Please see the attached grade 12 letter dated April 7th that was emailed home.
Please see the attached family letter dated April 3rd that was emailed home.
Please see the attached family letter dated April 1st that was emailed home.
Please see the attached parent letter dated March 27th that was emailed home…. Read more »
Updated – March 24
Please be advised that all Delta School District school playgrounds and hard-court areas are closed.
City of Delta Mayor George V. Harvie has directed the closure of all playground equipment in Delta to prevent close contact of children using these facilities. While this may be disappointing for some children and families,… Read more »
Orders for the 2019/2020 Yearbook are due March 6, 2020. If you have not ordered one and would like to, please bring cash or cheque (made payable to Seaquam) to the office. The cost of the yearbook is $40. You can check Student/Parent Connect for outstanding fees and to see if you have already ordered one…. Read more »
Congratulations to everyone (students and parents) for a successful ski and snowboarding season! I am proud of our students for the manner in which they conducted themselves on and off the slopes. Thank you parents for always being on time and for all of the support. A special thank you to Mr…. Read more »
Please visit the links below for important information from Fraser Health.
Reminder letter regarding BC’s new vaccination status reporting regulation:
Important information on Coronavirus
If you have any questions regarding Coronavirus, please call 811 or visit the BC Centre for Disease Control website for further information…. Read more »
Seaquam has two parking lots – one at the front and one at the back of the school.
· The front parking lot is for school and district staff only.
· Students should park in designated spots in the back lot.
· Do not park in spaces that are designated as “handicapped” or “staff’ parking…. Read more »
Seaquam will be participating in a UBC Research Study called COMPASS that collects data on our student’s wellness. The data from this survey will inform us on how well we are supporting our students. This is a 3 year study where students in gr 9 through 12 will be surveyed once a year.The data from the survey will be shared with the school…. Read more »
Delta Police Department presents…
A day of Leadership Learning for youth in Delta School District
Want to learn what it takes to be an Olympic athlete? a Provincial Court Judge? or a police officer or firefighter?
Join Delta Police on October 25th to hear from amazing leaders who work hard, break down barriers,… Read more »
September 24, 2019
Dear Delta Parents & Guardians,
As you have likely seen and heard through the media, youth around the world have been staging rallies and other forms of peaceful protest in the effort to express their concern for their future on this planet. On the afternoon of Friday September 27,… Read more »
Welcome back to school everyone—
As the year begins, I wish Delta students, parents, and staff a wonderful school year.
I hope that Delta’s amazing summer weather has given you all the opportunity to rest, relax, recharge, and spend time with family and friends. As we settle into our schools and learning spaces,… Read more »
As we wind down the 2018/19 school year and look towards the warm, restorative days of summer break, I would like to take this time to acknowledge the hard work and commitment to success we have experienced across Delta School District this school year.
Thank you to all our parents and staff who have helped and supported our students in innumerable ways…. Read more »
Seaquam Secondary Life Skills students deliver coffee and smiles to staff every Friday morning.
Original article appears in North Delta Reporter, June 14, 2019
(James Smith photo)
Every Friday at Seaquam Secondary, a coffee cart run completely by students with special needs makes the rounds.
Since March, the 12 Life Skills program students have been working hard to grow their fledgling business,… Read more »
June is Pride Month, and the Delta School District is raising rainbow flags this week at the two administrative buildings in Ladner to recognize this global initiative.
“We want to honour the fact that it is Pride Month and reaffirm our longstanding commitment to establishing and maintaining a safe and positive learning environment for all students and employees,” says Laura Dixon,… Read more »
Students going into Grades 10 and 11 can earn English 10 or 11 credit
at Farm Roots Mini School this summer!
Farm Roots is partnering with Fresh Roots to offer SOYL: Sustainable Opportunities for Youth Leadership, a leadership and employment program that empowers secondary students to cultivate and steward a ½ acre farm for learning,… Read more »
This weekend students from across BC will head to Delta for the BC Provincial Robotics Championships on March 2nd.
Seaquam Secondary is hoping for a home-field advantage this year with an impressive seven competing robots in the 40 team event. Usually Seaquam qualifies two or three teams says Seaquam teacher coach Bryce Hamade,… Read more »