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Students' handmade warnings issued to drivers
RCMP officers and volunteers have been outside Surrey schools reminding drivers to drive safely in school zones.
Drivers are being given drawings done by students which include messages urging them not to engage in dangerous activities such as speeding or using their cell phones - as well as information about possible fines they'll face if they do break the law.
The initiative is part of the Think of Me - Leave it Alone road safety campaign, a partnership between Surrey Schools, Surrey RCMP and ICBC, with a focus this year on distracted driving.
Orange Shirt Day honours residential school survivors & victims
Staff, students and district staff pulled out out their pumpkin-coloured clothing Sept. 30 for
Orange Shirt Day
The day is meant to honour those who survived Indian Residential Schools and remember those who did not survive.
The motto of the day is Every Child Matters and serves not only as a reminder that all children, regardless of background, are important, but as a commitment that we will do all we can to ensure students' self-esteem and well-being.
Raven Supply provides emergency funds for vulnerable students
Raven Supply has generously continued their support at Frank Hurt Secondary, providing $5,500 for an emergency fund that can be accessed for vulnerable youth in desperate situations.
These funds have proved essential in many situations where students find themselves in need.
Raven Supply also donated $1,000 to the after-school program BLAST at Bridgeview Elementary.
Drinking water update
Sep 1 2016
Extensive school water quality tests were completed over the summer.
Heart-Mind conference aims to help cultivate resilience in children
Sep 26 2016
Surrey School District welcomes province-wide anti-bullying initiative
Sep 8 2016
Here we grow again!
Sep 6 2016
Thanksgiving - No school
Surrey Board of Education Meeting
A reminder today and each day... Every child matters!!!
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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.