Final Report Cards

Report cards will be available today on Family & Student Portal. Due to technical difficulties they were not ready for 11:30 am as planned. Once you have receive an email stating they have been published, you will be able to access them online. Those who require a printed copy, please contact the office during the times provided below. Have a wonderful summer.

Last Day/Summer Hours

Thursday, June 23rd is the last day of school for students. School will be dismissed and buses will be running at 11:30am. Report cards will posted electronically on the Family Portal at 11:30am and will be accessible under the Parents tab of the ALF website. The office will be open from 8:00am-4:00pm for the remainder of the week and switch to 9:00am-2:00pm from June 27th – July 6th (Closed July 1st for Canada Day).

Have a great summer!

Broadening youth perspectives

Have you booked your ticket?

Shuswap Youth Launch will take place on April 28th, 2022 at the Salmar Classic and on Zoom.

This year’s speaker line up includes:
Sarah Wells, Olympian and Amazing Race Canada contestant; Joey Roo, Indigenous makeup artist and model; Avalon Wasteneys, Tokyo 2020 Olympic gold medalist, and Scott Amis, business mentor and entrepreneur. 

Topics at this year’s event will include the importance of trust within yourself and others, finding healthy role models and influences, believing in yourself, finding your passions, how to ask for help and come out of hard times, and what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur. 

Both online and in-person participants will have the opportunity to participate in activities and win prizes that will either be given to them or sent to their school. 

A pizza lunch is also being provided for all of the attendees at the Salmar. 

This presentation is being organized by youth for youth. Organizing committee spokesperson Mikayla Wilkinson reports the committee has sent out packages to all middle and secondary schools across the district. Schools have the option of attending in-person or virtually. “However, we highly encourage in-person attendance because we feel students will have better learning opportunities and engagement. Students will also be provided with lunch if attending in-person.”

Mikayla notes as far as planning for the event goes the biggest thing from the committee’s standpoint is hearing from the schools about how many tickets they want, and an indication of how many students/teachers will be attending in person. Tickets not secured by the schools will be released to the general public as they would like a full house at the theatre!

The committee has sent invitations to other school districts, who will be attending by Zoom.

Welcome back to school!

Welcome back from Spring Break on Monday, April 4! Hope everyone had a wonderful holiday.

Just a reminder that when we all come back to school that the mask mandate has ended. SD83 is a “mask friendly” school district. You can wear a mask if you choose.

Please continue with the daily health checks and stay home if you are ill. Also, regular hand washing and sanitizing should continue. For those who choose to wear a mask, medical grade masks continue to be available for students and staff.

If you really enjoyed your time off don’t fear, there are two more school holidays on the horizon. Good Friday is on April 15 and Easter Monday is April 18.

Important federal information for those who travelled internationally over Spring Break

If you and your family travelled outside Canada over Spring Break there are important federal requirements to be aware of. This includes that for 14 days following entry into Canada, travellers must:

Some federal rules after entering Canada are different from the provincial or territorial rules. In this case, you must follow the stricter rules.

For more information: Federal requirements for out of country travellers