Welcome Back to School!

Grade 7 Parents

June 2020 Year End Principal’s Message

Clara Clark Bedding is in!

Clara Clark orders can be picked up at the Elks Center parking lot on Wednesday May 13th between 2-4pm. If that doesn’t work, you can email Kristin at kkirkby@hotmail.com to sort out another option.

Are you on the school email list?

Are you missing updates from the school?

Send an email to Mr. Parrish Child (​pchild@sd57.bc.ca) or
Mrs. Erin Norwood (enorwood@sd57.bc.ca) to get on the list!

Zoom Application and Parent/Guardian Consent Request

As you are aware there are some security concerns regarding the use of Zoom with our students.  The current Zoom application and platform available for use is only a version that is not a made for British Columbia version.  As a result we are asking parents/guardians to read the message below and complete a short Parent consent form.

School District 57 is governed by the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act which states that we must ask for informed consent before using tools and software that may store a student’s or parent’s personal information outside of Canada.

The below link will open an online consent form describing a tool we wish to use for continued educational support during the suspension of in-class instruction. Please read the information carefully and fill out the fields that follow, indicating if you give consent or not. This information will be kept on file for reference at your school.

Zoom Parent Consent link:


Notice for KRSS Catchment Students

Dear Heather Park Students and Parents,

Please see attached a letter from School District No. 57 Superintendent Anita Richardson. It references the online questionnaire that was developed and launched on March 20 to involve the public in ensuring concerns and aspirations are heard and considered regarding the KRSS naming decision. While we appreciate that this may not be your key priority right now, School District No.57 does want to ensure that you have the opportunity over the next few weeks to provide input.

The purpose of the online engagement platform is to hear from the public in an accessible forum and receive ideas on how to preserve the past (Shas Ti) and present (Kelly Road) in the new school building, opening September 2020.
The questionnaire is focused on experience-sharing and idea-generation. It is live until April 17 and cannot be delayed due to building construction timelines. Content will be reviewed, presented and shared publicly as recommendations to the School District 57 Board of Education for its decision on April 28, 2020.

Please click this link to access the questionnaire: http://bit.ly/KRSSengage 

Questions? Please email:

Younger students may need adult support in completing the questions. The form will take 10 to 15 minutes to complete.