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March 27, 2020

The first phase of our remote learning plan

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March 26, 2020

Remote learning starters: laying ground for the plan ahead

At New West Schools we’re working hard to support our students and their families through the unprecedented time of the COVID-19 outbreak. And we’re quickly building the strategies needed to deliver on the “continuity of… more

March 23, 2020

Playground closures effective immediately

Effective immediately: New Westminster Schools has temporarily closed all playgrounds and play sites (fields, hockey boxes, basketball courts) at our schools.

This is part of our collective efforts to be partners… more

March 20, 2020

Update on suspension of in-class instruction

Dear Students and Parents,

Before we head into the last week of Spring Break, I wanted to connect with you and give you a bit of an update on where we’re at and what to expect.

As you can imagine, after the announcement this week… more

March 19, 2020

COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus): Updates, facts and actions

As you’ve heard, the spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a health concern that is both evolving and being closely monitored by many organizations across the world. In fact, on March 11th, the WHO officially declared the COVID-19… more

March 5, 2020

Report cards are coming. So is a new (to some) portal.

If you’re a parent at École Glenbrook Middle School, Queensborugh Middle School or NWSS, you likely know how easy the MyEdBC Family Portal makes accessing your kids’ report cards. But if you’re at one of our other schools, this… more

March 5, 2020

Students drive the agenda at Student Symposium 2020

The topics ranged from mental health to vaping. The participants ranged from slightly nervous middle schoolers to outspoken teen mentors in their last few months of high school. And the adults – the teachers, school trustees and the… more

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