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  • A class project in Moscrop Secondary’s textile class focused on two great causes – minimizing their environmental footprint and helping homeless dogs. Using old t-shirts, students created braided bone toys for […] 0

    Give a Dog a Bone

    A class project in Moscrop Secondary’s textile class focused on two great causes – minimizing their environmental footprint and helping homeless dogs. Using old t-shirts, students created braided bone toys for […]

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  • Parents of 3–5 year olds are invited to join us on Friday, April 28 at Gilmore Community School for a fun and interactive session exploring a variety of learning activities […] 0

    Play to Learn – Open Houses

    Parents of 3–5 year olds are invited to join us on Friday, April 28 at Gilmore Community School for a fun and interactive session exploring a variety of learning activities […]

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  • Taking on challenges head on. Being Canadian. Honouring heritage and culture. These are some of the topics that eight finalists in the Grade 7 Public Speaking Challenge spoke about, presenting on the theme, “This Makes […] 0

    They Make Us Proud

    Taking on challenges head on. Being Canadian. Honouring heritage and culture. These are some of the topics that eight finalists in the Grade 7 Public Speaking Challenge spoke about, presenting on the theme, “This Makes […]

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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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  • Burnaby School District’s secondary school “Reads” programs are school-wide initiatives designed to inspire students and staff to read and talk about great books. If you have some reading time on your hands, consider grabbing […] 0

    “Ask me what I’m reading?”

    Burnaby School District’s secondary school “Reads” programs are school-wide initiatives designed to inspire students and staff to read and talk about great books. If you have some reading time on your hands, consider grabbing […]

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  • Ecole Alpha’s leadership class took on a new fundraising efforts this year under the direction of PE/Leadership teacher Tammy Wirick. After collecting donations of grad attire they offered them up for  sale to interested students. […] 0

    Alpha’s “Promject” Benefits Aplenty

    Ecole Alpha’s leadership class took on a new fundraising efforts this year under the direction of PE/Leadership teacher Tammy Wirick. After collecting donations of grad attire they offered them up for  sale to interested students. […]

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  • The Ministry of Education is seeking parent input with regards to student reporting for the redesigned curriculum. The ultimate goal is to develop a student reporting process that gives families a […] 0

    Parent Input Sought on Reporting Process

    The Ministry of Education is seeking parent input with regards to student reporting for the redesigned curriculum. The ultimate goal is to develop a student reporting process that gives families a […]

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  • Burnaby School District’s Career Education Programs provide the opportunity for students in grades 11 & 12 to gain knowledge and skills that can lead to industry certification, apprenticeship, and the […] 0

    Discover Career Education

    Burnaby School District’s Career Education Programs provide the opportunity for students in grades 11 & 12 to gain knowledge and skills that can lead to industry certification, apprenticeship, and the […]

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  • South Slope/BC School for the Deaf students welcomed their very own resident author, Secretary Kim Block to a recent school assembly. Her self-published children’s book “Adventures of a Stuttering Superhero” […] 0

    A Stuttering Superhero Is Born

    South Slope/BC School for the Deaf students welcomed their very own resident author, Secretary Kim Block to a recent school assembly. Her self-published children’s book “Adventures of a Stuttering Superhero” […]

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  • Grade 10 English students at Byrne Creek Community School are learning how to stamp out discrimination through active learning. Using a program called Voices into Action, the students are both […] 0

    Drama Empowers Youth to Combat Racism

    Grade 10 English students at Byrne Creek Community School are learning how to stamp out discrimination through active learning. Using a program called Voices into Action, the students are both […]

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