What would it mean to dream big for the Cortes Island School and other small, rural schools? This week Dr. Jeremy Marrow, Superintendent of SD72 which includes Cortes Island, Quadra, and Campbell River joins us in studio to talk about rural education, what we can learn from COVID about how to make schools and students more resilient, and invites us to dream big about possibilities for our island school. Folk U Radio is live this Friday June 11th (and most every Friday) from 1 to 3 p.m. at 89.5 Fm or at cortesradio.ca.
We invite you to share your stories of the Cortes Island school over the years, tell us what you wish to see for local educational offerings, and ask your questions of Dr. Morrow by emailing in advance to ufolku.ca or by calling on Friday during showtimes to 250-935-0200.
Folk U Radio is taking old school viral every Friday at 1 and Mondays at 6:30 CKTZ89.5FM or livestreamed at cortesradio.ca. Find repeats anytime at www.folku.ca/podcasts