Board News: May 24, 2022

May 23, 2022

Agenda The Regular Meeting of the Langley Board of Education will be in-person and streamed virtually using the online platform Microsoft Teams. Viewers can take part in real-time by clicking on the link here. For assistance: Watch this Microsoft Teams Attend a Live Event video for instructions on how to view the meeting. A link to…

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 Budget Consultation 2022-2023 Update

May 18, 2022

The Langley School District thanks all members of the community for taking part in the Budget Consultation 2022-2023. The District is pleased with the response from students, staff, and families, and looks forward to continuing to engage the community about education and budget matters in the years to come. The data and feedback gathered will…

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 Board News: April 19, 2022

April 18, 2022

Agenda Delegations Day of Mourning for Workers Killed and Injured (Tanya Kerr, New Westminster and District Labour Council) A presentation was made to recognize the Day of Mourning for Workers Killed and Injured, which will be observed on Wednesday April 28, 2022. One minute of silence was held to recognize and raise awareness for the…

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 Board News: February 22, 2022

February 21, 2022

Agenda Superintendent’s Reports COVID-19 Update Superintendent Mal Gill provided a few education related updates which took place over the last month before presenting the District’s COVID-19 update. He discussed the semester turn around transition at the secondary level which was very effective for both students and staff. He mentioned the Pro-D Odyssey Conference on February…

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 Board News: January 25, 2022

January 24, 2022

Agenda Announcement The Board Chair introduced the meeting with an announcement regarding the news of the discovery of 93 potential human burial sites at the Williams Lake First Nation. Superintendent’s Reports COVID-19 Update Superintendent Mal Gill began his presentation by introducing himself and explaining his background in education; a career which spans 30 years. He…

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 From the Langley Board of Education: Happy Holidays!

December 15, 2021

This has been another challenging year for all of us in the education system. As a Board, we want to commend all our students, staff, families and community partners for working together to ensure we ended the calendar year healthy, safe and successful. We continue to see throughout the year so many examples of amazing…

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 Board News: December 14, 2021

December 13, 2021

Agenda Superintendent’s Report Superintendent Gord Stewart started the presentation by sharing some examples of Christmas cheer from across the District. He shared some photos of holiday activities and charitable initiatives happening in schools. He also shared a video of an excerpt of the Langley Fine Arts Jazz Choir and the traditional pancake breakfast at Shortreed…

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 Langley Board of Education Elects Vice-Chair

November 17, 2021

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 who remains as…

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 Board News: November 16, 2021

November 15, 2021

Agenda   Board Election for Vice-Chair The Langley Board of Education nominated Trustee Marnie Wilson and Trustee Charlie Fox for the role of Vice-Chair which both trustees accepted. The Board voted and elected Trustee Marnie Wilson as the new Vice-Chair. Superintendent’s Reports Draft Reporting Order and Communicating Student Learning District Principal of Instructional Services George…

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 Message from the Langley Board of Education: Vaccine Mandate for Staff Update

November 12, 2021

At a Special In-Camera meeting on Tuesday, November 9, 2021, the Langley Board of Education voted not to proceed with a vaccination mandate for staff. The Board discussed the information provided by Fraser Health, the guidelines from the provincial advisory committee, and the potential implications a vaccine mandate would have on student learning and District…

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