Campbell River School District 72

Campbell River School District one of two on the Island to offer summer school

Nearly 500 students took part in summer school offerings this year despite pandemic


Island educators want to decompress the classroom by exploring outdoor learning opportunities

Campbell River trustees interested in investing funds for outdoor classrooms and programs


Campbell River students to have three options for learning this year

Options include in-class learning, distributed learning and homeschooling

Campbell River Board of Education approves their own pay raises

Remuneration is based on a formula developed by a community-based committee 15 years ago

Vancouver Island teachers find useful strategies in virtual classrooms

Educators finding out what is working and what is not

Music education remains important, especially during pandemic

‘Music really does lift people up in times of trial,’ says Island music teacher

Campbell River School District food program continues to support more than 190 students

Packages are assembled by district staff and delivered by school bus drivers

Campbell River School District cancels all events, but schools remain open

Decision made following announcement of COVID-19 case on Vancouver Island

Campbell River Board of Education meeting shut down by gender education protest

Board halts meeting due to interruptions from anti-SOGI group

Vancouver Island junior hockey playoff series postponed over COVID-19 concerns

Game 1 between Campbell River Storm and Oceanside Generals pushed to Saturday; no Game 2 date announced

Campbell River schools cancel two school trips to Italy amid COVID-19 outbreak

Students from Carihi and Timberline were scheduled to travel on two separate trips this month

Two-week spring break returns to Campbell River public schools

School District 72 has drafted calendars for the next three years

School district raises alarm on fraudulent fundraiser in Campbell River

Someone has been using a Carihi trip to Guatemala to solicit money in the community, the school district says