Across the District, there are a variety of opportunities throughout the school year to celebrate diversity, inclusion and kindness.
Boards at Work
BCSTA’s newest publication, Boards at Work, was created to provide you with success stories that highlight the important contributions boards of education have in supporting our province’s students and the public education system that serves them.
Do you have a lead on something awesome happening your school district? Let us know so we can spread the word!
The Conseil scolaire francophone (CSF) is a public board of education that serves over 6,300 students in 47 French-language schools throughout the entire province of British Columbia.
Delta Secondary students’ vision to make a positive difference to their environment has led to the creation of a rain garden at the school.
Surrey and White Rock students from schools across the district are raising money to provide humanitarian aid to victims of last month’s Turkey-Syria earthquake.
On a cold and crisp winter day, students at Skwo:wech Elementary were slowly drummed into the gymnasium to gather in the round, to share appreciation and questions about a new
With the holidays upon us, and the seasonal temptation to have a few celebratory drinks, students are sending home a message about the dangers of impaired driving – drawn right
Cheakamus Centre was awarded this year’s Farm to School BC Pollinator Award – Vancouver Regional Hub. The award was presented during the Spring Celebration event at Van Tech Schoolyard Market Gardens
Two students in the Samuel Robertson Technical hairstylist program are heading to the national hairstylist skills championship after taking home medals at the provincial competition earlier this month.
School trustees are ordinary citizens elected by other citizens to represent the interest of the entire public in the education process of creating our next generation of citizens to strengthen
The SD83 Individual Achievement Program (IAP) is designed to support students with diverse abilities reach their full potential and transition into the larger community.