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Fraser Cascade school board meeting postponed due to Hope and area weather disaster

Board meeting will take place virtually in one week, including review of financials
Fraser-Cascade School District building. (Hope Standard file photo)

The Fraser Cascade School District has postponed their board meeting that was planned for Tuesday night.

The meeting will instead take place on Tuesday, Nov. 23.

Items on the agenda include a planned presentation from the Two Rivers Education Centre, the review of a new Grade 11 course on video game development, the third reading of several policy revisions, and a review of the by-election process.

The secretary treasurer will also be presenting a financial review and analysis.

Board meetings are still being held virtually, however school has been closed this week due to the extreme damage to roads and continued flood issues. Hope secondary is also being used as an evacuation centre, with several district staff and teachers pitching in as volunteers.

READ MORE: B.C. STORM: Hope remains cut off from province as community cares for evacuees, stranded motorists


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Jessica Peters

About the Author: Jessica Peters

I began my career in 1999, covering communities across the Fraser Valley ever since.
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