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.

Care ~ Engage ~ Inspire

Here is a message for parents, guardians and caregivers from our Superintendent, Rohan Arul-pragasam.

Dear Raven Families:

As we head into our new and near normal opening, we trust that you had a fun-filled summer and would like to welcome you to the 2022-23 school year. Beginning a new school year brings about enthusiasm for the "new" possibilities and starting fresh. Whether it's new uniforms, new school supplies, a new grade, new classrooms, new teachers, new friends or a new schedule- there are many new pieces to create excitement for a new school year.

This year we have many new students joining our Raven family. We would like to take some time to extend a warm welcome to all of the new Ravens joining us, in particular our Kindergarten students who are beginning their school and RTCS journey. Please note our Kindergarten students will join us for their first Mini Session on September 9. The gradual entry program will begin on September 12. The first fulI day will be on September 19. Families will be contacted about their interview time.

The first day of… more

Dear parents, guardians and students in the Fraser Health region,

We look forward to the 2022/2023 school year and continuing to support the health and well-being of school communities in our region. We are sharing the following web resources and information about public health services with you to support a healthy and safe return to school for all students and their families/guardians.

School health resources:

Check out our Healthy Back to School Guide (fraserhealth.ca/schools) for information on how to help children manage back to school anxiety, eat healthily, safely travel to and from school and sleep well. You’ll also find resources for parents/guardians and children around overdose awareness and prevention, substance use, gender and sexual identity, and healthy relationships.

COVID-19 guidance for schools

For updated provincial guidance and information about schools and COVID-19… more

no cell phones allowed

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 in… more
June 5th
Div. 63 Trip / Community Forest
June 5th
Drama Club Performances / "Mystery Cafe"
June 7th
Div. 2H Trip / Community Forest
June 9th
Elementary Spring Concert in the Multi-Purpose Room
June 14th
PAC Pancake Breakfast in the Multi-Purpose Room
June 15th
Band Concert (Multi-Purpose Room
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