Rosedale Traditional Community School is a compassionate community of learners who CARE and nurture a culture of kindness and acceptance, ENGAGE in active and innovate experiences, and INSPIRE curiosity, discovery and achievement.
This document was developed by the Ministry of Education in collaboration with the BC Centre for Disease Control, Indigenous rightsholders and education partners – including teachers, parents and school leaders – to outline requirements and recommended measures for K-12 school communicable disease prevention plans. These comprehensive guidelines build on the Public Health Communicable Disease Guidance for K-12 Schools developed by the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC).
WorkSafeBC guidance for workplaces should be used to determine what measures should be in place for non-school spaces operated by a school district or independent school authority (e.g. board/authority offices, maintenance facilities, etc.).
Guiding principles of the K-12 sector response, as well as additional guidance regarding students from First Nations communities, and students and parents/caregivers with immune compromise or medical complexity is available in the K-12 Education Recovery Plan… more
We are pleased to announce that the Chilliwack School District will once again be offering a robust Summer Learning program for students in Grades 1 through 12.
DATES & TIMES Monday, July 4th – Friday, July 15th 8:30am to 12:30pm
LOCATION All programs will take place at Chilliwack Secondary (unless otherwise specified*).
COST This program is free to B.C. residents.
REGISTRATION Registration will open on Monday, April 25th and will be completed online at our website: https://sd33.bc.ca/summer-learning-registration. Registration closes on Friday, June 17th.
Select PROGRAM OVERVIEW and open the pdf to view course offerings.
As part of the Province of British Columbia’s commitments to truth, reconciliation, and anti-racism, the Ministry of Education will be implementing an Indigenous-focused graduation requirement for all students. The proposed model for the new requirement would allow secondary students to meet the requirement through a variety of existing and new course options, beginning in the 2023/24 school year.
Please complete this 15-minute survey to share your feedback on the Indigenous-focused graduation requirement. Your participation in this survey is entirely voluntary and anonymous.
All School District 33 Middle Schools aspire to have a positive and productive learning environment with a focus on academic achievement and appropriate socialization. It is a privilege to have cell phones at school – we desire to have students use these devices in a responsible and appropriate manner. Our classroom and school wide expectations include:
- At break and lunch periods, students are encouraged to be active and socialize with friends. Students are not permitted to use their cell phones and other devices during this time.
- Students are encouraged to leave their devices in their lockers, however if students take their cell phones/electronic devices to class they must be turned off. Teachers may collect cell phones at the beginning of class and return them at the end of class. Your child’s teachers will decide if students can use them during class for educational purposes.
- Please do not text/call your child while they are… more