Two nights of short plays! Seven different plays each night. Tickets are $3 at the door or see BOTH nights for $5!! One Act Plays

The Parent Course Planning Night that was scheduled for February 12th has been rescheduled as follows: Current Grade 7 Parent evening – Thursday, February 21 at 6:30 pm in the Library Current Grade 8 – 11 Parent evening – Tuesday, February 26 at 6:30 pm in various rooms within the school. A list of the rooms will be… Read more »

Career Life Education is a Mandatory course for graduation (it replaces that Planning 10 course).  For the 2019-2020 school year, Seaquam is offering three choices for students for this course: 1   Online – April 2019 – August 2019 (early start will be in March) 2   Online – Sept. 2019 – June 2020 3   In Class… Read more »

Please click here for the December 2018 Newsletter.

The Seaquam Staff experienced a presentation from a group of educators from the North Vancouver School District on Dr. Stan Kucher’s Mental Health Curriculum. This information was presented to PAC and links below will provide more information on the curriculum. We are investigating the curriculum with the hope of implementing it next school year. Mental… Read more »

Parents and Guardians, please see the attached information regarding Core Competencies. As part of the revised curriculum in BC, students in grades 8-10 need to complete a self-assessment of the Core Competencies. The attached information details how Seaquam has started helping students with this process. More information will be coming to students, parents and guardians soon…. Read more »

The attachment is an information bulletin from the Delta School District regarding Fentanyl and Xanax with suggested resources for more information. Information Bulletin Xanax    

The Delta School District’s Community Schools Team is providing leadership opportunities for students in grade 10, 11 and 12. Over the past couple of years, the program has held after school programs at Chalmers, Gray, Hellings, Jarvis, McCloskey, and Richardson, as well as organized their first Winter Carnival at Chalmers, Jarvis, and Gray elementary last… Read more »

This year, Solutions Society’s annual We Scare Hunger food drive came with a twist. Instead of competing with other classes for the most number of food items collected, we challenged each class to raise enough food to feed a typical family of four for a day, which equates to about 16 food items. Congratulations to… Read more »

The Seaquam staff has developed a weekly student award to recognize positive contributions to our school community and learning. Staff will recognize students on a weekly basis and every Friday we will recognize 1 student for their contribution and others will be recognized as Honourable Mention.  Each of them will receive a $5.00 Gift Certificate… Read more »