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November 28, 2017

A New Westminster Schools journey toward Reconciliation…

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A New Westminster Schools journey toward Reconciliation

November 2017 – Canadians are just starting to come to grips with the country’s history with Aboriginal peoples —  and at New Westminster more

November 27, 2017

A hidden child of the Holocaust: NWSS students meet a survivor

Student hosts Matt Forero and Scotia Cookson shared their insights after hearing from a child survivor during the Second Symposium on the Holocaust at NWSS.

NWSS Second Symposium on the Holocaust: The risk of looking out a more

December 2, 2016

School Spirit starts here: Qayqayt lights some fireworks!

The whole school was in on it – and the result was fireworks!

École Qayqayt Elementary School launched a school-wide “Lip Dub” video of every student singing in the hallways and stairways that is as fun to watch as it clearly more

November 16, 2016

A Rotary Gift of Literacy for Fraser River Middle School

November 16, 2016 – It is a big help if you are a brand new school starting up a brand new “Learning Commons” to receive a $5,000 gift in support of literacy.

The donation from the Rotary Club of New Westminster to Fraser River more

October 24, 2016

NWSS students launch clubs for fun, justice, science, and the planet…

October 2016 – Student leaders at New Westminster Secondary School this year launched the largest number of clubs at the high school yet – a record-breaking 51 clubs that run the gamut from peace and justice, to math and STEM clubs, more

October 17, 2016

Recognizing our Unsung Heroes….

Every summer and throughout the year a team of school district facilities, maintenance, and operations staff quietly make things happen. Roofs are repaired, floors installed, and portables are renovated, moved and repaired. Fences are built and more

September 30, 2016

Restoring friendships, starting in our schools: Orange Shirt Day

Grade seven students Gursimrit Badyal and Miranda Baron opened their hearts to the stories they learned in school of young First Nations children like Seepeetza — who at six years old was taken from her family and sent to an Indian more

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