As we approach the end of the school year, we want to thank you for your support of Burnaby’s public schools. The year has been an exceptional one, once again full of student, staff and school achievements. We are certainly proud of everything that has been accomplished, and are already looking forward to the great year ahead. It is unfortunate that some of the good natured pranks associated with the end of the school year can sometimes go too far and overshadow all the good things we are so proud of. Please know that these incidents are NOT reflective of the welcoming, inclusive communities of learning that we are known for. Thank you for your support of Burnaby’s Public Schools.
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So proud to see a number of Burnaby Schools faces in The Province newspaper’s annual “Head of the Class 2017” high school round-up. Congrats to Burnaby Central’s, Joel Harrison, who begins his collegiate soccer career next year at the University of Michigan. Congrats to Burnaby South’s Coach of the Year, Frank Giallonardo, who is the schools varsity soccer coach, and learning support services team member and other roles too numerous to list! And three cheers for Burnaby South/BCSD Rebels Nation fans – this years’ pick for the inaugural School Spirit Award #gorebels Best wishes to all – you make us proud!
The District’s “Science in Everyday Life” Video Contest encourages students to take a deeper look at the science around them through student inquiry, creative and critical thinking, and communication. We appreciated the imaginative and enlightening videos received by elementary and secondary schools alike. Test your science savvy and view the top videos now VIEW HERE
At the provincial track and field event held in Langley last week a number of District students led the packs. Burnaby Mountain’s Hannah Vorell picked up silver in the Grade 8 girls 400-metre race just shy of 1 minute, Burnaby South’s Diego Medrano won silver in the senior boys 110m hurdles with a time of 14.79. and Burnaby Central’s Grade 8 boys 4×400 relay team collected silver, while Ryan Goudron placed third in the 1500 and 3000m events. Congrats to all!
Posted (Thursday) June 1, 2017A couple of techno-loving, entrepreneurial young ladies at Cameron Elementary have merged their love of wildlife with a way to keep both wildlife and people safe. Collaborating with Wildsafe BC on […]
Posted (Tuesday) May 30, 2017Results for the Grade 9 International Fryer Math Contest are in and students at Moscrop have plenty to be proud of. Moscrop was ranked #1 in Canada and tied for […]
Posted (Friday) May 19, 2017The 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 […]