Most of our families are likely aware that our track at West Vancouver Secondary School, well-used by students throughout the district and the larger community for more than 70 years, has aged considerably and is in need of repair or replacement.Read More
First term report cards recently arrived at home, providing families with some insight into student performance. The province also got a report card last week, comparing BC student achievement to the rest of the world – and the results are outstanding.Read More
Very soon, students will be bringing home the first of three report cards for the current academic year. In the past, report cards were one of just a few formal means of communication between parents and teachers in the K-12 education system.Read More
Over the years, I have heard feedback from some outside the education sector that professional development…Read More
By Chris Kennedy, Superintendent of Schools
This fall, you’ll likely be hearing quite a lot about BC’s revised K-12 curriculum in the news, from your child’s teacher and from us. The media and many of those who work with schools or provide resources to schools have also started to pick up on the changes – and I’m sure there will be a lot more in that regard as we move through the year.
If the only constant is change, schools, parents and students will be in good company this fall, as the province moves to the next phase in a planned transition to the revised curriculum.Read More