district's scholarship
program and presented an overview of the practice for allocating district
scholarships in school districts 22, 23 and 85. Mr. Stigant explained that with
Princess Margaret enrolling grade 12 students in the 2003-2004 school year,
there will be an increase in graduating students in the district.
MOTION:
c.
Little/Shunter that the scholarship program undergoes further
review and information be presented at the education committee
on October 29, 2002.
CARRIED
Exam Schedules
Assistant Superintendent Dave Stigant provided an overview of the
"examination days" information from the School Calendar Regulation
(effective June 28, 2002). Summerland Secondary, Princess Margaret
Secondary and Penticton Secondary have requested the following
examination schedule for the 2002-03 school year:
Exam Period
Princess
Margaret
Summerland
Secondary
Penticton
Secondary
Government
Exams
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Jan 28-30
Jan 29-31
Jan 24-30
June, 2003
June 18-26
June 20-26
June 18-26
June 23-26
Total days
7
10
10
January, 2003
A request was received from middle schools to continue with the past
practice of identifying three "I" Days to facilitate examination and student task
completion. The middle schools are requesting that June 23-25, 2003, be
approved as "I" Days.
MOTION:
Little/Lewis that that the Board approves:
a) the examination schedule pursuant to the School Calendar
Regulation Section 2, and
b) the request for middle school "I" Days (June 23-25, 2003).
CARRIED
d. Early Development Instrument Update
Director of Instruction Schafer reported on the early development instrument
survey on school readiness and advised a community group "Communities
for Kids" has been formed and will be holding a workshop on Wednesday,
October 9, 2002 (9:00 AM – 3:00 PM) at the Penticton Health Centre.
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Foundation Skills Assessment Results
a. The assistant superintendent and directors of instruction provided a summary
of provincial and school district results of the Foundation Skills Assessment
(FSA) 2002. The purpose of the FSA is to help the Ministry of Education,
school districts, and schools make plans for improvement. A chart was
provided which showed the comparison of School District No. 67 to the
provincial rates.
ADVOCACY
5.4.1
Education Committee Report
Trustee Little reported on items covered at the September 10, 2002 education
committee meeting:
a. 2002 Youth Smoking Survey
Assistant Superintendent Dave Stigant presented a request by the federal
government to participate in a 2002 Youth Smoking Survey. Following
discussion,
MOTION:
Little/Lewis that the Board not approve participation in the 2002
Youth Smoking Survey.
CARRIED
b. Schedule for Education Committee Meetings
A schedule for education committee meetings for the 2002-2003 school year
was presented as follows:
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5.4.2
Tuesday, October 1, 2002
Tuesday, October 29, 2002
Tuesday, December 3, 2002
Tuesday, January 7, 2003
Tuesday, February 4, 2003
Tuesday, March 4, 2003
Tuesday, April 8, 2003
Tuesday, May 6, 2003
Tuesday, June 3, 2003
Education Committee Report
Trustee Little reported on items covered at the October 1, 2002 education
committee meeting:
a. Education Committee School Visit Schedule
Superintendent Gary Doi presented a schedule for education committee
school visits for the 2002-2003 school year as follows:
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5.4.3
Princess Margaret Secondary
Penticton Secondary
Summerland Secondary
McNicoll Park Junior Secondary
November 26, 2002
January 14, 2003
February 25, 2003
May 13, 2003
Provincial Symposium on Planning Councils
Chairman Denesiuk provided information regarding the Provincial Symposium on
Planning Councils held on September 23, 2002 in Vancouver, which was
attended by the following representatives from this district: Janet Zagrodney,
Don Henry, Miles Smitten, Gary Doi and Connie Denesiuk. This team will now
formulate a training session for school planning councils for the 19 schools in this
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district, expected to be held in late January. Mr. Doi added a policy related to
school planning councils needs to be developed as well.
5.4.4
BCSTA Okanagan Branch Conference
Trustees Lindstrom, Jamieson, and Denesiuk reported regarding their
attendance at the BCSTA Okanagan Branch Conference held September 27-28,
2002, in Vernon, which included presentations by the Deputy Minister of
Education and Field Liaison Superintendent Rick Davis, and a review of
legislative changes by Judith Clark.
5.4.5
BCSTA Provincial Council Meeting
It was noted Trustee Little will attend the BCSTA provincial council meeting to be
held October 18-19, 2002, in Vancouver.
5.4.6
Student Successes
School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha) extended congratulations to students
and groups for their outstanding examples of success listed on the recognition
sheet included with the agenda package.
5.4.7
Recognition of Student Artwork
Congratulations was extended to the following students from Summerland Middle
School for their artwork currently on display at the school board office:
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5.4.7
Robyn Lohrer
Andrew Vaudry
Michelle Fletcher
Alexis Reaume
Rachelle Knight
Bromdon Bede
Kristen Wright
Pascale Clermont
Sam Numsen
Grade 6
Grade 6
Grade 7
Grade 7
Grade 7
Grade 7
Grade 7
Grade 8
Grade 8
Trustee Comments
Trustees provided general comments related to district activities and agreed to
present at the next meeting an appreciation plaque to the artist who created the
shark sculpture at Skaha Lake Middle School.
6. RECEIPT OF COMMITTEE REPORTS
MOTION:
Lewis/Jamieson that the committee reports be received.
CARRIED
7. ADJOURNMENT
MOTION:
Lewis/Lindstrom that the meeting be adjourned at 10:00 p.m.
CARRIED
CALENDAR OF EVENTS:
Next School Board Meeting – November 4, 2002
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Chairperson
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Secretary-Treasurer
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