Piping & Plumbing Celebration

February 22, 2017

Langley Secondary is home to the Piping and Plumbing TRAIN program (formerly ACE-IT) and they recently celebrated the success of those graduating from the program. Vice-principal Jeff Dickson, who formerly taught the program, and teacher Dave Lallee hosted the event and shared some great stories about the graduating students. The program helped them mature and…

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 YCMS Student Wins Health Talks Contest

February 16, 2017

Yorkson Creek Middle School student Jorri Gosse won the Health Talks Contest held by the BC Patient Safety and Quality Council and now has the opportunity to present at the upcoming Quality Forum 2017. Jorri heard about the contest and was inspired to share her personal connections on the topic of ‘chronic pain’. In her…

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 Langley Students Rallied for New Youth Resource Center

February 9, 2017

Langley School District Leadership students, AKA the homelessness task force, recognized that some peers had no place to go when vulnerable and rallied together. They gained support from the local community to raise awareness around youth homelessness and youth resources in Langley. Today (Thursday, February 9th) the provincial government has announced funding for a New Langley…

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 Postponed and Cancelled Events

February 8, 2017

The following events have been postponed or cancelled as a result of weather conditions: DW Poppy Community Consultation: The DW Poppy Community Consultation regarding the Transition to Middle Schools originally planned for Thursday, February 9th has been re-scheduled to Thursday, February 16, 2017, 7:00pm. Outdoor Education Choice Program: Info session has been CANCELLED Wednesday evening….

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 French Immersion Celebration Week

February 2, 2017

Did you know that in BC, 46 school districts offer a French Immersion program to over 53,000 students? Bilingualism is an asset for the students of our province and that is why the government of British Columbia is proclaiming the week of January 30 to February 5, 2017 “French Immersion Celebration Week” to support students…

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 Board News: Tuesday, January 24, 2017

January 26, 2017

Presentation: DW Poppy Secondary, Sister Act The Musical Theatre Academy at DW Poppy has chosen Sister Act as its year-two production and if the preview that was provided to the Board of Education is any indication, the show will be a hit! Principal Balan Moorthy introduced teachers Wayne Ablitt, James Howard and Stephanie Rivera and their students…

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 LFAS Treble Choir to Perform with VSO, UBC Choirs

January 17, 2017

The Langley Fine Arts Treble Choir is busy preparing for a wonderful opportunity to perform with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and UBC Choirs in Jeffery Ryan’s Afghanistan: Requiem for a Generation. The LFAS Treble Choir is made up of students from the dance, drama, writing, visual art and music disciplines at LFA and the group…

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 Looking for inspiration? TEDxLangleyED tickets are on sale!

January 3, 2017

Our third annual TEDxLangleyED is fast approaching. Driven by the power of ideas to change attitudes, TEDxLangleyED is a one day event filled with innovation and education. This year’s theme is Courage and Curiosity, reflected in our stellar line-up of speakers: Brent Hayden, Bruce Cairnie, Gabe Penner, John Harris, Katherine Mulski, Kathleen Forsythe, Luke Dandurand, Sandy Balascak, Savanna Flakes, True Pay Na Moo, and Tim…

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 Generous Donation Keeping Students Warm

December 16, 2016

The Langley location of Bed, Bath and Beyond has provided the Langley School District with 570 sets of hats and gloves for students that may be in need of warmth over the winter. Money was raised at the cash register as patrons were asked if they would like to purchase a hat and glove set…

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 Kids Helping Kids Clothing Drive a Huge Success!

December 14, 2016

Once again the Kids Helping Kids Clothing Drive supported by the students of Langley and the Langley School District Foundation has been a great success. In third place, Dorothy Peacock Elementary gathered 6.95 pounds of clothes per student. To secure second spot, RC Garnett produced 7.51 pounds of clothes per student and, for the second…

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