New Zealand All Blacks Sevens teach a lesson on humility at Charles Tupper Secondary

Sir Charles Tupper Secondary School's boys rugby team learnt about humility and rugby with hour-long workshop with three  players from the All Blacks Sevens. 

Students across the district encouraged to make lots of noise in The Great Big Crunch

On March 1 students at elementary schools across Canada took big, loud bites of fresh, crisp fruits or vegetables and the resulting crunch was heard from coast to coast to coast.

Vancouver students showcase their achievements at two district science fairs

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Vancouver students showcase their achievements at two district science fairs

The Vancouver District Science Fair was held last Friday at Langara College, where students from schools across VSB presented their projects. The VSB Science Celebration was also held last weekend, with elementary school students showing their projects at Science World.

Board of Education writes to Ministers of Finance and Education to lay out concerns about Employer Health Tax

The Vancouver Board of Education has written to the provincial government to express concerns about the effect the Employer Health Tax will have on VSB's budget.

Chamber Choir Festival brings seven schools together in song

The auditorium at Magee Secondary School rang out with song on a February evening as seven of Vancouver’s top chamber choir ensembles from secondary schools across the district gathered for a celebration of vocal accomplishment.

New curriculum begins next year for Grade 10s, meaning new options for this year's Grade 9s in course selection

Third in a series on BC’s new curriculum and what it means for VSB students. It’s course planning time at VSB high schools, which means parents and students are looking at course choices, but for students currently in Grade 9, this year offers some new choices.