Category: Programs and Services

Apparently, good things do come to those who work hard and are committed to providing quality innovative programming for learners. Designed for elementary students, the S.T.R.E.A.M. program uses science, technology and math, interpreted through engineering, robotics and the arts, to

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Heading into a local eatery to grab a sandwich, I was greeted by one of our high school parents who asked my why I was dressed so casually today. She saw the orange tee shirt over khaki pants and her

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The students, staff and parents of the Collaborative Education Alternative Program (CEAP) elementary age group came together with a number of community members to mount an ambitious theatre production entitled ‘Our Spirit of Canada’ hosted in the Whalebone Theatre at

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Guest blogger Brian Nikula, Principal of the Bowser School shares his thoughts on an exciting community project… The commitment of so many of the Bowser School community, to build our outdoor Cultural Learning Space, came to fruition in the form

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School District 69 is pleased to announce that one of the largest solar panel projects in BC has been installed this spring at False Bay School on Lasqueti Island, and was unveiled in a celebration on the May long weekend.

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They were in Howie Meeker country, playing a game at the Howie Meeker Rink, so it was was only fitting that the first inter-school hockey game played between Ballenas and Kwalikum Secondary students from the SD69 Hockey Program would turn-out

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We know that many of the neural pathways and social competencies required for successful lifelong learning are laid down before students enter kindergarten. In SD 69 we have long been committed to working with partner agencies, the community and parents

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  December 16, 2016 marked the eighth anniversary of a really great tradition of caring and community at Ballenas Secondary School. Over 750 students were treated to an amazing turkey lunch with all of the trimmings paid for, prepared and

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When I think of a jazz music experience, my mind goes to a sensory image involving a small dark room, comfortable overstuffed chairs, the smell of  cigarette smoke, amber liquids and a dimly lit stage. Thankfully jazz music has moved

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One of the most powerful tools we have for reaching and impacting youth and children is peer education.¬†Peer education makes use of peer influence in a positive way to support learning, personal growth and understanding. Peer Educators… Are less likely

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