Superintendent's Report - March 2022

This past month we recognized Black History Month and Pink Shirt Day in Canada. As we move into March, our school communities will continue to be engaged in many discussions and activities about how to address bullying and racism, and what true kindness and compassion look like.

Students have been involved in activities connected to being an “upstander,” including those of our Student Symposium, where over 100 students met in person and online to engage in anti-racism training. The training itself was designed and delivered by students to their peers. Educators and students also participated in assemblies and musical performances to mark Pink Shirt Day and engaged in art and history projects to mark Black History Month.

Now, more than ever, we want to stand up for kindness, commit to anti-racism, and address bullying. This month’s report demonstrates the committed work of our students and staff in responding to these issues. 

I wish you all a safe and relaxing spring break!