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March 24, 2022

Protocol changes and post-Spring Break measures

Before we left for Spring Break, the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) announced changes to the health orders and recommendations we continue to follow in our schools and community. As we prepare for the return next week, this is the perfect more

March 16, 2022

StrongStart: expanding how we support our youngest learners

From birth to age 5, a child’s brain develops more rapidly than at any other age of their lives. And in a typical year, that learning has included socialization with other kids and adults – from pre-school or day care options, to more

March 8, 2022

Building their business sense: young women as entrepreneurs

Grade 8 student Jianna DeJesus said she felt scared at first, but learning how to use the drills and saws got much more comfortable as she and her group moved through the process of creating wooden necklaces to sell at the Fraser River Middle more

March 4, 2022

Skwo:wech Elementary to open after Spring Break!

Dear students, parents and caregivers,

With slightly qualified excitement, we’re reaching out to share good news!

We are currently on track to receive our occupancy permits for the new Skwo:wech Elementary, in time for us to do more

March 2, 2022

Turn down the heat!

Did you know that most of our buildings are heated using natural gas? And that, by turning down the heat by only a few degrees, we can reduce the gas we use and reduce our carbon dioxide emissions? That’s one small action we can take to more

March 1, 2022

Parent tips: talking about war and conflict

As adults we are watching the news about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine unfold with so many mixed emotions, but so too are some of the kids around us. Whether they’re young and hearing clips of the media we’re engaged with, or if more

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