Week of January 8, 2018

Happy 2018 to all our Central Campus parents/guardians;


We hope everyone had a great Winter Break with family and friends.  Though we started back to school right after New Year’s Day and that a lot of our students woke up in the afternoons during the Break, it was a nice four-day week getting back into routine.  


This week brings:

PAC meeting tonight @ Central Campus in the Welcome Room; starting at 7:00pm.

Week of December 11, 2017

Hi Central Campus parents and guardians,


Welcome to the last week of school before the Winter Break.  It’s also one of our busiest weeks as the countdown continues.  Trimester 1 Report Cards go home on Thursday.  Students will be taking them home.  Also, this week we are busy with our Food Hamper Drive as we collect and fundraise food/gift items for deserving families. Our goal is to collect and fundraise for 6 hampers.  If you are interested in donating, please drop by our Office.  Thanks for your generosity.


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Week of December 4, 2017

Hi again Central Campus parents and guardians,


First, we thank-you for coming out last week for Parent-Teacher Interviews.  We had a great turnout both days.  We appreciated your patience as you waited to see teachers and for also participating in our Values activity.  It’s great to see our parents in the school and involved in giving their input.  We will soon see you again.


The countdown to Winter Break is upon us!  We have only two weeks, and they will both be FULL.  

Week of November 27. 2017

Hello to Central Campus parents/guardians,


We look forward to seeing you this week for Parent-Teacher Interviews, which will be a drop-in format.

            Wednesday, 29th is 2:15 – 4:15pm

            Thursday, 30th is 6:00 – 8:00pm 


The front entrance doors across from the Library will be open.  If you are unable to make it to P-T Interviews or would prefer to meet with teacher(s) at another time/date, please make arrangements via email, FreshGrade or by phone.  


Week of November 20, 2017

Hello Central Campus parents & guardians:


Hope all is well after another snowy weekend. Quick check-in about activities and events coming up this and next week:


On Thursday – Our students (with their Pod group) will be participating in WorkBC’s Find Your Fit Day (50 minute sessions) in the CRC.


Our Parent-Teacher Interviews take place next Wed, Nov 29th afternoon and Thurs, Nov 30th evening.

The format for our interviews will be by drop-in.

Week of November 6, 2017

Hello and welcome to November! Hard to believe we are already into week 9 of this school year.


This week has the school focused on our REMEMBERANCE WEEK. Across Canada Remembrance Week is a week dedicated to remembering the sacrifice of the soldiers who fought for the many freedoms Canadians enjoy each day.  Central Campus is actively participating in Remembrance Week with several activities and events occurring throughout the school. 


Week of October 30, 2017

Hello again Central parents & guardians.


We have lots planned for this week including Halloween Day on Tuesday. 


Monday – Hockey Canada’s mascot, Puckster, will be here during our Lunch Break to promote the World Under 17 Hockey Challenge that’s happening in Dawson Creek as we host teams from all over the world including Russia, Finland, Sweden, USA, Czech Republic and of course CANADA!


Week of October 15, 2017

Hi Central Campus parents & guardians,


Hope you have had the chance to check out our latest Coyote Chronicles’ newsletter posted last week. 

We always appreciate when parents are in the know about life at Central Campus.  This week is only four school days as Friday is a NID with day off for students.


What’s happening this week?

Week of October 8, 2017

Hi everyone,


Welcome back from the long weekend of turkey and family/friends. This is our first short week and few things are happening:


Intruder Alert Drill #1 is scheduled for 10:00am on Wednesday, 11th.  We will review our Protocol/Procedures with students the same morning. As the saying goes, practice makes better. In the event of a real situation, we need to know what to do and in a timely fashion.  The drill will last about 15 minutes.