Bring your unwanted electronics to Sands Secondary this weekend to be recycled.
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In response to the tragic news of the remains of 215 children found at the former Residential School in Kamloops last week, the Delta School District held a ceremony at the School Board Office on June 1 to honour these children and all those affected by the Residential School System. Knowledge Keeper,… Read more »
This year, the theme for Emergency Preparedness Week (May 2 – 8) is “Be Ready for Anything”.
While the current global health crisis created by COVID-19 has had an unprecedented impact, Emergency Preparedness Week is a reminder to us all to take actions to be better prepared to protect ourselves, individuals in our care and our families…. Read more »
Delta School District staff and the Board of Trustees are committed to a thoughtful and student-centred approach to balancing the budget each year.
A balanced budget is a stipulation of the School Act.
2021/22 BUDGET OVERVIEW
The Annual Operating Budget for 2021/22 is $169.480 million.
The District anticipates a growth in enrollment of 35 full-time enrolled (FTE) students for the 2021/22 school year,… Read more »
While staff and students are away… our Facilities Team has been hard at work.
With hallways and classrooms empty during Spring Break, it’s the perfect time for our crews to complete some major (and minor) renovations. Below are just some of the many projects our team has been working on over the last two weeks…. Read more »
Is your child turning five this year? If so, you can register your child to start Kindergarten in September. Online registration will remain open until March 26, 2021.
Please visit the Kindergarten page on the district’s website for instructions on how to register online and details of the accompanying documentation required: https://www.deltasd.bc.ca/schools/student-registration/kindergarten/
Please register your child as soon as possible…. Read more »
On Thursday, March 11, staff and students at the Delta School District are holding Roc Your Mocs, an event to celebrate cultural diversity and identity through traditional footwear.
The original ‘Rock Your Mocs’ event takes place annually in November. The campaign started in 2011 in the U.S. in support of National Native American Heritage Month and provides a positive opportunity for Indigenous people to unite and celebrate tribal individuality by wearing moccasins…. Read more »
Delta School District is pleased to accept applications from families and students residing within and outside of the Delta School District. We offer a wide range of learning programs for all students.
In previous years, parents were able to apply online or in person. This process has been revised for the 2021/22 school year as a result of the ongoing pandemic…. Read more »
Kindergarten registration for the 2021/22 school year runs from February 16 – 23. As a result of the pandemic, Delta School District has moved its registration process online this year.
Detailed instructions on how to register will be posted on the district’s website in early February. Please note: Schools will not accept registration documents in person…. Read more »
General Info on school exposure from Fraser Health
If your child’s school has been notified of an exposure, no action is required unless you are contacted by Public Health or are otherwise directed by school officials.
Public Health will contact you directly in case of any school exposure involving your child…. Read more »
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Hindi-Daily health check form Punjabi-Daily health check form… Read more »
Peek at the Week August 28 2020
You should have received an email with this letter from Mrs. Palmer. Important information about back to school and links for more information is inside.
There is also a Parent Survey so that you can let us know your plans for your child(ren)’s learning this year…. Read more »
We had such a great time on Pink Day!
Thank you to Emily, Alexandra, Emma and Ella L for teaching us the dance moves to Flo Rida’s, “That’s What I Like.” Even the parents and teachers were getting into the groove!
Thank you to the PAC volunteers who decorated our hallways and entranceway with hearts and pink shirts with positive messages to remind us to choose kindness and make a little bit of effort to change someone’s day…. Read more »
We have spoken with the mountain and the bus company and we will be heading to the slopes on Thursday Jan 30, Thursday Feb 13, Monday Feb 24 and Thursday March 5.
Be sure to check the forecast and dress for changing weather. Please be at the school at 7AM to load the buses and head for the snow…. Read more »
Please visit the links below for important information from Fraser Health.
• Reminder letter regarding BC’s new vaccination status reporting regulation – https://district.public.deltasd.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2020/01/FH-Immunization-record-letter-to-parents-Jan-2020.pdf
• Important information on Coronavirus – https://www.deltasd.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2020/01/SchoolMemo_CoronavirusUpdate_24Jan2020.pdf
If you have any questions regarding Coronavirus, please call 811 or visit the BC Centre for Disease Control website for further information…. Read more »
We will be filling our tummies with pancakes, eggs, and sausages with Santa on Tuesday, Dec. 10th starting at 7:30AM.
All items are $1 each. Santa is scheduled to arrive at 8:15AM.
Thank you to all of our parent volunteers and PAC for organizing this fun and yummy annual event!… Read more »
We are decking the halls and singing our hearts out to get ready for “Holly Jolly Christmas – Canada’s Favourite Game Show”
The dress rehearsal so that all students can see the show will be on Tuesday at 1:30PM. The matinee performance will be on Wednesday afternoon at 1:15PM and the evening performance will be on Thursday at 6:30PM…. Read more »
Head lice are very common and easy to check for. It has nothing to do with the cleanliness of the environment, but they are spread by head-to-head contact which can sometimes happen at school.
If we do see nits or adult lice in your child’s hair, we will inform you by phone and a letter home…. Read more »
FREE INFO NIGHT May 1st @SDSS 7-8:30PM
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