Sarah Larsen, Burnaby’s LGBTQ Support Teacher, will be here at Capitol Hill on Nov. 17, 18, & 25 to do presentations in classrooms. Her lessons will focus on family diversity, and will cover the following questions:
- What are all the different families in our community?
- Why is it important to treat all families with respect?
- What makes your family special and unique?
Sarah’s work with our community will make Capitol Hill a safer, more welcoming and inclusive community for all.
BETA Mini School at Alpha Secondary application deadline November 20th, 2015.
What is the BETA Mini-School at Alpha Secondary? The BETA (Bringing Exceptional Thoughts Alive) Mini School is an alternative, academic program for grade eight and nine students, located at Alpha Secondary. It is designed to enrich, challenge and support students who have demonstrated high potential, talent and ability by providing them with complex cognitive and creative challenge in an inclusive and supportive environment of intellectual peers. This differentiated program offers an exciting and engaging learning environment designed to support students of high ability to reach their intellectual, personal and social potential.
For more information about this program, please visit the Mini School information page on the District Advanced Learning blog.
The Intermediate Students of Capitol Hill present…Santa Goes Green A Holiday Musical and Band Performance, December 15 at 1:30 and 7:00 pm. Costume and ticket details to follow in the coming weeks.
Primary Students will participate in Holiday Songs on December 3 at 2:00 pm. Details will follow in the coming weeks.