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On Tuesday, December 5th, Middle School students will be participating in student-run presentations and teacher-moderated discussions surrounding the role of the media in the ongoing conflict in the Middle East.  The contents of the presentations will be catered to the age of students and will differ from Grade 6 and Grades 7-9.

Subsequently, we will be receiving donations for Doctors Without Borders from Upper School students.  Doctors Without Borders is an “independent and impartial humanitarian organization” that delivers emergency medical care in places that need it.  While the organization does not currently run medical programs in Israel — citing its strong emergency and health systems — it has offered support to Israeli hospitals treating a high number of casualties.  It, as of November 28th, is focused on providing medical care and meeting the immediate needs of those in the Gaza strip. Donations can be made from Wednesday the 6th to Friday the 8th of December, in person or through the Mulgrave Students Give code.

Advanced Notice for Wednesday, Dec 20th


The Middle School will go to see Elf the Musical at the Stanley Theatre.

We will depart school around 12:15 pm and return at 4:45 pm.  Please take note of the late return. There is a late bus at 5:30 pm but it only makes stops at certain locations. 

Province's ChildCareBC Initiatives


Dear Grade 6 and 7 Parent/Guardian,

On behalf of the Ministry of Education and Child Care, we are sharing the survey information below to help inform the Province’s ChildCareBC initiatives:

We know that many families depend on school-age child care to ensure their children have a quality, affordable, and inclusive place to be during a parent’s full work day. That is why the Province’s ChildCareBC plan is working to expand access to childcare for all families that want and need it.

The Ministry of Education and Child Care is conducting a parent survey to better understand the regional and provincial demand for school-age child care.

While we know there is unmet demand for school-aged child care, there is no current provincial or regional data quantifying the demand. Your participation will help the Province plan for future school-aged childcare expansions.

This survey is intended for all parents, regardless of the type of child care you currently use or even if you are not using any child care at all.

Who should fill out this survey?

If you have children attending Kindergarten to Grade 7 at a B.C. school, we want to hear from you about your family’s childcare needs.

What will this survey be used for?

The survey results will be used to support planning for future initiatives under the ChildCareBC plan. All responses are voluntary and anonymous; you and your child will not be identified as a result of your participation in the survey. Information received will be combined and shared with your school and district as a summary.

How do I complete the survey?

The survey is now available online at:

and is available in 18 languages. The survey will take 10-15 minutes to complete. Please only complete the survey once. The link is intended especially for you. Please do not share the link with anyone else. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at If you encounter any technical difficulties, please contact the web survey provider (AWIS) at


We greatly appreciate your input and thank you in advance for your participation.