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Staples, Telus and RBC fill backpacks for kids
Telus Community Ambassadors' Kits for Kids Program and Staples' Stuff the Bus initiative have combined forces again this year to donate 500 backpacks filled with supplies for elementary and secondary students in Surrey.
RBC branches in Surrey also joined in the campaign this year, funding the purchase of an additional 100 backpacks and supplies.
In total, 27 elementary and secondary schools received supplies this year valued at more than $40,000.
Philanthropist helps sustain weekend food program
Dave Sidoo is a prominent Vancouver-based businessman who is passionately involved in philanthropy. Sidoo donated $10,000 towards the Weekend Food Program at one of Surrey's inner-city elementary schools.
Through the Vancouver Adopt-A-School Program, Sidoo provided funding to sustain a year-long program supporting families with weekend food.
Relate Church is also involved in the project, providing the volunteer support to sustain the day-to-day operations of the program.
Drinking water update
Sep 1 2016
Extensive school water quality tests were completed over the summer.
Surrey School District welcomes province-wide anti-bullying initiative
Sep 8 2016
Here we grow again!
Sep 6 2016
Are you covered if your child is injured at school?
Aug 25 2016
Thanksgiving - No school
Surrey Board of Education Meeting
for your work with Orange Shirt Day - Sept 30
Carbon Neutral Action Report 2015
Letter Grade Pilot Project Summary
SD36 Long Range Facilities and Education Plan June 2015
Superintendent Report on Student Achievement 2014-15
Surrey Schools Capital Plan
Surrey school calendar
Superintendent Jordan Tinney's blog
New Clayton area secondary school consultation
We prepare our learners to think creatively and critically, communicate skillfully, and demonstrate care for self and others.
We are the largest district in B.C. and one of few growing districts in the province. We have 125 kindergarten to Grade 12 schools and serve Surrey, White Rock and the rural area of Barnston Island. We offer a wide range of education and support programs to students of all ages.