Students, parents and staff gathered to watch the exciting final round of "battles" for Grades 3-7 students at the Henry Grube Education Centre. Congratulations to all of the participants who...
The Village of Chase celebrated Volunteer Week with a tree planting ceremony at Haldane Elementary.
So you would have to be living in isolation for the last 20 years if you never heard of Google, Bing, or YaHoo. These big-three search engines have been the on-ramp to the information...
Grade 3 students from Dallas Elementary skate at Women's World Hockey Championships.
The Regional Science Fair was held at TRU on April 7th. Students from the interior of BC competing for the top prize of a semesters tuition to Thompson Rivers University. Over 200 students...
Students and staff planted a school garden and use the produce in their Foods classes to create healthy lunches for students.
On February 19th the Sa-Hali family of schools met to share a professional development opportunity on First Nations learning. Staffs met at Sa-Hali Secondary for a day of sharing and building...
On February 11 many people gathered to visit and view Street School's new location in the Northills Centre and to celebrate its 10th Anniversary.
Helping Children Find a Healthy Balance
Karl deBruijn, John Churchley, and many other honoured guests from the community and school district came out to celebrate ABC Family Literacy Day to kick off our week of Unplug and Play
Parents and community members are invited to participate in a facilitated focus group, which will provide important feedback that will help guide the future of our schools.
Kindergarten is the start of an exciting adventure for your child and we are happy to welcome you to the Kamloops/Thompson School District.
Changes have been made to the traditional Graduation schedule for the 2016 Class.
Requests for student transfers that will commence in September will be accepted starting on March 1, 2016, and ending at 12:00 noon on September 1, 2016.
The LearnNowBC portal offers resources that have been professionally developed and are offered free to all students in BC