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Host Families Needed in the Sea to Sky! Featured Photo

Host Families Needed in the Sea to Sky!

You have an amazing opportunity to open your home to an international student. Enjoy a unique cultural experience while sharing the beauty of the Sea to Sky! Learn more!
Active and Safe Routes to School 2021 Survey Featured Photo

Active and Safe Routes to School 2021 Survey

If you are a parent or caregiver of a student at Mamquam Elementary, Garibaldi Highlands Elementary, École Squamish Elementary, Brackendale Elementary, Valleycliffe Elementary or Stawamus - Cultural Journeys, the District of Squamish would like to hear from you. Your family’s input will be used to update the Best Routes to School maps and will help the District to prioritize future infrastructure projects and monitor travel mode share throughout our community. Do not forget to complete the online survey by May 7, 2021!
The SD48 Learning Hub-May 2021 Featured Photo

The SD48 Learning Hub-May 2021

This SD48 Learning Hub post features an iMovie created by Signal Hill Elementary Administration that shows the School Learning Plan and the SD48 Refresh Plan in action!
Vital Cafe May 2021-Parenting & Pandemic Pressures Featured Photo

Vital Cafe May 2021-Parenting & Pandemic Pressures

On Thursday, May 13 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm, a panel of local experts will share what they know about pandemic-related pressures on families living, working and schooling in Whistler. Free to register!

Events Calendar

24 Hour Drum

Time: 9:15 AM – 11 AM
Location: This event will take place via Zoom on May 14, 2021.

About Us!

Nestled in the recreation-rich Sea to Sky corridor, just 45 minutes from Vancouver, our school district serves approximately 5,000 students. We are honoured to be teaching within a number of culturally vibrant communities, from Furry Creek to D'Arcy, including the main centres of Squamish, Whistler, and Pemberton. The District also serves six First Nation communities: Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw, Lil’wat, N’Quatqua, Samhquam Ucwalmicw, Skatin, Xa’xtsa, and the Metis, Inuit, and Off-Reserve Nations. We welcome a growing immigrant population and over 200 international students annually. Also rich with an abundance of active learning opportunities, our students love to learn here!
 
 
We create safe, purposeful, and powerful learning environments in order that all students can think critically, create, collaborate, contribute, and learn.