Developing a Culture of Emergency Preparedness

Published on November 6, 2016

Students and staff of the West Vancouver School District work and learn in one of Canada’s safest communities, supported and protected by outstanding emergency response professionals.  

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Parents Make a Difference

Published on November 6, 2016

There are many ways parents make a difference in their children’s success at school.  Parents who talk with their children about their day at school or who make sure there is a quiet place to do homework or who serve on school councils or who volunteer on school trips and in class activities are all examples of engaged parents.

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Why Professional Development?

Published on October 25, 2016

Did you know that the most important factor contributing to a student’s success in school is the quality of teaching and school leadership?

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Growth and Innovation: The Mindsets of Success

Published on September 27, 2016

At our September parent information evening, Principal Valerie Brady and Vice-Principal Nathan Blackburn outlined the routines and structures at Ridgeview school to ensure a strong start to the school year.

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First Weeks of School

Published on September 12, 2016

Back to school time often means changes for children and families. Making smooth transitions between home and school can help children feel good about themselves and help them to trust other adults and children.

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Principal’s Words to the Grade 7 Class of 2016

Published on July 5, 2016

Welcome parents and guests to the Class of 2016 Leaving Ceremony. Thank you for joining us this morning.
When principals give farewell speeches to classes leaving their school,

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Mayfair 2016

Published on May 19, 2016

The Ridgeview MayFair event is a school sponsored event that generates energy and spirit from the entire WV community.
This year’s MayFair event was coordinated by Ridgeview parents Julie Cameron and Kerra Sugdon and supported by Ridgeview PAC Chairpersons Nancy Saar and Nicole Clough as well as a host of Ridgeview parent and student volunteers.

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