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First DL PAC Meeting Monday Sept 19th, CPF Meeting TONIGHT and Welcome Back Night is postponed

Date: September 13, 2016 Author: PAC Secretary Categories: Activities & Programs, Announcements 0

PAC mtgAll invited to attend the first DL PAC meeting of the year. Join us Monday September, 19th from 7-8 pm in the MPR. Special guests will be a team of Gr 7’s who will do a trial run of their presentations on What Makes a Great School which they will be presenting to the North Vancouver District PAC later this month. Come show your support and take pride in the leadership roles our intermediate students have taken on. Also, Principal Arlie Thomson and Vice-Principle Megan Wheatley will give us a preview of what’s ahead in the busy 2016/17 school year as we implement the new BC Curriculum. Plus, you don’t want to miss what the DL Social Committee has got planned for the year! Childcare available upon request at emaildlpac@gmail.com.

 


cpfWe invite French Immersion students currently in Grades 6-11 and their parents, as well as North Vancouver School District staff, to attend the Board of Education Standing Committee Public Meeting on Tuesday, September 13th at 7 p.m. at the Education Services Centre (2121 Lonsdale Ave).

In January 2016 the North Vancouver School District began a review of the French Immersion Program.  The key mandate for this review is to enhance the school district’s French Immersion program K-12 by reviewing accessibility and programming options.  Currently, the District French Immersion Review Committee is focused on exploring options for increasing flexibility and choice in French Immersion programming at the secondary level.

During the spring of 2016, the District French Immersion Review Committee conducted a series of surveys with students, parents and staff.  Further consultation took place in person with students and staff at all French Immersion secondary sites.  The committee reviewed the feedback gathered through this process and developed a proposal for a redesigned French Immersion secondary program (8-12), which aligns with the new BC Curriculum and honours both the goal of increased flexibility in programming and the responses heard from key stakeholder groups.

The French Immersion Review Committee is committed to engaging in meaningful consultation with staff, students, and parents to further inform our processes and recommendations. 

At this meeting we will present an overview of our consultation process and the recommendations we will present to the Board of Education on October 18, 2016.


Important MessageDue to fire related damage and ongoing repairs in the DL Gym, the Welcome Back Night originally scheduled for September 28th has been postponed. We will notify you of the new date ASAP.

 

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