Welcome to the Kamloops/Thompson School District No. 73 support site for MyEducation BC. The resources here will help you navigate the Student Information System (SIS) in our district.

The initial planning and implementation of MyEducation BC in School District No. 73 began in February 2014.  In September 2018, our District is entering our fourth full school year of utilizing this SIS.  We continue to look forward to rolling out additional features of MyEducationBC through the 2018-19 year.

2018-19 District Student Information Management Team:

  • Surinder Brar, District Principal - Information Management
  • Carla Granberg, Application Manager/Data Analyst
  • Brad Epp, District Resource Teacher - SIS
  • Siobhan Lane, District Resource Teacher - SIS

    Site news

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    2018 Summer Outage MyEdBC (Aug 11 - Aug 20)
    by MyEd73 Support Team - Thursday, 9 August 2018, 5:34 PM

    The Summer Outage for MyEducationBC begins at 12 midnight Aug 10

    MyEducationBC is back on line at 7 am Aug 20.

    During the week Monday August 20 to  Friday August 24, access to MyEducationBC will be limited while the District L1 staff configure and prepare the software for the new school year.   

    Your user account may be temporarily disabled during this period.  A message that says "Your account is expired" will pop if you try to log in.

    Your patience and understanding during the start-up is appreciated.

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    Extended outage - MyEducation BC
    by MyEd73 Support Team - Friday, 1 June 2018, 2:44 PM

    To: All Users

    Date: June 3, 2018

    Fujitsu has advised us: that MyEducation BC will be unavailable from 3:00 AM to 11:00 AM for maintenance.  During this period the outage page will not be available.


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    Grad 2018 Report Updates
    by MyEd73 Support Team - Thursday, 24 May 2018, 2:50 PM

    To: School Counselors & School Principals

    To support the new “Graduation 2018” program and 10-12 curriculum, three reports in MyEducation BC will be updated to correctly calculate and report graduation progress and to include the new numeracy and literacy assessment requirements:

    •  Diploma Verification Report (DVR)—intended to assist school counsellors in advising students on their graduation progress
    •  School Transcript Report—an unofficial transcript schools may share with students, which mimics the style and content of the official Ministry of Education transcript
    • Permanent Student Record (PSR)—a report of the student’s record of schooling from K-12
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