On Monday, March 7th, as part of Burnaby Youth Week, two Byrne Creek students were awarded Burnaby Youth Citizenship Awards. Congratulations to Maya Arradaza and Justin Mah! Justin was also one of the students to receive a bursary of $100. Your leadership and generous volunteer involvement in your school and municipal communities are appreciated!
Since opening in 2005, Byrne Creek Community School has been committed to providing a comprehensive learning environment for its 1,000 students in grades 8–12. This year, there are 215
students in our Graduating Class of 2018. Our students represent over 80 countries and 55 different languages worldwide.
The majority of our graduates enroll in a post-secondary institution immediately after graduation. As tuition continues to rise and cost of books follow, the financial hardship experienced by students is significant. Our school hopes to provide bursaries for students in financial need to assist them in focusing more on their studies and less on their financial debt. We are happy to provide you with a tax receipt for donations over $20. You may make donations through SCHOOL CASH ONLINE here: https://burnaby.schoolcashonline.com.
Our community is stronger because of the connections we have with one another and we greatly appreciate your support. Feel free to contact me at email@example.com or at 604.296.6885.
Students in Grades 4, 7, 10 and 12, their parents and all staff in B.C. public schools are invited to participate in an annual online Student Learning Survey about their school experience. This Survey is unique in its scope, size and usefulness to schools. It gathers information from parents, school staff and students on topics related to school environment, safety, and achievement. The information is used for planning in individual schools and provides a district and provincial perspective.
We encourage you to participate in this survey, as the results are important in identifying current strengths, as well as determining where the school needs to focus on improvement. The surveys contain standard questions for the Province – in addition, questions from the school and/or district that focus on local conditions or issues are included. The Ministry of Education produced Provincial, District and School Reports for previous years, which can be viewed at the following site:
Parents can access the survey at www.bced.gov.bc.ca/sat_survey/access.htm (please select your child’s school and grade level in order to access the appropriate survey).
The survey will take 10 to 15 minutes to complete and has been extended until May 31, 2018.
This year locker assignment will be done online at https:\\byrnecreek.lockerassignment.com. The system will be available starting August 25th. Login using your student number as the user id and your birth date as the password, in “YYYYMMDD” format.