Our vice principal, Kim Luteijin is in Guanzhou, China as part of B.C. Premier Christy Clark’s trade mission. We welcome the opportunity to host more students from Guanzhou, and continuing a fruitful and dynamic relationship!
A pumpkin growing competition crowned a new champion in Fort Langley this weekend.
The winning pumpkin belonged to David Chan of Richmond and was an Atlantic Giant that weighed in at 473 kilograms (1,043 pounds).
Shortreed elementary school students gave a warm welcome to the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley riders, in memory of former student, the late Christopher Sperger, on Tuesday morning in the gym.
A tiny amputee kitten is being given a new lease on life thanks to some clever students who turned to technology to solve the problem.
Feral feline Cassidy was found nearly starved in the woods in Langley over the summer. Badly injured in an accident, he lost both of his back legs to an infection and ended up in the care of the volunteer-run TinyKittens Society.
Cormick Campbell, looks over Anderson Creek, where a beaver dam is helping to maintain health water levels, according to research by a pair of Langley students, including Cormick. Joining him in the study is Seeone Kim.
Aldergrove Secondary school and Hiroshima’s Saijo-Shesui high school are now sister schools. School principals John Pusic and Hirofumi Yamamoto signed the partnership agreement Monday, June 8 in Aldergrove.
Brookswood rugby players Quintan Morley (left to right), Philip Lee Caleb Gerth will be selling mushroom compost this weekend as a fundraiser for the program’s tour to California next spring.
R.E. Mountain Secondary’s Sumara Stroshein-Blagborne is the 2015 recipient of the Pete Swensson Outstanding Community Youth Award.
A Grade 5 student at Langley’s Blacklock Fine Arts Elementary gave up his hair for kids in cancer treatment Thursday. Read More here.
The library attached to the Township Civic Facility hosted its seventh annual Chinese New Year event, with families and children decorating paper lanterns, coloring sheets, making lucky envelopes, and enjoying food and music. > Click in to read more