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2015

Dollars equal new ‘do for Davie Jones principal in Pitt Meadows

October 19, 2015
By Eric Zimmer – Maple Ridge Times A sizeable donation from Davie Jones Elementary to the Terry Fox Foundation meant a snazzy new ’do for the school’s principal Dennis Tjernagel on Thursday. Tjernagel’s hair was cut into a mohawk, and died a deep pink hue during an assembly, as... read more

Suspicious Person Alert – October 6, 2015

October 6, 2015
File# 2015-24251 At 7:34 a.m. on Friday, October 2, 2015, police received a report of a male asking a 13 year-old girl if she wanted a ride to school. The girl was waiting for the school bus on 272 St. and 104 Ave in Maple Ridge. A smaller black car stopped... read more

Empowering teachers, building sustainable societies

October 5, 2015
It is my pleasure, on behalf of the Board of Education, all of our school communities and our students to wish all of our School District 42 teachers, Happy World Teachers’ Day. UNESCO sets aside October 5 as World Teachers’ Day. This year the UNESCO focus for World Teachers’... read more

Suspicious Person Alert – September 15, 2015

September 15, 2015
September 15, 2015 File #2015-22684 Maple Ridge, B.C. – Ridge Meadows RCMP are investigating a suspicious incident where an adult male offered a teenaged girl a ride Monday morning. Constable Amanda Harnett said, “At approximately 7:40 a.m. Monday September 14, 2015 a teenaged female was walking in the area... read more

Maple Ridge Westview student takes second place in global competition

August 16, 2015
By Maple Ridge Times Westview Secondary student Nash Taylor took second place in Excel at the recent 2015 Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship. Taylor is one of three students from Westview Secondary who, as a result of being the best in Canada at Microsoft Office, won an all-expenses paid... read more
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