Langley Students Deliver Joy to Seniors in Care Through Letters and Art

June 1, 2020

For the past week Langley students have been hard at work writing messages, cards, and creating artwork to bring joy to seniors in the community for Seniors Week. “Our seniors have been devastated by COVID-19,” says teacher Wendy Cook. “Not only are they the most susceptible to contracting the virus they remain to be the…

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 Health & Well-Being: Blogging Through COVID Together — Preparing your Child

May 29, 2020

Here we go again! The world is slowly and carefully opening up, and so are our schools. Many of our students will continue remote learning next week, but some of your children are coming back into school buildings and will begin a blended model of learning for the month of June. We are excited to…

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 Health & Well-Being: Blogging Through COVID Together — Returning to In-Class Learning

May 25, 2020

Last week I wrote about the fact that the world is slowly opening up and that we are all making slightly different decisions and that is okay. This week I am going to talk about what things might look like next week when more students are back in school buildings. I also want to share…

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 Board News: May 26, 2020

May 25, 2020

The Regular Meeting of the Langley Board of Education begins at 7:00 p.m. A link to the live-stream will be posted here in Board News.   Secretary-Treasurer’s Reports 2020-2021 Annual Budget Bylaw (First and Second Reading) Brian Iseli, Secretary-Treasurer, presented the 2020-2021 Annual Budget to the Board. He prefaced his presentation explaining how this is…

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 Messages of Care for our Seniors: Langley Human Dignity Coalition

May 22, 2020

Let’s help bring some joy and a sense of community to our seniors. The Langley School District is a member and a strong supporter of the Langley Human Dignity Coalition. With the first week of June (June 1-8) being Seniors Week, the Coalition is encouraging our community to help raise spirits for some of our…

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 Virtual Budget Open House 2020-2021

May 21, 2020

The Langley School District is inviting the public to take part in its Virtual Budget Open House. The annual in-person participation will only be accessible online due to the impacts of COVID-19. This is an opportunity for the School District to update the public on the District’s progress with the budget and to provide an…

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 Health & Wellbeing: Blogging Through COVID Together — Moving to the Next Phase

May 19, 2020

We are ready for the next step of learning through a global pandemic and here is the best part, you get to decide! One thing about this whole crisis, is that we have all been living with many more directives than we are used to and a whole lot less freedom. Who would have believed…

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 Fundy Choir works together from afar to create musical celebration for 2020 Grads

May 15, 2020

We Won’t Stop Dreaming “was created to highlight how our community has come together and to congratulate the graduates of this year,” says Langley Fundamental Middle/Secondary Teacher Kristi Robertson. “There are about 40 different voices in it, from Langley Fundamental Elementary, Langley Children’s Choir, Langley Secondary, and Langley Fundamental Middle/Secondary as well as the music…

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 Health and Well-Being: Blogging Through COVID Together — Belonging

May 11, 2020

  In the very first blog post we talked about well-being having three interconnected parts. Today we are talking about belonging which is that beautiful and essential space between self and other. What I like about belonging and connection is how simple and how powerful it is at the same time. It is really like…

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 Staying Connected — Teacher Sarah Allin on sharing stories and problem solving student needs

May 8, 2020

Teachers and staff across the District have suddenly had to re-think how we deliver, not only education to our students, but also how we interact with them, and one another. We need to stay connected, even though that may look differently than it used to. During these unprecedented times, our teachers and staff have been…

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