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Report cards for Term 1 are now posted on Parent Connect.  To access your student's report card, please go to Parent Connect and click on the Grades/Current Grades tab at the top of the page and marks will be displayed.  To view the actual report card, click on the View button next to REPORTING PERIOD 1.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the office at 604-594-5491.



Grad photos will be taken on December 7, 8, 9, and 10. Students are to book their appointment in the library beginning Tuesday, November 18.  There is a sitting fee of $30.00 and is to be paid to the photographer (cash or cheque made payable to Fraser Valley School Studios).  The sitting fee consists of twelve varied poses, of whidh nine or ten will be taken in a black gown with a black and red sash (school colours).  The remaining poses will be "casual" (suit & tie, school jackets, etc.).  Preferences vary, and if you wish to have more with one or the other please inform the photographer at the time of your sitting.  

For those students not wishing to have the complete portrait sitting, and to not pay the photography fee, a photograph in the gown will be taken at no charge for the yearbook and for the grad class composite.

Students should go to the library to book their appointment.

If you have any additional questions, please contact Fraser Valley School Studios at 604-850-1484 or visit us at www.fvschoolstudios.ca.   



Friday October 30th was a spooky day in Foods 11 at Delview. We had a "Boo-Bash"! Students had to plan a party and present their party idea to the class. Two of our students, Jasleen and Kiran were voted by their class mates as having the most desirable party to bring to life; their "Boo-Bash" Halloween themed party. The girls won their class' vote and got to see their party come to life as we all participated in making the food and creating a spooky atmosphere.  Some of the menu items included "Frankenstein Boo-Ritos", "Spooky Brownies" and killer veggies and dip. Everyone enjoyed their food while listening to some scary Halloween music created by our in-house DJ's James and Ashinta. Party game coordinaters Gurleen and Cindy got the class involved in a game, and everyone helped to clean up. Happy Halloween from Block A Foods 11.




Law 12 Class Donates to the Union Gospel Mission 

Law 12 Donates to Union Gospel Mission

Jshandeep Jassal initiated a class project for Ms. Harrison’s Law 12 class about making care packages that would be donated to the Union Gospel Mission located on the Downtown East Side of Vancouver. The Union Gospel is a multifaceted organization that provides 1,000 nourishing meals a day, an alcohol and drug recovery program and short and long term housing. Jshandeep coordinated and help put together the proceeds that were donated from community stakeholders. The Community Stake holders who contributed to this cause include: Safeway, PriceSmart, Tim Hortons and Value Village. Ms Harrison’s law class organized these donated items into care packages accompanied by caring messages that were intended to brighten the day of those who were the recipients. The law class delivered these items on October 29th to the Gospel Mission. Students were given an overview of the Gospel Mission and its services. I am truly proud of the contributions that my students made to show how they can contribute to society and become caring and productive members of society.



Mayor Jackson Visits Delview

Mayor Lois Jackson visits Delview  

As part of the Social Studies Curriculum it is important that students are instilled with a sense of being productive members who contribute to their community. The visit with Mayor Jackson on October 16th is an illustration of that theme. Mayor Jackson came to talk to students in SS10 and SS11 about her role as mayor. Mayor Jackson reflected back on her life, her time in office, and the future of the North Delta Community. Her message was that she cares about the direction and scope of this community . Her message to youth was to be pro-active and care about the community they live in. The students responded to the Mayor's message by asking questions that looked at the direction of the North Delta Community and Canada in general. This was an exciting opportunity for Ms Harrison's SS10 and Ms. Minhas' SS11 classes to see how a voice and a direction makes a difference in your community. The theme of being productive and informed citizens is a common theme found in the Social Studies Classes at Delview.
- N. Harrison -





What originally began as “10-in-One” 23 years ago - the hope to collect 10,000 non-perishable food items in one night – has grown to a yearly tradition of collecting more than 10,000 cans. On the night of October 8th, Delview collected more than 17,378 cans not to mention cash donations and pop bottles which are also part of the contribution. Forte Physiotherapy (http://www.fortephysiotherapy.com/), a local business, also contributed 5 cents per can collected.

The students and staff of Delview Secondary would like to say a HUGE thank-you to the North Delta community for 23 years of support. Deltassist and the Surrey Food Bank also appreciate all of the donations, as do the hundred’s of people they feed each year.  THANK YOU FOR GIVING!



Provincial Exam results are now available online at www.bced.gov.bc.ca/exams/student.htm



















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