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2018/2019 Regular School Calendar

Schools Opening Day for Students
Tue Sep 4, 2018
Non Instructional Day (Elementary & Secondary)
Fri Sept. 21, 2018
Non Instructional Day (Curiculum Implementation Day

 

Thanksgiving
Fri Oct 5, 2018
 
Mon Oct 8, 2018
Provincial Professional Development Day
Fri Oct. 19, 2018
   
No School-Stat in Lieu of Remenbrance Day
Mon Nov 12, 2018
1/2 Day Assessment/Evaluation 11am dismissal
Fri Nov 23, 2018
Parent/Teacher Conferences (Elem & Sec)- Students Not In Session)
Fri Dec 7, 2018
Last day before winter vacation
Fri Dec 21, 2018
Schools reopen
Mon Jan 7, 2019
District Professional Development Day
Fri Feb 15, 2019
Family Day
Mon Feb 18, 2019
1/2 Day Assessment/Evaluation (Elementary PM only)
Fri March 1 , 2019
NO SCHOOL
(In lieu of Parent/Teacher Conferences on Mar 1)
Fri Mar 15, 2019
Spring Break - NO SCHOOL
Mar 19-29, 2019
Schools Reopens
Good Friday
Easter Monday - NO SCHOOL
Mon April 1, 2019
Fri April 19, 2019
Mon April 22, 2019
   
 
 
Non Instructional Day
Fri May 17, 2019
Victoria Day
Mon May 20, 2019
Welcome to Kindergarten
Last Day of School for Students

 

 
Thur Jun 27, 2018
Adminstrative Day
Fri Jun 28, 2018
updated: July 6, 2018  

School Cash

Contact Us:

West Heights Community
School
32065 Van Velzen Avenue
Mission, BC, Canada
V2V 2G6

Tel: 604 826 6401

Fax: 604 826 9934

Principal

Darran Forrest

 

School Day

8:25 a.m. – 2:23 p.m.

First Bell: 8:25

Class time: 8:30-10:05

Recess: 10:05-10:20

Class time: 10:20-11:55

Lunch: 11:55-12:35

Class time: 12:35-2:23

Dismissal 2:23

 

No Stopping or Parking

Along the 'YELLOW PAINTED CURB LINE'.
There is room to stop along the side of the driveway coming into the school yard and exiting the school yard, as well as in the Parking area.
This is an 'EMERGENCY LANE' and is required by law to stay open.
Thank you
 

News:

Unscheduled Closures:

Parents / guardians please check

the District website: www.mpsd.ca for updates regarding inclement weather.

Also, you may tune your Radio to:

 

 

CLUB KIDS

To register, call the Mission Leisure Centre

Phone: 604.820.5360

 

 

Facility Rental

District of Mission - Parks, Recreation & Culture

7650 Grand Street, Mission, BC, V2V 3T3

Phone: 604-820-5368 | Fax: 604-826-4396

Email: rkleindienst@mission.ca 

Website: www.mission.ca/leisure

 

PAC FACEBOOK

click here To read about PAC Meetings and Events

 

Neuro Emotional Literacy

 

To sign up, click on the blue link below:

APPLICATION

 

What is it?  

Six one-afternoon-per-week workshops on how emotions work in the brain and the body,

how emotions can be recognized and managed, and how you can help your children learn to better manage their emotions.

Why? 

Research shows that children who have caregivers (i.e. parents, daycare workers, teachers) who have knowledge about

emotional literacy and who practice and model effective emotion regulation strategies: are more empathetic and less likely

to bully, are better able to cope with stress, do better in school, and experience higher degrees of emotional and physical well-being.

When? One day per week for 6 weeks: October 12–November  16, 2:30 – 5:00 p.m.

Information meeting/registration on October 5, 2017 at 2:25 p.m. Room 134.

Bring your children. Coffee/tea/juice and snacks served.

What’s in it for me?

  • Free childcare while you are attending the workshops
  • Free dinner for you and your family after each workshop
  • Free snacks for you and your children after school (and coffee/tea for adults)
  • Become a better manager of emotions to improve well-being for your family
  • Become part of a parent support group to relieve the stresses of childrearing
  • Certificate of Achievement

Comments from parents who have already completed the workshops:

“Every parent should take this course!”

“I am a better parent and a calmer person after taking this course.”

“Because of this course, I have tackled things I didn’t think I could ever do.”

“I made a very good friend because of this course.”

“I am so much better at dealing with the stress of parenting.”

Contact Dr. Kate Patten at kepatten@sfu.ca for more information.