Monthly Archives: November 2013

Git Hayetsk Dancers Performing at Community Gathering

Burnaby School District is pleased to have members of the Git Hayetsk Dancers perform tomorrow at our Community Gathering at Burnaby South.  Git Hayetsk are an internationally renowned West Coast mask dancing grouped based out of the Lower Mainland.  It should be a great night for all members of our community!

Aboriginal Community Gathering

All parents and guardians of Aboriginal students within Burnaby Schools are invited to join us for the last community gathering of 2013 which will be held Wednesday, November 27 from 5:30-7:30 at Burnaby South Secondary.  Join us for dinner, prizes and information about services in the District.  Please RSVP by calling 604-296-6900 or via email brandon.curr@sd41.bc.ca by no later than Friday, November 22 at noon. 

Nov 27 Community Gathering

North Roc’n Their Mocs

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It was Roc’ Your Moc’s Day at Burnaby North today.  Many staff and students got involved by wearing their moccasins to school today.

Enhancement Agreement Surveys

The first survey in our consultation process for our next Enhancement Agreement is ready to roll and we are seeking feedback from all stakeholders in education in Burnaby.  This first survey looks to collect baseline information that will help indicate where all stakeholders feel we are at in terms of meeting the goals outlined in the first Enhancement Agreement, while at the same time allowing for the indication of strategic areas of focus for goal development for the next enhancement agreement.  We appreciate your time in completing this survey and look forwad to sharing the information at our community gatherings.

Aboriginal Enhancement Agreement Survey 1

Burnaby Parks and Rec Youth Services Review

Burnaby Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services is in the process of reviewing their Youth Services Model.  An important part of this process is gathering feedback from youth, community organizations and parents. They are asking parents with youth 10-18 years of age to help with this review by completing a quick survey.  Please click on the link below to go to the website to do the survey online.  Once there, please click on the green ‘Parents’ button in the middle of the page.  Your feedback is valuable and will help to ensure that Burnaby continues to effectively meet the needs of our youth.  Please contact Kristine Lewis, Coordinator Youth Recreation Services, 604-320-2220 or

kristine.lewis@burnaby.ca if you have any questions. 

www.burnaby.ca/youth