Understanding genocide: Point Grey students learn about Ukrainian holocaust from travelling classroom

Point Grey Secondary students learned about how genocide can begin, its effects, and how they could play a role in preventing another genocide from taking place.

Letter from Official Trustee about by-elections, her evolving role

Official Trustee Dianne Turner says VSB's focus will not waiver from delivering a quality education

A hiring frenzy to recruit teachers for start of school year

VSB human resources staff are continuing their hiring frenzy as students at the Vancouver School Board’s 109 schools come for their first full day of the 2017-18 school year.

Take extra care on the roads with schools back in session

VSB official trustee Dianne Turner delivers road safety message

Welcome back from VSB's interim superintendent and official trustee

Welcome to the 2017/2018 school year! It promises to be an exciting year ahead in the Vancouver School District.

Back-to-School Tips: How to help your child get a terrific start

Things to keep in mind to help the transition from summer go smoothly

Students find more inspiration in nature with the Sketchbook Project at VSB

Many VSB schools took part in the Sketchbook Project in 2017, and more can participate in 2018 in this hands-on opportunity for students to participate in daily drawing, influence confidence in drawing skills and learn ways to talk about art.

Vancouver teacher honoured with Prime Minister’s Award

Beloved Templeton Film and Theatre department head Jim Crescenzo has been honoured with an award for excellence in teaching. 

Britannia carving pavilion honoured with Indigenous name

A newly completed carving pavilion that is part of the Britannia secondary school complex has been given its Indigenous name.  

Adult Education in Vancouver School Board – Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to some frequently asked questions about adult education at VSB for the 2017-18 school year