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Just to let you know that our Grade 7 Farewell will be on Friday, June 23 at 10:30. There will be a ceremony that usually
The global group is holding a bottle drive to help families in Africa by raising money for school supplies and providing families with animal bundles
Just a reminder to all Bridge Bulldog runners, the deadline for entry in the Sun Run is March 24 at midnight. We need more runners
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On Friday, you ae invited to wear your craziest hat to school. Wear one you already have or make something wild. We will be making
Join us on Saturday, April 1 for the Learning and the Brain conference, at MacNeil Secondary, featuring Shelley Moore. For more information visit: https://latb.sd38.bc.ca Registration
The global group is having a bottle drive to raise money for school supplies and for farm animal bundles. The farm animal bundles provide food
Please see the attached letter from the School District in regards to information about school transfer requests.
Because Pinkberry yogurt is no longer available in Richmond, our last frozen yogurt day was cancelled. If your child ordered frozen yogurt on Feb. 10
The basketball season is well underway with tournaments coming up very soon. This year we have a boys and girls team who are both practicing
This year, we are taking kindness one step further. Not only are we "Catching Kindness" we wil also be “Sharing Kindness” by making 1,000 Valentines
Please check out the latest newsletter. Go to Newsletters on the drop down menu and click on Newsletter 6, Feb. 2, 2017.
Please join us at 9:00 in the gym as we kick off the Chinese New Year celbration with the Lion Dance. Many thanks to the
The following is a message from the Richmond School District... Currently, student progress is reported in many different ways, including report cards, parent teacher meetings
Farewell Ms. Gray!!! As you might know by now, Ms. Gray, our greatly loved OAA has accepted a position at Kingswood and will be leaving
On behalf of the Board of Education, I would like to express sincere thanks to our students, staff and parent community for continuing to ensure
Ready Set Learn is an event for preschoolers and their parents or guardians. There will be activity centers and a performance by Will Stroet. Everyone