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Signal Hill Circular - November 17th, 2023

November 17th, 2023
This week at Signal Hill...
The fall weather has been amazing and our students are loving lots of outside time! 
We've started practicing for our Winter Concerts on Dec. 19th and 21st with Sea to Sky musician Papa Josh. Students have been learning their songs, and how to play some instruments. It's going to be a great show and we can't wait to share with you what we've been working on!
Our students are also busy getting ready for the intermediate student craft fair! Lots of cool crafts will be available for students to purchase on Dec. 11th.
And Ms. Marining's K/1 class is learning all about, guess who? Owls!



Off-Reserve Representative for Indigenous Education Council: Please share the following message with your school community:


Are you an Indigenous member of the community and would like to be more involved in Indigenous Education? The Indigenous Education Council is looking for an Off-Reserve Representative to contribute to the success of Indigenous students as they journey through education in the Sea to Sky school district. The council meets online 4 times per year, and the meetings are usually during the day for 2 hours. If you are interested and identify as an Indigenous person, please contact the Indigenous Education department: Sarah – [email protected] or Colleen Hannah – [email protected]  

Canada Dental Benefit for Children Under 12: Please help raise awareness for the Canada Dental Benefit. The first benefit period was a success, with 50% of eligible children in British Columbia—34,260—receiving the benefit. That’s something to smile about! 


The second and final benefit period will help cover dental care costs between July 1, 2023, to June 30, 2024, and it is important that all eligible families know about the benefit and how to apply. Even families who applied during the first benefit period can re-apply for the final benefit period. Please see this factsheet for more information.






Sea to Sky Safety Net is a hub of self-care tools and local resources to help connect Sea to Sky residents to mental health and substance use support services.
SOGI 123 for parents:
SOGI 1 2 3 Parent Resources were created in collaboration with BC Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils (BCCPAC) and the BC Ministry of Education to answer parent questions about what SOGI-inclusive education looks like in Canadian schools.
EASE K–7 lessons have been adapted for use by parents and caregivers to help children manage worries and everyday anxiety at home.