Features & Resources

April 18, 2019

876 thoughts later: Thank you for your feedback!

Thank you for joining the conversation to help chart a course for our school
district for the next five years. Our online forum is now over. We will be
sharing our findings with you soon!

Be a Part of it: Strategic Plan 2019-2024

May 1,… more

March 29, 2019

Paws to check out our student Ad Designers

School artists team up with businesses and groups to support their messages with fresh ideas and artistic designs. Click on the fullscreen icon on the bottom right to zoom in or reduce the document. And visit Royal City Centre to see the ads on… more

March 6, 2019

Next steps for a new Richard McBride elementary school…

Tony Gill, Project Architect for a new Richard McBride elementary school, was on hand with Principal Kathleen Chad to help answer questions during a public consultation session in December.

Public Consultation…

The public will soon… more

February 15, 2019

Your thoughts, our inspiration: What we learned from you

Students representatives from our middle schools and high school gathered this month for the district’s first ever student symposium.  They shared their ideas on what is most important for student learning – part of an in-depth… more

February 13, 2019

Land purchase for future school expansion…

A step in meeting future priorities…

March 5, 2019 – New Westminster Schools is pleased to announce the acquisition of property on Fader Street in Sapperton as part of a long-range strategy to address projected enrolment… more

January 10, 2019

Thank you for Joining the Conversation!

Mark Gifford, Chair of our New Westminster Schools Board of Education invited you to join the conversation between Jan.7 and 14. See some of the top thoughts here.

We asked and you answered: Thank you everyone!

It has been an amazing… more

January 3, 2019

A warm welcome back to school!

January 3, 2019 – The heat’s back up at New Westminster Schools thanks to good news about BC’s natural gas supply.

FortisBC has given the green light to customers to resume normal use of natural gas.

That’s… more

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