Management staff reorganized and reduced as budget savings measure

The District has made reductions to management staff and reorganized responsibilities in advance of final budget decisions as a way to protect service in the classrooms and to build a financially sustainable organization.

Building a learning community

A recent renovation at MacCorkindale Elementary gives planners and school-based staff an opportunity to build a learning community.

Students Stand-Up for Racial Equality

Students at Windermere Secondary School showed their support for racial equality on March 21, the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

VSB sustainability action plan Show and Tell

The VSB school community is invited to learn more about the VSB's draft sustainability action plan.

Kidsafe pancake breakfast honours the Heroes Among Us

KidSafe Project Society honoured the “Heroes Among Us” at their annual pancake breakfast this morning at Florence Nightingale Elementary School.

Earth Day Vancouver Celebration needs you

A group of youth from Windermere Secondary School called Y4CJN (Youth For Climate Justice Now) are holding the first Youth-led Earth Day Vancouver Celebration on Earth Day, Friday, April 22, 2011. 

KidSafe opens schools at Spring Break

KidSafe, in partnership with the Vancouver School Board, provides free full day programming, nutritious meals and field trips during Spring Break for children referred to the program by their schools.

Meet the Community School Teams

Ron Bergeron is the District Principal who oversees the Community School Teams in Vancouver schools. We asked him to tell us about the key role the teams play in providing valuable before and after school programs for our students.

Vote for the BC Green Games

VSB students have joined others from across the province to creatively showcase their school’s green efforts for the 2011 BC Green Games.

Mayor proclaims March 1 Vancouver School Safety Patrol Day

Mayor Robertson proclaimed March 1 “Vancouver School Safety Patroller Day” in recognition of the more than 1,300 students from 37 elementary schools who volunteer each school year to help guard busy intersections near schools.