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
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.
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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.
Students at Burnaby North Secondary are getting ready for the first ever cross-district art exhibit for youth with diverse needs.
During election years trustees who have served 20 or more years on a board of education are recognized by the British Columbia School Trustee’s Association with an honorary life membership.
This year, the SD8 International Program was fortunate to host a Grade 12 student from Italy at LV Rogers Secondary School (LVR). The student is blind, so the first job
In October and November, SD27 staff had the opportunity to take part in a cross-cultural workshop presented by elders and knowledge keepers at Esk’etemc.
Students in Sa-Hali Secondary School’s Social Justice Club in School District 73 (Kamloops-Thompson) created an amazing video on anti-racism, discrimination and allyship.