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This year was another opportunity for the Delview community to gather up enough food in one night to help local food banks Surrey Food Bank and Deltassist stock up for the winter. The final official count turned out to be 16,059 after adding up extra cans that the community brought in the next morning. Thanks go out to the public for being so generous and helping out. A huge thank you to all the dedicated volunteer staff, students, and parents for making it work from beginning to end. Students and staff put in hours of late nights leading up to the event to make sure everything would work well on the day. Also a special thanks to Forte Physiotherapy (http://www.fortephysiotherapy.com/) for donating $800 for the number of cans we collected and being a key sponsor for our event. Next year is the 25th Anniversary of Delview Thanks For Giving so we hope to make it an extra special event. Thanks for supporting this cause!
Please click on the link below for the T4G video!



Inerims are now posted online.  To view interims, please go to Parent Connect, located to the right of this page.  Once in Parent Connect, please click on grades at the top of the page. From there, click on Current Grades and then the interim report 1 VIEW box. 



Delview recognized Orange Shirt Day on September 30th, to honor and remember residential school survivors and their families.  Students heard about Phyllis Webstad’s experience with the residential school system.    Her story can be viewed here [ http://www.orangeshirtday.org/phyllis-story.html ]http://www.orangeshirtday.org/phyllis-story.html

This orange shirt taken from one child, is a symbol of the many losses experienced by thousands of students and their families and communities, over several generations including: loss of family, language, culture, freedom, parenting, self-esteem and worth and painful experiences of abuse and neglect. Wearing orange shirts are a symbol of defiance against those things that undermine children’s self-esteem, and of our commitment to anti-racism and anti-bullying in general.

The date was chosen because it is the time of year that children were taken from their homes to residential schools, and because it is an opportunity to set the stage for anti-racism and anti-bullying policies for the coming school year. Orange Shirt Day is also an opportunity for First Nations, local governments, schools and communities to come together in the spirit of reconciliation and hope for generations of children to come.

Wearing an orange shirt and promoting the slogan, Every Child Matters, is an affirmation of our commitment to raise awareness of the residential school experience and to ensure that every child matters as we focus on our hope for a better future in which children are empowered to help each other. Let’s not forget the children but honour them on September 30th.  Source http://www.orangeshirtday.org


Walk to School Collaboration Wednesdays

Frustrated by the long student drop off lines at the front of Delview? Feeling as though your teenager should be getting to school without your help? Thinking that your kids and all kids, in general, could do with more exercise and the outdoors?

Well…the staff of Delview agree (and research supports our view)! As such, we are bringing about a new initiative this year: WALK (or bike, rollerblade, or skateboard) TO SCHOOL COLLABORATIVE WEDNESDAYS!

Beginning with our first Collaboration Day on Wed. Sept. 21, the STUDENT DROP OFF PARKWAY IN FRONT OF THE SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED from 8:00-9:45am. Please encourage your kids to plan to walk, scoot, or skate to school with their friends.

Adjacent parking lots will also be unavailable during this time! Please help us help your kids experience the value of independence, exercise, and community spirit by LEAVING YOUR CAR PARKED AT HOME!

Canadian Guidelines Recommend That......

For health benefits, youth aged 12 - 17 years should minimize the time they spend being sedentary each day.  This may be achieved by:

- Limiting recreational screen time to no more than 2 hours per day; lower levels are associated with addional health benefits.

- Limiting sedentary (motorized) transport, extended sitting and time spent indoors throughout the day.


One recommendation is that "instead of driving or taking the bus, teens can walk or bike to school with a group of friends from the neighbourhood."




OPENING WEEK INFORMATION (please click on for link below)

Welcome letter from Principal Morgan Kyle

Bell Schedule

Yearly Calendar



Student Schedules are now available on Parent/Student Connect.  Student schedules will not be handed out on the first day of school.  Students should be coming to school with a copy of their schedule.  Because counsellors are working diligently balancing schedules there may be changes to schedules so please check on the weekend for your most up-to-date schedule.


We are introducing Flex Time to help benefit our students.  There will be more information in a short while.  Please continue to check the website for up-to-date information about Flex Time.




October 20                              Parent Teacher Conferences

October 21                              Pro D Day (District Wide)

October 24                              Pro D Day (District Wide)

October 26                              Collaboration Day

November 2                             Collaboration Day

November 11                           Remembrance Day

November 16                           Collaboration Day

November 30                           Collaboration Day

December 5                             Pro D Day

December 14                           Collaboration Day

December 19 - December 30      Winter Break