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Here is some from information from Richmond Public Health outlining their free programs for children's dental screening and care.
Gr. 7 Parents are invited to join an Information On line Meeting on Thursday, January 20th for R. C. Palmer. The staff and students of
We are all doing our part to keep our Garden City Community healthy and safe. Thanks for always wearing your masks, washing your hands frequently
Hello families, As we prepare for our winter break, we wanted to provide you with this information if you are planning on traveling outside of
Richmond Food Bank Society (RFBS) Donations RFBS provides food and related assistance to Richmond residents through financial difficulty. As we are unable to collect non-perishable
Don't forget to order your Spirit Wear! Last day is Nov. 19th! Please find the webstore link here: Password is GC2021
Thank you to Jp Peachy, Pat and Simon for coming to GC to teach us more about Indigenous ways of knowing, the Metis people and
Richmond School District 38 is excited to welcome kindergarten registration applications for children born in 2017, turning 5 in 2022. These children will begin kindergarten
Please read the attachment of the Updated Calendar. Thank you!
Welcome Back! We are so happy to see everyone back at school and we look forward to a great year together. Our teachers have been
Hello Garden City Wildcats. Please see the attachement for important dates and Professional Development dates for 2021-2022 school year.
Please click the attachment for information about Summer School.
Vancouver Coastal Health has provided a FAQ document about COVID-19 Vaccinations for Children Aged 12-17. This document provides comprehensive information about COVID-19 vaccinations and is
At Garden City, we are introducing a new way to access your child’s school information directly online. On March 10, we are officially launching the
In February, the Ministry of Education and the BC Centre for Disease Control updated the Provincial COVID-19 Health & Safety Guidelines for K-12 Settings. As
Information on Snow Days During an emergency, the district's first priority is to ensure student and staff safety. We work closely with local municipalities and
ADHD Parent workshop - Nov. 5 - Richmond Child & Youth Mental Health
August 26, 2020 Dear Elementary Parents and Guardians: The health and safety of all students, staff and parents is the district’s highest priority in planning