March 16th Update


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March 19th to April 2 – Enjoy your holiday!




 Dear Maple Grove Families,

We made it to Spring Break.  Please rest, relax, rejuvenate and revitalize with those you love as we prepare for what promises to be a busy, exciting and spectacular Term 3.  From all of us at Maple Grove, have a happy break.  Please watch for our Communicating Student Learning Parent survey when we return in April.  It will be an online survey response.  Please also watch for our information on School organization and class placements.  That information will come out right after spring break.

Principal Evans and Vice Principal Smith


Dear Maple Grove Families,

Spring is Popping with Color

Maple Grove’s Student Spring Flower Student Team

Has a Head Start!

Beginning April 3 with the help of our Vice-Principal, Ms. Smith and Paula Temrick, Parent Fundraiser Lead, our Student Council members will actively be promoting, selling and spreading flower power fundraising throughout our school hallways and classrooms.

Between April 9 –  27 Everyone – staff, parents, students will have the opportunity to purchase and to sell colorful Hanging Planters, Patio Planters and gorgeous Orchids – just in time for Mother’s Day.


We invite you to come on board too!

Join us for a whole school fun, flower fundraising experience.

Bring your skills to school and help us with publicity, bookkeeping and distribution.


As a Thank-you Volunteers will receive 1 plant at wholesale price for every 2 hours worked.

A savings of at least $8.70.

Support ‘Cloud Books for Classrooms’

PAC’s $10,000, 3 year Fundraising Project.

Our Spring Flower Fundraiser is targeted to sell 172 plants and raise $1500

reaching our year one goal of $3500.00.


Maple Grove students at the B.C. Winter Games in Kamloops

Brady competed at the B.C. Winter Games in Kamloops for Karate which for this sport is only open to 12/13 year olds and is held once every 2 years.  Brady competed in the Advanced Division and won Gold for Team Kata, Gold for Team Kumite and Silver for Advanced Boys Individual Kata.

His sister, Bryana who is currently at Magee but also went to and graduated from Maple Grove was one of 16 recipients for the Coast Capital Savings Athlete Bursary Award for $500 presented at the Closing Ceremony of the B.C. Winter Games.

Both Bryana and Brady went to Halifax for Karate Nationals Competition.
brady karatebrady-and-bryanna.jpg

Maple Grove Pac Website (Click to enter)

upcoming event

March 19 to April 2 – Spring Break and Easter

April 3 – Students return to school

April 5 – Class Group, Grad and Panoramic Photophotographer

April 27 – Professional Development Day – No school for students

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