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The Week Ahead June 10 - 14

June 10 - 14



SCHOOL:  604-668-6660






June 20

Community Walk (9:00am)


June 21

End of Year performance (10:30am in the gym)

Hot Lunch – Dairy Queen


June 25

Community Walk (9:00am)


June 27

Last day for students

Report cards published

Treat Day – popsicles

Grade 7 Leaving Ceremony

(3:30pm to 5:00pm in the gym)







Monday, June 10

  • Rainbow Club (11:50am)


Thursday, June 13

  • Treat Day - popsicles


Friday, June 14

  • Fun Day
  • Yarn Club (11:50am) last one





  • Divisions 1 thru 6 will be learning / playing Ultimate Frisbee this week Monday thru Wednesday.


  • Our lost and found items will be donated at the end of the school year.  If you are missing a jacket or sweatshirt, please come by the office and have a look.


  • The Yarn Club will conclude for the year on Friday, June 14th


  • Our Annual Fun Day will take place on Friday morning.  We will have several fun stations set up with activities and snacks for the students.  The PAC will be providing one hot dog with ketchup per student.  Please send additional food including a snack for your child.







Tru Earth - purchase eco-friendly cleaning products.

Tru Earth is offering all Steves Parents 25% off your entire order by using the discount code JUNE25 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 

June 7, 2024 


We would like to focus on Universal Design for Learning (UDL). UDL designs learning opportunities that are accessible for all students. A metaphor to explain would be the following: we design a staircase for everyone to go up not just those who can walk.  


The lessons are not based on grades but the needs of students. Lessons are provided in small groups. Based on interest, students choose purposeful work and there are different things going on in the c lass with a working hum. Students experience independence through purposeful choice making which teaches them freedom with responsibility. 


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

Learning requires exploration of one’s identity. 

(First Peoples Principals of Learning) 






Updated: Friday, June 7, 2024