Reporting update

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Our district reporting committee has been working hard to refine our reporting practice as the new Ministry of education curriculum becomes the norm in school.  We will continue to have student focussed conferences that emphasize the processes of learning as much as the products.  Please feel free to discuss any questions you might have with your teacher or I.


Stuart Richardson 604 626 1772

Welcome Back to School!


Just a quick reminder to all our parents and students that school starts on Tuesday September 6 at 8:30.  Students will go to their last year’s classroom where their teachers will meet them.  New students to our school will go to the library to meet with Mr. Bisset.  Students will be dismissed at 11:00 am.  There are several new teachers at our school who will meet their students in their last year’s classroom.  Any questions or concerns, please call the office or email Stuart Richardson or Shirley Tosh.


Kindergarten through grade 3 students will share supplies bulk ordered by our school. Parents will be billed approximately $42 for their child’s supplies and planner.  parents are also welcome to purchase their own supplies for their child.

Grade 4 through 7 students will be able to use their last year’s supplies or purchase new as needed. supply lists are available at the office.

We look forward to seeing you all on Tuesday!


Stuart Richardson,,  604 626 1772

District Busing Survey

Dear parent/guardian,

As you may know, in order to meet the provincially mandated administrative savings target of $1.35 million, the Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows School District Board of Education made the difficult decision during last years budget process to discontinue regular student transportation starting September 2016.

We are writing today because school bus transportation provider First Student Canada is exploring the possibility of offering school bus service in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows for a fee for the 2016-2017 school year, and has prepared a survey to determine how many parents would be interested in this service. 

To take this brief survey, visit The survey will close on Friday, May 20, 2016.

For more information about the Board’s decision to discontinue regular student transportation, visit

Babysitting course offered

Red Cross Babysitting Course

So you want to be a babysitter? Or, your parents want you to take this course so they feel confident leaving you at home alone? Babysitting with First Aid Hero emphasizes learning through real life scenarios. information covered includes: Exploring the business of babysitting, creating safe environments, safely caring for ages 0-12, and first aid skills.

Red Cross Babysitting Course

Maple Ridge, Feb.18th, 2016, 8:30-3:30                        

Grade 6+     

$60 + GST online registration