|BICS PAC Meeting
- Feb 02, 2015
Parents are encouraged to attend Wednesday February 4, 2015, PAC meeting. At this
Wednesday's meeting, parents will have an opportunity to give input into School
District 45's budget planning for
Also, BICS Parent and Registered Holistic Nutritionist Lisa-Marie...
Earthquake & Student Release Drill: Friday, December 5th (pm)
- Nov 30, 2014
Parents are reminded that we will be holding an earthquake drill followed by a student release on Friday afternoon. Students will have an early lunch and students will be released on a staggered schedule. Only those parents and alternates listed on the child's emergency release form will be...
Winter Concerts: Monday, December 15th and Tuesday, December 16th
- Nov 16, 2014
Students are working hard with their music teachers to be performance ready for the upcoming Winter Concerts. Please note the following schedule:Monday, December 15th: Divisions 1,3,5,7,9,11 & 13 + Grade 6 and 7 Bands + BICS Choir
Tuesday, December 16th: Divisions 2,4,6,8,10,12 & 14 +...
Remembrance Day Assembly: Monday, November 10th 10:45 am
- Nov 06, 2014
Many of our Grade 6 and 7 students will be playing a leadership role in our Remembrance Day Assembly. The BICS Choir will also be performing. Families are certainly welcome to join us in the gym. All community members are also invited to attend the community service at the cenotaph in Snug Cove...
Weather Closure of Schools (District Protocol)
- Nov 05, 2014
As winter approaches, the likelihood of school disruptions due to snowfall or power outages increases.
The West Vancouver Board of Education will try to keep schools open on every regular instructional day. Any decision to close schools for the safety of children will be made by the...
BICS LEADS - A new student leadership model for intermediate students
- Sep 29, 2011
BICS LEADS is an acronym that stands for the core virtues embedded in this new model of student leadership: Loyalty, Enthusiasm, Assertiveness, Dedication and Service. At a special assembly, intermediate students were inspired first through a short "We Day" video clip that highlighted...