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  • As you may be aware, last week there was a suspicious death of a 13 year old Burnaby teen at Central Park. This incident has left the entire community grieving […] 0

    Supporting Your Child Through Loss

    As you may be aware, last week there was a suspicious death of a 13 year old Burnaby teen at Central Park. This incident has left the entire community grieving […]

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  • Burnaby School District is once again hosting a float in this year’s Vancouver Pride Parade. This  year we are joining forces with Vancouver School Board and students, parents and staff are invited to […] 0

    Pride Parade 2017

    Burnaby School District is once again hosting a float in this year’s Vancouver Pride Parade. This  year we are joining forces with Vancouver School Board and students, parents and staff are invited to […]

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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 […] 0

    Head of the Class 2017

    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 […]

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  • 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 […] 0

    Science In Everyday Life Videos

    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 […]

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  • 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 […] 0

    Provincial Track and Field Stars

    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 […]

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  • A 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 […] 0

    Coexist with Wildlife? There’s an App for That

    A 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 […]

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  • Results 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 […] 0

    Moscrop Tops Fryer Math Contest

    Results 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 […]

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  • The 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 […] 0

    Words Writing Project

    The 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 […]

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  • Burnaby students displayed talent beyond their years and essentially raised the roof of the MJ Fox Theatre at the 2017 Burnaby’s Got Talent event. The top four finalists included vocalist Linn Rosa Meyer (Cariboo […] 0

    Burnaby’s Got Talent

    Burnaby students displayed talent beyond their years and essentially raised the roof of the MJ Fox Theatre at the 2017 Burnaby’s Got Talent event. The top four finalists included vocalist Linn Rosa Meyer (Cariboo […]

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  • When students feel welcome, supported, respected and safe they are more engaged in learning. Burnaby School District remains committed to creating cultures of belonging in our schools by providing caring, […] 0

    Supporting Safe & Caring Schools

    When students feel welcome, supported, respected and safe they are more engaged in learning. Burnaby School District remains committed to creating cultures of belonging in our schools by providing caring, […]

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