Since 2013, September 30th has been observed as Orange Shirt Day, a movement to recognize the colonial legacy of Indian Residential Schools and make commitments towards the ongoing process of reconciliation. As this is non-enrolling day, students and their families can take personal time to reflect on and learn more around Canada’s history and explore what their own personal work towards reconciliation might look like. Students, staff and parents are encouraged to wear orange to school on Wednesday September 29th.
This was posted by the SA Observer in error and has been rectified. I have emailed all parents with a letter from our Public Health nurse regarding this misunderstanding
Dear Parkview Parents;
It has come to my attention that an article in the Salmon Arm Observer has been published regarding pop-up vaccination clinics. The article states that there will be a vaccination clinic at Parkview School (and even posted a picture of our school). This is NOT the facts. The clinic is being held at the Sicamous Health Unit, in the mall next to the school. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Interior Health.