After a long, luxurious summer of sunshine, travels, family, and friends I settled in over the Labour Day weekend to refocus and think about what this September will bring.
We were very pleased to host special guests Todd Lund and Maureen Lee at our January 2018 PAC Meeting at PJ.
Before French language acquisition, before literacy and numeracy, before athletics and inquiry and coding and Big Ideas – this year at École Pauline Johnson we will lead with the heart.
Ji Hoon and Christina, both in their first year of Late French Immersion at École Pauline Johnson elementary, are very enthusiastic about their most recent learning experience with the BC Election.
Have you been to Purebread in Whistler? If you have not, you should pay them a visit. A long line-up curls out their ever-open front doors and leads to a sensory overload.
Likely no different than each of you, I was significantly influenced by two historical events that occurred this summer. Both created an ongoing emotional journey for our nation and for me,
It is hard to find the words to express how I am feeling right now, as I sit here to write my final message to you as your Principal.
Dear students and parents, staff and guests,
Welcome to our grade 7 promotion, thank you all for sharing this important event with us!
At Pauline Johnson, we believe that it is important to instill the belief in our students that each one of us can make a difference in our world.
Kindergarten students are developing their phonological awareness, learning to count and converse ‘en français’, through movement, song and play. They learned about seasonal changes,