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The Week Ahead Apr 22 - 26

April 22 - 26



SCHOOL:  604-668-6660





May 2

Treat Day – popsicles for $ 1


May 6

PAC Meeting


May 7

Music in our Schools

Gateway Theatre


May 9

Welcome to Kindergarten event


May 10

Hot Lunch – Taco Luis

Spring Fling







Monday, April 22

  • Rainbow Club (11:50am in the gym)


Tuesday, April 23

  • International Book Day / Spirit Day (see below)


Thursday, April 25

  • Report cards published
  • BC Lions Energy Champions Presentation


Friday, April 26

  • Breakfast Club (8:00 am in the gym)
  • Yarn Club (11:50am in the library)
  • Hot Lunch – Sushi Lovers



  • On Tuesday, April 23rd we will be celebrating International Book Day, by having a Spirit Day.  Students are invited to dress up as their favourite book character, and are encouraged to bring the book with them, or just their favourite book.


  • The provincial government recently announced a renewal of funds for the Student and Family Affordability Fund.  This fund is designed to assist families who require financial assistance with school-related costs in the following areas:  school and course fees, school supplies and course materials, field trips, school-related extracurricular opportunities, and clothing and footwear required for sports and school activities.  Please reach out to Ms. Corneil, if you are in need of assistance.  As always, all requests will be treated with dignity and privacy will be respected.







Tru Earth - purchase eco-friendly cleaning products.

Tru Earth is offering all Steves Parents 30% off your entire order by using the discount code STRIP at checkout.  The school will still receive 20% of the amount you spend after the discount.


COBS Bread at Blundell Center - tell them that you want a portion of your purchase to go to Steves Elementary


Return-It Express - Print labels at their kiosk using the school phone number (604-668-6660)  then affix to your clear-plastic bag filled with drink containers.  Drop the bag in the window and the PAC receives the funds!


School Story in Action 2023-2024 


April 19, 2024 

We would like to continue to share our collaborative work in our Library Learning Commons (LLC). Division 11 has focused on the First People’s principle that learning requires the exploration of one's identity.  

As part of our school story and part of the JEDI inquiry grant, we have a focus on identifying personal strengths and abilities. Our goal is to encourage students to identify and acknowledge their strengths and abilities, and to activate students’ voices.  

Students had the opportunity to think about and to say who they are to the world around them. Students selected one word, creating an image and then a symbol to represent one part of their identity. Using the Spiral of Inquiry framework, students returned to their Identity Maps multiple times to reflect on, add or change their words. 

 This links to our School Story focus in the following way:   

Learning requires exploration of one‘s identity. 

(First Peoples Principals of Learning)