• Trauma-Informed Practice in Langley Schools- Originally published Sept. 13, 2022 As part of the District’s vision, our schools foster an inclusive and nurturing culture. The District is committed to creating compassionate learning communities to nurture the gifts of all learners. To help support all of our students, the District will begin implementing Trauma-Informed Practice training for all staff and providing... Read more »
  • Together at Meadows- Originally published: February 22, 2022 — Students are celebrating being “Together at Meadows” through song. Some classes at Langley Meadows Community School have been taken on a song writing journey thanks to a grant from our community partners Langley School District Foundation and Envision Financial. Their message of love, inclusion, and supporting each other comes... Read more »
  • Project Resiliency Helps Students ‘Get Back on Track’- Originally published on Jan. 17, 2023: A program that’s unique to the Langley School District aims to help students who are dealing with adversity get back into the classroom and on a clear path to a successful future.    Project Resiliency is a three-day program run out of the District office, with students referred by... Read more »
  • LSS Waking Up Ceremony- At Langley Secondary – the District’s oldest school – beams from the original school building were kept, with plans for them to be repurposed into a piece of art from Kwantlen First Nation artist Brandon Gabriel. But before the work could begin, Gabriel led a ‘Waking Up Ceremony’ with a number of students, in which... Read more »
  • Kwantlen Artists Brighten Doors, Educate Students- Originally published Jan. 5, 2023 A partnership long in the works between Kwantlen First Nation artists and students at Langley Fine Arts School is finally underway and brightening the exterior of the Fort Langley school.  Late last fall, Coast Salish artist Miməwqθelət (Elinor Atkins), with help from her brothers and her mother, q̓ʷɑti̓cɑ (Phyllis Atkins), has led... Read more »
  • Connecting Generations: A Seniors Art Exhibit from the Eyes of Students- Originally published: June 10, 2022 — Bright coloured pictures and black and white portraits of seniors in the style of cubes adorn the walls outside the Langley City council chambers. The artwork is all part of a collaborative project organized by the Langley Human Dignity Coalition and involved many community partners, including students at Blacklock... Read more »
  • Celebrating Uniqueness Throughout the District: Diversity and Respect- Originally published Feb. 27, 2023: Hearing different languages, learning about new cultures, and tasting food from around the world, were some of the activities in Langley schools as part of the District’s Diversity and Respect Week. The annual initiative was established by the Board of Education in 2017 as a means “to coincide with Pink... Read more »