Burnaby School District, the fourth largest school district in BC is seeking interested candidates for the position of secretary-treasurer through Boyden Global Executive Search. The District supports the learning needs of the community by providing early learning programs, adult education and at its core, K-12 education for almost 25,000 students in 49 schools. Their dedicated employees are committed to developing and providing all students with a wide variety of innovative, high quality programs in academics as well as athletics, trades training, visual and performing arts, social responsibility and leadership. LEARN MORE
What's New @ SD41
A seismically safer and upgraded Ecole Alpha Secondary is one step closer. Burnaby North MLA Richard T. Lee and Trustee Narang met with students, teachers and staff to take part in the groundbreaking on the $27.2-million project. They also unveiled the design plans which includes replacing two classroom wings with a better organized and more modern space. “While safety is always our top priority, we appreciate the project management team’s ingenuity at addressing additional project priorities such as creating a learning commons, STEM labs, and energy efficiencies,” says Board of Education chair, Ron Burton. “We look forward to the grand unveil in the fall of 2018.” The school will be hosting a community Open House on Monday, June 27 from 3:30 to 6:30 pm in the school library. LEARN MORE
Burnaby schools students were successful in multiple grade levels and categories at the Canadian Parents for French, Provincial Concours d’art oratoire. Then it was onto the National Concours d’art oratoire that featured 39 grade 12 students from across the country in Gatineau Québec, including Alpha student Hamish Clinton. Hamish placed 2nd in the Grade 12 Early Immersion category for his speech, “La crise globale de l’eau.” He’s been offered scholarships from the University of Ottawa, l’ Université de Saint-Boniface, the University of Moncton and l’Université St Anne.
Posted (Monday) June 20, 2016Earlier this month Premier Christy Clark, Minister of Education Mike Bernier were honoured guests at Taylor Park Elementary Schools’ Coding & Robotics Showcase Gallery. The students were uber-excited to show […]
Posted (Friday) June 10, 2016The District is proud of a unique literacy tradition that began in 1985 and continues to make its mark, the WORDS Writing Project. Congratulations to our Burnaby schools students (K […]
Posted (Monday) May 30, 2016Burnaby School District will be hosting a float in this year’s Vancouver Pride Parade and we would like you to walk with us. All students, parents and staff are invited […]