What’s New Archive

  • The District is excited to be partnering with technology and sports leaders to offer five new academies at Cariboo Hill Secondary. They include a Field Lacrosse Academy (SFU), a Volleyball […] 0

    Five New Academy Opportunities Info Session

    The District is excited to be partnering with technology and sports leaders to offer five new academies at Cariboo Hill Secondary. They include a Field Lacrosse Academy (SFU), a Volleyball […]

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  • Burnaby Schools welcomed a teacher and her students from Kushiro Meiki High School (Burnaby’s sister city) for a week long visit. Their home base each morning was Ecole Moscrop Secondaire […] 0

    From Kushiro Meiki High to Burnaby Schools

    Burnaby Schools welcomed a teacher and her students from Kushiro Meiki High School (Burnaby’s sister city) for a week long visit. Their home base each morning was Ecole Moscrop Secondaire […]

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  • In the spirit of celebrating the diversity and inclusiveness of our schools, the District is hosting its second annual Diversity Dance, on Wednesday, March 7. It will be held at […] 0

    Diversity Dance 2018

    In the spirit of celebrating the diversity and inclusiveness of our schools, the District is hosting its second annual Diversity Dance, on Wednesday, March 7. It will be held at […]

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  • Burnaby Schools offer so many opportunities for students to learn and be inspired to reach their potential. Priority placement for the upcoming school year is given to applications received in […] 0

    Apply in February for Fall 2018

    Burnaby Schools offer so many opportunities for students to learn and be inspired to reach their potential. Priority placement for the upcoming school year is given to applications received in […]

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  • Career Education allows secondary students to follow their passion and learn skills while earning graduation credits. These can lead to industry certification, apprenticeship, or a portfolio. Many students move on […] 0

    Career Education for Secondary Students

    Career Education allows secondary students to follow their passion and learn skills while earning graduation credits. These can lead to industry certification, apprenticeship, or a portfolio. Many students move on […]

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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

    Secondary School “Reads” Program 2017/18

    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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  • Moscrop’s Brennan Strandberg-Salmon and Burnaby Mountain student Griffin Andersen were recently recognized for their environmental stewardship work. They each received the Dr. M. Wosk Environmental Leadership Award from the Pacific […] 0

    Students Recognized for Environmental Stewardship

    Moscrop’s Brennan Strandberg-Salmon and Burnaby Mountain student Griffin Andersen were recently recognized for their environmental stewardship work. They each received the Dr. M. Wosk Environmental Leadership Award from the Pacific […]

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  • Dante Wong, a 2017 graduate of Alpha Secondary won First Prize in the A&E Lives That Make a Difference Essay Contest. His topic was Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould and the […] 0

    Alpha Student Wins National Essay Contest

    Dante Wong, a 2017 graduate of Alpha Secondary won First Prize in the A&E Lives That Make a Difference Essay Contest. His topic was Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould and the […]

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  • Please review updates from Education Minister Rob Fleming regarding: 1) New curriculum implementation for students going into grades 10-12 2) Provincial Graduation Assessments If you have specific questions regarding the […] 0

    Update on New Curriculum from BC’s Education Minister

    Please review updates from Education Minister Rob Fleming regarding: 1) New curriculum implementation for students going into grades 10-12 2) Provincial Graduation Assessments If you have specific questions regarding the […]

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  • Aubrey Elementary School tried a new concept for Community Day this year. Rather than invite community guests in, the students headed outdoors to explore! Students spent half a day at […] 0

    Taking the Learning Outdoors

    Aubrey Elementary School tried a new concept for Community Day this year. Rather than invite community guests in, the students headed outdoors to explore! Students spent half a day at […]

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