The Queen Mary Community offers a number opportunities for parents to get involved. Please take time to look through the pages listed on the left side of the screen as well as the information below.
NVSD Collaborative Communication - At Queen Mary we value open, respectful, and ongoing communication, as a means of working together to create a positive and inclusive school
culture that inspires success for every student. The values of trust,
respect, responsibility, and collaboration set the tone for how the
entire school community works together to pursue common goals. If anyone has a concern about the action
of any employee or about any policy, educational program, or learning
resource, their concern should be first channeled through the personnel
of a school. SEE the attached flow chart to as a guide for these types of conversations:Collaborative_Communications.pdf
School Calendar and Bell Schedule for Queen Mary - link HERE
School Fees Information - HERE
School fees cover the costs of all school supplies. If you are opting to purchase all school supplies yourself instead of paying the fee, please notify the school. You can access the school supplies lists below. Please note that Kindergarten teachers do not work with such specific supply lists. Please contact the school if you would like information about the basic Kindergarten school supplies.
Primary Supply List 2023-2024.pdf
Intermediate grades 4 and 5 Supply List 2023-2024.pdf
Intermediate grades 6 and 7 Supply List 2023-2024.pdf
NVSD On-line Forms and SchoolCashOnline - Information for Parents LINK HERE or LOGIN HERE
NVSD "FOOD ACCESS" program info HERE
The PARENT page on the NVSD Website provides valuable information on a number of important topics. Information is updated regularly. LINK HERE
Social Emotional Supports for Families:
Supports for Social Emotional and Mental Health - LINK HERE
NVSD Social Emotional Learning and Mental Health Implementation Team – resources for parents, students, and teachers
Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL)
NV Community Resources
ERASE: expect respect & a safe education
Province of British Columbia (gov.bc.ca)
is about building safe and caring school communities. Families are encouraged to review the resources and information found on the erase website with their children, including the information about online safety, mental health and well-being, substance abuse, bullying, racism, sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI).
Reporting tool to get help and support: "Get help"
Immigrant Services Centre - IMPACT North Shore
(support and services for
207 - 123 East 15th Street, North Vancouver, BC, Canada
Feel free to contact the Settlement Workers in Schools
for North Vancouver School District 44 - they can answer questions and assist
in families in many ways!
Communicating Student Learning
Reporting on Student Learning at Queen Mary On-line students reports
December: Log into the MANAGEBAC PARENT PORTAL to view and download the November conference forms and summary of student goals
March and June: Visit the MyEd Parent Portal to view and a download written report cards (Instruction on how to access: LINK HERE)
June: Visit the MANAGEBAC Parent Portal to view and download student reflections on the Core Competencies
Having difficulty accessing your child's on-line report card? CLICK HERE for help!
For more information on reporting on student learning click HERE
BC CURRICULUM: Transforming Instructional Practice and Assessment to Build Student Success
SOGI in Schools
What is SOGI? SOGI 123
SOGI represented in ART - Queen Mary students create the "Sound Suit"
COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS (see "Parant Handbook" - link on left side of this page - for MUCH more information)
Queen Mary Out-of-School Care by North Shore Neighbourhooh House - LINK HERE for information
FOUNDRY - Centralizing VCH North Shore primary care and youth mental health and addiction services into one location at 211 West 1st St. in North
What is FOUNDRY? Free and confidential services for youth & adults FOUNDRY Newsletter & General Information
Want to sign you child up for community sports or arts programs but find the fees to be just too much?
Canadian Tire "Jump Start" program can help you!! If you need a financial boost to get you kids involved in a sport, dance, team or other community programs, apply online to have program costs covered: LINK HERE
The Queen Mary Parent Advisory Council (QMPAC)
The Queen Mary Parent Advisory Council meets on the third Wednesday in the months of October, November, January, February, April and May. Meetings run from 7:00-8:00 p.m., on ZOOM.
The Queen Mary Parent Advisory Council (QMPAC) sponsors a number of events over the course of each year, and routinely communicates with the community when special events are coming up. For all information about the Queen Mary PAC , such as PAC-sponsored school events, fundraising and social and volunteer opportunities visit the QM PAC Facebook Page
Facebook Link: www.facebook.com/QueenMaryPA
"Munch-a-lunch" is a site commonly used by school PACs for fundraising activities and hot lunch programs (when available).
Please note: The links below take you to another website. The Munch a Lunch Program is an external, non-district supported site.
(new or previously registered users)