A hundred sketchbooks recording the fruits of daily drawing by students at three Vancouver elementary schools are on display in a gallery exhibition this summer.
The summer break has given a group of Grade 12 Vancouver students a chance to feel the heat of an intense cookery program.
Sheila is one of more than 300 students graduating from Vancouver School Board’s adult education program this year and, like many of them, she has found it is unlocking new opportunities for her.
For the past two years the primary students at McBride Annex have been engaged in a study project, discovering what it means to be part of a community by exploring, and then reflecting on their natural surroundings through art.
Tupper Grade 12 student Hana Woldeyes has been presented with an award for being named the under 18 Everyday Political Citizen.
The Vancouver Board of Education has rejected a Ministry of Education proposal to partially address a $21.8 million shortfall in the district’s 2016-17 operating budget.
Queen Mary Elementary School students recently made collaborative drawings at Spanish Banks using found materials, as part of the Sketchbook Project. This year’s theme is Drawing Closer to Nature, so this workshop was held outdoors.