For Staff Collaboration
School Messenger - Safe Arrival Instructions.pdf
Approved Calendar 2023-2024.pdf
École Dorothy Lynas Elementary School is a public dual track elementary school situated in the lovely Indian River community of North Vancouver
Individual student photo day Thursday, September 28, 2023.
École Dorothy Lynas Elementary School is a vibrant learning community situated on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish people. We acknowledge the history of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation – People of the Inlet (twnation.ca) and the incredible 'teachings' our school is provided. In collaboration with home-school, we strive for alignment with the Strategic Plan 2021-2031 - North Vancouver School District (sd44.ca). We offer English and French Immersion programs for students enrolled in Kindergarten to Grade 7. We are part of both the Seycove (English) and Windsor (French Immersion) Secondary School families of school. Please visit us! To access our school, take the Mount Seymour Parkway turning north onto Mount Seymour Road, then right onto Ind. River Drive and right onto Inlet Crescent.
Our school team looks forward to connecting so please phone, email or visit with any questions you may have.
Tristan Crowther- Principal Dorothy Lynas
Visit our Public Meetings web page for information on how you can participate and to review the meeting agenda and board package (the latter is posted on the Thursday afternoon preceding the public meeting).
The Elementary Band and
Strings Program is a unique instrumental music program that is
distinctive to the NVSD. The program complements the BC Ministry of
Education’s Arts Education curriculum and provides school-based
instrumental instruction to students in the intermediate grades (Grades 5
– 7 for Band and Grades 4 – 7 for Strings).
More information is available on the Band and Strings web page.
“National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is a day for all Canadians to commemorate the history and legacy of the residential school system. It’s a day to honour the resilience, dignity and strength of survivors and intergenerational survivors and remember the children who never came home. It's a chance to engage and educate people about B.C.'s colonial history and how it has and continues to impact Indigenous communities.” (Source)
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is
observed annually on September 30.
is a statutory holiday in British Columbia;
schools will be closed on Monday, October 2, 2023.
Note: September 30 is also Orange Shirt Day.
4000 Inlet CresNorth Vancouver BC V7G 2R2