Langley District PAC

To educate, inform and empower parents to be true partners in the education of their children

SD35 Notice of Motion: 7200 – Student Harassment

Please be advised that the Langley School District has issued a

Notice of Motion for Policy No. 7200 – Student Harassment

All information on this Policy is provided on the links below.

If the community has any comments regarding this proposed policy amendment they can be sent to the School District care of Laurie Mason at

This proposed policy amendment will return to the Board table at the October 28, 2014 Reular Board meeting. Feed back will be received by the School District from community and partner groups until Oct 21, 2014.

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June 12 General Meeting

Don’t forget tomorrow night’s meeting will begin at 7pm.

Topics on the agenda include:

PAC Treasury
Update on Strike Situation

BC Wildlife Federation Summer program

This is a great opportunity for any students aged 13-17 who are interested in wildlife, ecology, and conservation.

Limited space is available.

Go Wild! Youth for Conservation

SD#35 Policy Update

Information from SD#35:

Please note that the following new policy was approved at the June 2, 2014 Regular Board meeting and is now available on the District website under Board Policies:

– Policy 6860 – Whistleblower Protection (Amended)

You may also access this policy through the link provided below:

BCCPAC Media Release

BCCPAC seeks immediate end to teacher strike and lockout.

See link below for details.

June Forum Event

Please find attached below a copy of our June Forum Invitation.  Any and ALL Parents are welcome to attend.

June Forum Invitation

Strike Information for parents

At the link below you will find a letter to parents from BCPSEA outlining strike information.

This has been posted by DPAC for information purposes only.

May 15 – DPAC AGM

DPAC’s AGM is this coming Thursday, May 15th beginning at 7pm.

Topics for this meeting include:

SD35’s Technology Plan
Job Action and how it is currently affecting the schools
Traffic Safety (presented by ICBC)
DPAC AGM – elections, budget approval, constitution approval, year end reports

We look forward to seeing you then!

Movie Licensing


Good news for PACs wishing to host Movie Night events at their schools.  ACF-Film, the Canadian Rights representative for most major studios and producers, has offered Langley PACs interested in buying movie licensing a discounted price of $0.50 per student for the year (including one pre-release movie).

The application form can be found on our DPAC website at the link below and can be faxed directly to ACF:

ACF Application Form



Gaming Grants

Applications are now being accepted for BC government grants supporting school-based extracurricular activities.

All PACs have until June 30, 2014 to apply for community gaming grants to support K – 12 students.

For more information, please go to the link below:

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