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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 Board News: October 19, 2021

October 18, 2021

Agenda   Superintendent’s Reports COVID-19 Update Superintendent Gord Stewart provided the Board an update on COVID-19 in schools and provincial guidelines. He gave an overview of common questions from parents and the community regarding mask wearing, vaccine mandate, COVID-19 notifications, and the topic of parents in schools. He touched on the updated provincial mask mandate…

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 A Message from the Langley Board of Education

September 28, 2021

On behalf of the Langley Board of Education, we would like to extend our heartfelt apologies to the Indigenous community for the discussion and comments expressed at the Regular Meeting of the Board on September 21, 2021. We acknowledge that we must be more collaborative and respectful in order to honour our commitment to reconciliation…

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 Board News September 21, 2021

September 20, 2021

  Agenda Announcement and presentation – National Day for Truth and Reconciliation District Principal of the Aboriginal Program Mike Pue gave a presentation centered around the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. He began by explaining the First People’s Principles of Learning. He says the journey of Truth and Reconciliation starts with understanding the beginning….

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 Langley School District Superintendent Announces Retirement

September 15, 2021

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 role of superintendent…

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 A Message from the Langley Board of Education: Welcome Back!

September 7, 2021

On behalf of the Langley Board of Education, we want to welcome back all our returning students, new students, and families to the start of another school year. We hope you all had a chance to connect and create memories with loved ones over the summer. We are entering the school year with more optimism…

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 Statement from the Langley Board of Education: Half-masting Flags

July 25, 2021

The Langley Board of Education acknowledges that many in our community are continuing to grieve as more unmarked graves are unearthed at former Residential school sites across the country. To honour the many children who did not return, those who survived and their families who are grieving, the Board passed the following motion on Saturday,…

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 A Message from the Langley Board of Education 

June 28, 2021

On behalf of the Langley Board of Education, we want to express our deepest appreciation to all our students and families. You have all worked together to ensure we were able to keep our schools open and have our students continue learning in a healthy and safe environment. To say this was a challenging year…

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