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 New elementary school coming for students in Langley

May 18, 2023

LANGLEY – Students in the growing Willoughby area of Langley will soon benefit from a new elementary school. The school will include a neighbourhood learning centre that will offer services, such as child care, to benefit families in the broader community. “I understand how important it is for parents to know that their kids are…

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 Langley Education Centre Celebrates POLS Status 

January 30, 2023

The Langley Education Centre (LEC) is excited to announce it will be an official Provincial Online Learning School (POLS) beginning in September 2023. The centre offers flexible programs for young adults and mature students and will be one of 18 public hubs around BC that offer an online program or courses to students living anywhere…

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 Students at Peter Ewart Middle school to get safer, expanded school

June 16, 2022

LANGLEY — Students, parents and staff can look forward to a safer, larger school with 11 more classrooms, now that funding has been approved to seismically upgrade and expand Peter Ewart Middle school. “Our government is making historic investments to build and upgrade schools across the province, providing students with 21st-century learning environments that will…

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 Vanguard Secondary school upgrades to improve seismic safety

April 13, 2022

LANGLEY — Construction is about to start on a partial seismic replacement at Vanguard Secondary school, giving students a safer place to learn. “Vanguard Secondary offers such inspiring and innovative programs for youth, and I’m excited about the work being done to support Langley students in all aspects of their learning,” said Jennifer Whiteside, Minister…

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 New Langley School District Leadership Team

November 17, 2021

Langley, BC – The Langley School District is pleased to announce the appointments of Edward (Woody) Bradford as Deputy Superintendent of Schools, Lisa Lainchbury and Marcello Moino as Assistant Superintendents of Schools effective on January 4, 2022. The positions were filled following a search and interview process undertaken to replace the role vacated by Mal…

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 Langley Board of Education Elects Vice-Chair

November 17, 2021

Langley, BC – On Tuesday, November 16, 2021, the Board of Education held an election to determine a new Vice-Chair, under the guidelines of Policy 7 (Board Operations). The Board elected Trustee Marnie Wilson. The Board welcomes Vice-Chair Marnie Wilson in her new role and is pleased to continue to work with Trustee Rod Ross…

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 Langley, Maple Ridge families benefit from more child care spaces

November 16, 2021

Langley, BC — More parents in Langley and Maple Ridge will be able to pursue their work or education goals, thanks to 209 child care spaces opening in the coming months. “With 209 additional child care spaces to be open and running by the end of this year, more families in Langley and Maple Ridge…

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 Seamless Day Kindergarten pilot program expands

October 18, 2021

Langley, BC – Some of B.C.’s youngest learners and their families will benefit from an expansion of the Seamless Day Kindergarten pilot program as it grows from four schools to 25. “I’m thrilled with the success of the Seamless Day Kindergarten pilot program so far. That’s why we are expanding it to another 21 schools,”…

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 Langley School District Superintendent Announces Retirement

September 15, 2021

Langley, BC – After more than 30 years with the Langley School District, Superintendent Gord Stewart announces he will be retiring in the new year. Mr. Stewart has had a successful career in education. He started as a teacher, then moved on to positions as vice- principal, principal, assistant superintendent, and finally taking on the…

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 Sixteen new, improved schools to start school year

September 2, 2021

Langley, BC – Right in time for the new school year, more than 8,600 students will be returning to safer and modernized classrooms at 16 new or improved schools throughout the province. The Government of B.C. has invested almost $353 million in these schools. “Every child deserves the best learning experience possible, and every teacher…

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