Announcements

2019 Announcements

Canadian Parents for French (CPF) Ridge-Meadows Chapter Presents French Immersion Parent Survival Night

December 11, 2019
Learn new tips, strategies and practical advice on how to survive your first years as a French Immersion parent and, more importantly, how best to support your child. This presentation will be of particular interest to parents with children in Kindergarten through Grade 2. Presenter: Sandra Turbide, Conseillère Pédagogique... read more

Be sure to take advantage of education savings opportunities

November 25, 2019
Education Savings Week is from Nov. 18 to 22, 2019. Almost 80% of job openings in British Columbia over the next decade will require some form of post-secondary education. Families can open a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) and the Government of British Columbia will deposit $1,200 into the... read more

New Policy Approved: Provision of Menstrual Products to Students

November 25, 2019
At its November 20, 2019 regular public meeting, the Board of Education approved Policy 9605: Provision of Menstrual Products to Students. The policy can be found online at https://www.sd42.ca/assets/media/9605-Provision-of-Menstrual-Products-to-Students.pdf read more

SD42 Board chairperson and vice-chairperson re-elected

November 21, 2019
The Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows Board of Education re-elected trustee Korleen Carreras as chairperson and trustee Elaine Yamamoto as vice-chairperson during its November 20, 2019 regular meeting. Both positions are elected annually. read more

Requirements under BC’s new vaccination status reporting regulation

November 4, 2019
Dear parents/guardians, Please see the attached letter from medical health officer Dr. Ingrid Tyler regarding requirements under BC’s new vaccination status reporting regulation. Download letter read more
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