Message from the Langley Board of Education: Happy Holidays!

December 15, 2020

We have all experienced a challenging year like never before. We understand the struggle and stress this pandemic has had on our students, staff, families, and our community partners. As a Board, we support the District’s efforts in helping maintain a healthy and safe learning environment and delivering the best education possible. We are grateful…

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 Board News: December 14, 2020

December 14, 2020

The Regular Meeting of the Langley Board of Education begins at 7:00 PM on December 15, 2020. Agenda Announcement Board Chair Rod Ross announced the name of the new school in the SW Yorkson area of Langley. He announced the new name as Donna Gabriel Robins Elementary, named after recently retired, long-time District Teacher in…

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 Building Relationships through Stories: Former refugee students share experiences

November 27, 2020

The Langley School District’s values include courage and community. Our schools continue to show examples of this in action. Earlier in the month, as a way to reflect on Remembrance Day, Vice-principal Jordan Howlett at Langley Secondary School (LSS) produced a video to share with students and staff to educate the school community about the…

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 Langley Schools There for One Another: Donation to Parkside Food Hub

November 26, 2020

“Everyone goes through tough times, sometime. So, we just need to be there for each other, and help when we can.” These are the sentiments of Principal Cathy Gracie at Parkside Centennial Elementary in Aldergrove. The school was the beneficiary of a generous donation of vegetables, collected by North Otter Elementary, and Topham Elementary. Families…

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 Information Release: Changes to the Langley Board of Education

November 18, 2020

On Tuesday, November 17, 2020, the Board of Education held an election to determine a new Chair and Vice-Chair for the remainder of the term, as per Policy 1204. The Board elected Trustee Rod Ross as the new Chair. Trustee David Tod was acclaimed as Vice-Chair. The Board welcomes Chair Rod Ross and are pleased…

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 Igniting a Passion for Lifelong Learning through Capstone: Teacher Erin Florko reflects on the joys and growth of students

November 17, 2020

One of the elements of the Langley School District’s vision is to ignite a passion for lifelong learning. Our Capstone presentations at the secondary level are an example of this in action. We celebrate these powerful projects every year, but it is not often we recognize the work from dedicated teachers who inspire our students….

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 Board News: November 17, 2020

November 16, 2020

The Regular Meeting of the Langley Board of Education begins at 7:00 PM on November 17, 2020. Agenda Nomination and Election of Chair and Vice-Chair As per Board policy 1204, the Board held an election for a new Chair and Vice-chair. Trustee Rod Ross was elected as the new Board Chair. Trustee David Tod was…

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 StrongStart: A place of community and growth

November 15, 2020

“I love seeing the connections that are created in the StrongStart environment that then grow outside the classroom and into the community,” says Samantha Collie. She is one of several StrongStart coordinators who work in the district. Collie is an Early Childhood Educator who facilitates the StrongStart Centre at Simonds Elementary and James Hill Elementary….

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 Small school, big heart: U-Connect students donate Cold Weather Packs just in time for winter

November 9, 2020

Snow is in the forecast for the Fraser Valley as a cold spell blows in. That means blankets, heaters, and hot cocoa for most of us. But for some, a warm shelter and safety isn’t always an option. This was part of the reason behind a community project put together by two grade 7 students,…

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 A frightfully fun Halloween

October 30, 2020

Halloween may have been different this year, but students and staff still put on their costumes and had a ton of fun! Check out some of the photo highlights from around the district. There were some amazing costumes out there!

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