On behalf of the North Vancouver Board of Education, we are pleased to share with you our first-ever Virtual Trustee Reception video and a link to our annual Community Report.
Public education in North Vancouver represents quality instruction that provides students with knowledge and opportunities, opens doors and inspires students to pursue their goals and achieve success. The public education we provide is also strengthened through members of the community who guide and support our students.
The pictures you will see in the Virtual Trustee Reception video represent the countless contributions members of the North Vancouver School District community have made to public education in North Vancouver. It is only fitting that this video is a thank you to everyone who has supported student learning and achievement during a most challenging year.
Each year, the North Vancouver School District also publishes a Community Report. This report is another way we share and celebrate with our community the progress we are making in pursuit of our vision to provide world-class instruction and a rich diversity of engaging programs to inspire success for every student and bring communities together to learn, share and grow.
A hard copy of the Community Report will be distributed via the North Shore News this week, and we hope you take the time to review its contents and recognize how much we have achieved together. Despite all the change we have experienced, we continue to provide a safe and healthy learning environment for students and staff, and we continue to learn, share and grow together.
With all our thanks,
Trustee and Board Chair George Tsiakos
Trustee Christie Sacré
Note: The Board of Education annually hosts a reception during Class Acts: A Celebration of Education in the NVSD for community partners who support our schools. This year, due to COVID-19, the reception was cancelled and instead a video was produced to highlight the past year. The images in the video were taken throughout the past year; COVID-19 health and safety protocols in effect at the time the images were captured were followed.