Weekly Update - 14Jan23

January 14th 2023

A heartfelt thank you to our community for the love and support shown this past week to all connected with the tragic passing of Constable Wade Tittemore.  Specific supports that will help the family include the gofundme that has been set up by the Nelson Police Association at and the meal supports that has been set up through local restaurants with details in the attachment emailed with the weekly update link.  Much appreciation to South Nelson staff and our SD8 crisis response team for helping hold such a caring, calm, and welcoming environment.

Details for the week ahead & beyond...

  • SD8 & South Nelson website calendar -
  • Listing of events from the website calendar & our staff shared calendar
    • Professional Development Day, no school for students - January 16
    • PAC lunch program starts up again - January 17
    • South Nelson PAC meeting in school library & online through Microsoft Teams
    • Student Council meetings - Mondays at lunch
    • Musician-in-Residence project - Thursdays 
    • Student learning update reports published to MyEdBC parent portal - January 31
    • Ms. Schmidt starts as SN principal - February 1
    • Gr. 4/5 WH20 days - February 10 & 24 and March 3 & 10
    • Gr. 3 x-country ski days - dates & details to come
    • Gr. 2 swimming lessons at NDCC - April 14, 21, 28 & May 5

PAC lunch program notes...

  • The school lunch program is beginning again next Tuesday, January 17th. (Monday is a Pro-D day). Just like in the fall, we need two volunteers on Wednesdays to help with pizza; one to pick up the pizza at Thor's and then help with delivery at school and another volunteer to simply help at school. The volunteer helping at the school does not need to be there till about 12:45 pm but for ease of the sign up sheet the time slot appears as 12:20 (the time of the pizza pick up.) On Fridays we need one volunteer to pick up the hot dogs and to check the condiments (including soy sauce for sushi days). 
  • Please see signup link at

Take care, everyone.

Dan Rude - Principal