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  • GO JAYS GO! Where do blue jays fly for the winter? To Gilmore Community School of course! It was an exciting start to the New Year when Toronto Blue […] 0

    Blue Jays Land at Gilmore

    GO JAYS GO! Where do blue jays fly for the winter? To Gilmore Community School of course! It was an exciting start to the New Year when Toronto Blue […]

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  • 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 […] 0

    End of the School Year

    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 […]

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  • The safety of students and staff is always our priority. While this long stretch of cold winter weather has created its challenges, our facilities teams have been out in […] 0

    Snow and Ice Removal Continues

    The safety of students and staff is always our priority. While this long stretch of cold winter weather has created its challenges, our facilities teams have been out in […]

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  • Just moved to Burnaby or interested in registering your child into a Burnaby public school for the Fall of 2016? Find out what school your child should attend by […] 0

    Registration Information for Fall 2016

    Just moved to Burnaby or interested in registering your child into a Burnaby public school for the Fall of 2016? Find out what school your child should attend by […]

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  • The Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellence has honoured exceptional elementary and secondary school teachers since 1993.Recipients are recognized for their remarkable achievements in education and for their commitment […] 0

    Our Brightest Lights

    The Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellence has honoured exceptional elementary and secondary school teachers since 1993.Recipients are recognized for their remarkable achievements in education and for their commitment […]

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  • There were 996 entries received from 23 countries competing in the NASA Ames Space Settlement Contest but the work submitted by Thidas Loku Bogahawattage, a grade 6 student at […] 0

    NASA Hones in on Talent of Burnaby Elementary Student

    There were 996 entries received from 23 countries competing in the NASA Ames Space Settlement Contest but the work submitted by Thidas Loku Bogahawattage, a grade 6 student at […]

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  • Waterloo’s Fermat Contest is an opportunity for grade 11 students to have fun and to develop their mathematical problem solving ability. Interested students wrote the test in February – […] 0

    Moscrop Secondary Makes Mark on the World

    Waterloo’s Fermat Contest is an opportunity for grade 11 students to have fun and to develop their mathematical problem solving ability. Interested students wrote the test in February – […]

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  • Burnaby North Secondary recently celebrated Aboriginal culture and history as part of their annual Day of Truth and Reconciliation. It was also a day of learning for students and staff alike, and featured […] 0

    Truth and Reconciliation

    Burnaby North Secondary recently celebrated Aboriginal culture and history as part of their annual Day of Truth and Reconciliation. It was also a day of learning for students and staff alike, and featured […]

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  • Students and staff at the BC Provincial School for the Deaf at South Slope Elementary School will be heading to Vancouver, Washington just prior to spring break to participate in […] 0

    Flying Hands

    Students and staff at the BC Provincial School for the Deaf at South Slope Elementary School will be heading to Vancouver, Washington just prior to spring break to participate in […]

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  • Last weekend, in recognition of Black History Month, Burnaby Mountain Secondary, in partnership with the National Congress Black Women’s Foundation put together an impressive day-long conference entitled Race Matters. […] 0

    Race Matters

    Last weekend, in recognition of Black History Month, Burnaby Mountain Secondary, in partnership with the National Congress Black Women’s Foundation put together an impressive day-long conference entitled Race Matters. […]

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