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May 31st Update

PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Spring Musical:   Thank you to Ms. Yeung, Mrs. Humeniuk and Ms. Plavan for putting on another musical this year.  It is no small feat.  This year’s musical, “A Kid’s Life” was a lovely wholesome flashback with a modern … Continue reading

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May 17th Update

No School for Students Friday, May 17th – Professional Development Day Monday, May 20th – Victoria Day Holiday. Maple Grove’s Global Citizenship Club will be participating in a Walk For Water campaign on Friday, May 24th at lunch. We think … Continue reading

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May 3 Update

Planning for 2019-2020 School Year This week HR is locking all school projections and working on entitlements for next year.  All schools in Vancouver are planning for September.  We’re working with numbers (graduating students, Kindergarten intakes, transfer ins and transfer … Continue reading

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April 26th Update

Professional Development Day – Monday April 29th No School for Students. PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE   2019 Emergency Procedures- during NEW school build DRILLS: Fire Drills, Earthquake Drills Classes will follow the usual procedures regarding exiting the building Our Emergency Mustering Area … Continue reading

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April 18th Update

PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Good Afternoon Maple Grove families.  As we head into the Easter long weekend I’d just like to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to all our families.  Whether volunteering to drive classes on field trips, or helping in … Continue reading

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April 12th Update

Early Dismissal – April 15th+17th -Student Conferences. Please be aware that school will be dismissed at 2:00 pm on April 15th and 17th.  This is a change from our usual Wednesday/Thursday early dismissal days.  Please be sure you have made arrangements … Continue reading

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April 5, Update

    PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Welcome back from Spring Break!  My words prior to the Spring Break were, “You’ve probably noticed the wood + orange plastic fencing/ tree protection barriers going up around the trees on 45th Ave and Cypress St.  … Continue reading

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