Information and resources for parents.

Transportation & Bus Info

Bus Schedules

Bus Registration/Application Forms

Weather Information

Mandatory Protocol for Bus Students

Graduation Information

Changes to Graduation Program

Below are documents outlining the changes to the Graduation Program and Assessment. Included is the letter to teachers from the Ministry of Education explaining the changes to the graduation process and the timeline. Also included is a chart detailing changes to Provincial Assessment along with a “Questions and Answers” document.

British Columbia
Graduation Requirements

Education Planner BC

Helping learners make well informed decisions about their education and career options.

Apply BC

Application portal for admission to one or more BC post-secondary institutions

Other Resources

Family Literacy Games
from Literacy Merritt & Nicola Valley

Playing games encourages literacy skills such as numeracy, creativity/storytelling, problem solving, patterning, attention/focus, social skills, organization, fine motor skills and memory. Sample some of these fun literacy games. For added challenge, use your own words on your game cards, and use them in a sentence to complete your turn.

Go to:  http://literacymerritt.com/family-literacy-games/

Interior Health Websites for Parents and Schools

Interior Health has two websites designed specifically for school staff and parents of school-aged children.

For information about the protection and promotion of the health and safety of school-aged children, go to https://www.interiorhealth.ca/YourHealth/SchoolHealth/Pages/default.aspx.

For information about current services offered by Interior Health to schools, go to https://www.interiorhealth.ca/sites/Partners/SchoolDistricts/Pages/default.aspx.

Criminal Record Check information
for Volunteering in Schools

Please click on the link below and complete the free criminal record check form using the access code: 3F696WFBWZ.  Once the form is submitted online, a clearance letter will be sent to the school board office who will notify the school where you would like to volunteer.

https://justice.gov.bc.ca/eCRC/home.htm
Access Code: 3F696WFBWZ

SD 58’s Student Support Services facilitates student development, wellness and learning by promoting an environment that allows students to acquire the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes for life long learning and fulfillment.