Merritt’s graduating class of 2022 will have the normal fanfare and celebration of years past, with School District 58 (SD58) and the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology (NVIT) planning graduation ceremonies that mark a return to a “new normal.”
by Izaiah Reyes | May 4, 2022
As many charitable organizations have stepped up to help the community through donating goods and volunteering labour to help clean out flood-damaged homes, one Vancouver group by the name of Monic Charity Foundation has decided to host a book drive to help restore the CES library.
by Izaiah Reyes | Apr 20, 2022
The Province of BC is launching a review of block funding provided to NVIT and other public post-secondary institutions.
by Izaiah Reyes | Apr 19, 2022
Merritt Secondary School is back together under one roof. Since April 4, students, teachers, and faculty members have all reported back to the MSS campus at it was finally restored after the big flooding event back in November.
by Izaiah Reyes | Apr 12, 2022
Merritt Secondary School (MSS) senior Diya Chhabra is organizing a fundraiser to assemble educational packages for students.
by Izaiah Reyes | Mar 22, 2022
In the March 9 meeting of School District 58, MSS Principal, Leroy Slanzi proposed a partnership with NVIT to help fast track students in their trades program.
by Izaiah Reyes | Mar 18, 2022
In School District 58’s March 9 board meeting, Assistant Superintendent, Jameel Aziz said that students from Merritt Secondary and Diamond Vale Elementary will return to their schools after spring break.
by Merritt Herald | Mar 3, 2022
The Youth Futures Education Fund has raised $600,000 for BC students attending a post-secondary institution and were previously in government care
by Morgan Hampton | May 21, 2021
The BC Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) is calling upon the Provincial Health Officer and Minister of Health to plan in-school vaccination clinics.
by Merritt Herald | Nov 30, 2020
BC Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) President, Teri Mooring is asking parents to speak to their children and create a “respectful culture of mask wearing” in response to masks not being made mandatory at all times in schools in Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry’s latest restrictions and guidelines.
by Merritt Herald | Nov 20, 2017
School District 58 is working towards a local education agreement (LEA) with the Nooaitch and...