The health and safety of all students, staff and school communities is our top priority. The Langley School District is continuing to take direction from the Ministry of Education and Fraser Health Authority with regards to the novel coronavirus.

Update April 3, 2020

On Friday, April 3, the Langley School District updated parents/guardians and students with a new information bulletin:

Information Bulletin – April 3, 2020

Video Message from Superintendent of Schools, Gord Stewart (Directly below)

Operational Updates:

The School Board Office is closed to the public.

Recreation facilities and playgrounds on all sites are closed to the public.

Rental/booking of District sites by community user groups has been suspended but does not apply to childcare operators.

The District has created a webpage for Frequently Asked Questions as they relate to our school district here.

For other COVID-19 community related updates:

Township-specific updates, service interruptions, and other useful links and information can be found on the Township of Langley website at

Fraser Health Authority updates can be found on their website at

For Ministry of Education updates see below:

Today, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix announced 53 new cases of COVID-19 in B.C. bringing the total number of cases to 1174.  Note: 673 people have now fully recovered that’s a 57% recovery rate. The joint statement is posted on the Ministry of Health newsroom here:

Education Minister Rob Fleming answers questions submitted by Global BC viewers. The segment, called “Focus BC,” will air on BC1 throughout the weekend and next week and is posted here:

Useful Links