Coyote’s Howl Jan 25 – 29

Dear Parents and Families,

We hope that your children are enjoying the extra time during this Professional Day. The teachers are hard at work today, focusing on Indigenous Learning.




Kindergarten registration takes place mid-February each year. A child may be registered to attend Kindergarten in September if his or her fifth birthday occurs on or before December 31st of the current year.

Kindergarten registration for the 2021/2022 school year will be held from February 16-23, 2021. Please register ONLINE for your catchment area school. For verification of your catchment area school, please check the School Locator. Instructions on how to register will be posted on the District website in early February.

Please have the following documents ready to upload with your child’s registration (all documents must be received for registration to be accepted):

  1. Proof of birth date for the student (birth certificate or passport) (registration will not be accepted until proof of birth date is received)
  2. Proof of citizenship for both the parent and the student (Canadian birth certificate, citizenship card, passport, landed immigrant document, permanent resident card)
  3. BC Services Card
  4. Proof of Residency (Property Taxes – current receipt, purchase/rental agreement or rental receipt)

If a parent wishes for a child to attend a school other than their catchment area school, an online non-catchment application form must be completed. Non-catchment applications will be accepted online only commencing February 1, 2021 at 8:30 a.m. Applications received prior to March 5, 2021 will receive priority in their respective category. Approvals will be processed as soon as possible, but may be held until the second week of September, therefore, parents should register their child at their catchment area school the week of February 16-23, 2021 to ensure a placement. Schools will hold non-catchment forms until approved by the Assistant Superintendents’ Office.



Self-Care: Juggling Personal Life in the Context of COVID-19

This will be a facilitated dialogue session over Zoom for parents/caregivers.Participants can expect the following from this workshop: to increase their self-awareness around stressors and reflect on their current self-care practices be provided some psycho-educational background on self-care and the body-mind relationship explore what a self-care plan can look like (what should be included, how to set realistic boundaries, etc.) begin developing a tangible self-care plan to implement and utilize following the workshop



Leah Hughes, M.Ed., R.C. Coordinator –

Secondary Focus, Inclusive Learning

Delta School District

When: Feb 4, 2021 6:30 PM – 8PM

Register in advance for this meeting:



  • Monday, February 1 – Non-Catchment School Applications Open