Class of 2017: First Ever U-Connect Grad Class!

June 27, 2017

The first ever graduating class of U-Connect celebrated their convocation this afternoon with a banquet coming later in the evening. Though only 12 students strong – this year – the graduating class is obviously close-knit and supportive of each other. Congratulations graduates!

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 Board News: Tuesday, June 20, 2017

June 22, 2017

Presentation: Spindle Whorl Unveiling/Recognition of National Aboriginal Day Members of the Kwantlen First Nation, including Hereditary Chief Marilyn Gabriel, attended the School Board Meeting on the eve of National Aboriginal Day to address the Board and to unveil the Spindle Whorl carving that will travel to various locations around the district as a learning tool…

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 Best High School Memory 2017

June 22, 2017

We caught up with some of our 2017 grads to talk about their best high school memory.

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 National Aboriginal Day celebrated at James Kennedy Elementary

June 21, 2017

Videos of traditional dances, ceremonies, and interviews with first nations peoples were playing when the kids of James Kennedy Elementary gathered in assembly on June 21 for National Aboriginal Day. When the room quieted down, the assembly opened with speaker, Vice Principal Carolyn Roberts, thanking the students and recognizing that the school sits on unceded…

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 2016-2017 Retirement Celebration Pictures

June 21, 2017

Congratulations and thank you to the retiring staff of 2016-2107. Your dedication to the students of Langley is appreciated and though you will be missed, the Board of Education, District staff and students, past and present, wish you all the very best in your retirement! 2016-2017 Retirees Administrators Cathy Anderson Lucy Lenko Frank Roberto Kathleen…

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 Free books for kids encourages summer reading

June 20, 2017

“We can read 24-7!” Was just one of the many comments made by the Grade 4 kids at Douglas Park Community Elementary on June 19. They were gathered into a room where all of the tables, chairs, and shelves had been lined with books. Only, this wasn’t the library. These books were for kids to take…

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 LSS Grad Walk greeted with enthusiasm and encouragement

June 19, 2017

A roar of cheering erupted as LSS grads entered the atrium of HD Stafford. Grads came dressed in their graduation regalia on June 16, and high five’d Stafford’s middle school students in a long line extending throughout the school. Music blasted through the school speakers as they made their journey. The LSS Grad Walk gave grads…

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 Boots on the Ground – Career Discoveries program holds annual celebration

June 13, 2017

On June 7, 2017 the Langley School District’s Career Discoveries Program held its 29th Annual Year End Celebration at the School Board Office.  Students successes in the workplace were recognized with pizza, awards and slides of students in action.  Student successes in restaurants, stores, offices, warehouses and manufacturing sites across Langley were highlighted.  This year…

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 Two Provincial Winners in French Concours Competition

June 13, 2017

Maya Missel earned 1st place in the grade 6 French Immersion category and Lina Shalaby earned 3rd place in the grade 10 French Immersion category at the Provincial Concours competition held May 6th. Congratulations! The annual competition involves researching, writing, editing and presenting an original composition on a topic of personal interest. After their presentation,…

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 Belmont teacher recognized with Golden Star Award

June 7, 2017

“Beautiful things happen in schools every day,” said Belmont Elementary principal Beth Cairnie. She was speaking in celebration of teacher Jason Proulx, who was being recognized with the Golden Star Award. For the last six years, Proulx has been teaching woodworking to his students. What makes it special, is the involvement of the senior community, who…

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