News & Announcements

A Letter to Parents and Guardians - Future of Education

As we draw to an end of spring break with what would have been a return to classroom instruction, the weeks ahead will be different. Superintendent of Schools Tom Demeo reaches out to families with the reassurance that education will continue, albeit in a new format for our students.
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COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

We have compiled frequently asked questions to help address concerns from families and staff and how everyone can play a role in preventing the spread of the Novel Coronavirus and other illnesses. We will continue to update this resource as new further information becomes available.
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Provincial COVID-19 updates as of March 27

The Provincial Health Officer (PHO) continues to provide daily updates on recent confirmed cases in British Columbia. New direction and measures to contain the COVID 19 virus and stop its spread continue are updated daily in announcements by the Ministries of Health and Education and are regularly posted on the District website.
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Childcare Needs Assessment Survey

We are responding to the governments plea to support essential service workers and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To determine the childcare need in our community, a short survey has been created to explore where in our region assistance is needed and the number of children in a household requiring childcare.
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Queneesh school community disheartened by graffiti

Queneesh Elementary was extensively targeted with spray paint across the exterior walls of the school leaving students, staff and the community disappointed and concerned. In response, Montessori grade 6 and 7 retailiated with ink on paper to express their dismay and to learn the power of "positive" activism.
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Valley students to represent Canada on the robotics world stage

Two Valley secondary school teams successfully qualified to compete in the VEX Robotics World Championships in Louisville, Kentucky in April.
Students from Mark R. Isfeld Secondary captured first place Saturday at the Vancouver Island Regional Tournament on a team with students from Victoria’s Claremont Secondary. Joining these teams will be robotic students from NIDES Navigate.
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