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  • Everywhere you turn, authors are popping up in Burnaby Schools! Armstrong Elementary Learning Support teacher, Jillian Ma, has written a book about a boy with autism called In My World. A […] 0

    Authors in our Midst

    Everywhere you turn, authors are popping up in Burnaby Schools! Armstrong Elementary Learning Support teacher, Jillian Ma, has written a book about a boy with autism called In My World. A […]

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  • The times they are a changing when students want to go to school when teachers are having a pro-d day. That’s what happened recently at Taylor Park Elementary when a […] 0

    The Places They Will Go

    The times they are a changing when students want to go to school when teachers are having a pro-d day. That’s what happened recently at Taylor Park Elementary when a […]

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  • A recent literacy event at Maywood Community School included a book reading by former Educational Assistant turned author Brandee Buble and other guest readers – but that’s not all. At […] 0 Image

    A Literacy Event With An Awesome Twist

    A recent literacy event at Maywood Community School included a book reading by former Educational Assistant turned author Brandee Buble and other guest readers – but that’s not all. At […]

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  • Orange Shirt Day, on September 30, honours the students who attended residential schools. Its origins stem from an Elder reflecting on a new orange shirt she wore on the first […] 0

    Orange Shirt Day Means Every Child Matters

    Orange Shirt Day, on September 30, honours the students who attended residential schools. Its origins stem from an Elder reflecting on a new orange shirt she wore on the first […]

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  • For over 125 years, the Governor General’s Academic Medals have been awarded to graduates who have received the highest average in their high school, college or university program. Pierre Trudeau, Tommy Douglas, and Kim […] 0

    Governor General’s Academic Medal Recipients

    For over 125 years, the Governor General’s Academic Medals have been awarded to graduates who have received the highest average in their high school, college or university program. Pierre Trudeau, Tommy Douglas, and Kim […]

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  • For children ages 0-5 the District’s 12 StrongStart Early Learning Centres are now open for business! A free drop-in program for children and their parents/caregivers, centre facilitators are qualified early childhood educators. LEARN […] 0

    Burnaby Schools Early Learning Centres Open

    For children ages 0-5 the District’s 12 StrongStart Early Learning Centres are now open for business! A free drop-in program for children and their parents/caregivers, centre facilitators are qualified early childhood educators. LEARN […]

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  • Are you seeking a way to graduate from high school? Learn English? Or perhaps explore a new skill or train for a new career? Whatever your goal is, we’re confident […] 0

    Come Learn With Burnaby CCE

    Are you seeking a way to graduate from high school? Learn English? Or perhaps explore a new skill or train for a new career? Whatever your goal is, we’re confident […]

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  • On Sunday, September 24 more than 70 people from the Burnaby Schools community proudly participated in the Walk for Reconciliation. It was likely the largest reconciliation event in Canadian history, […] 0

    We Are All One

    On Sunday, September 24 more than 70 people from the Burnaby Schools community proudly participated in the Walk for Reconciliation. It was likely the largest reconciliation event in Canadian history, […]

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  • Burnaby Mountain graduate, Miranda Andersen is a recipient of a $80,000 Schulich Leader Scholarship. Anderson was the top biology student and top student of the year at her school, and […] 0

    Mountain Student Receives Schulich Leader Scholarship

    Burnaby Mountain graduate, Miranda Andersen is a recipient of a $80,000 Schulich Leader Scholarship. Anderson was the top biology student and top student of the year at her school, and […]

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  • Monica Hsu, a recent graduate of Burnaby North Secondary is the recipient of a $28,000 Terry Fox Humanitarian Award. It recognizes young people who embody the legacy of Terry Fox […] 0

    North Grad Recipient of Humanitarian Award

    Monica Hsu, a recent graduate of Burnaby North Secondary is the recipient of a $28,000 Terry Fox Humanitarian Award. It recognizes young people who embody the legacy of Terry Fox […]

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