Coyote’s Howl Nov 9 – 13

Dear Parents and Families,

Just a short “Coyote’s Howl” this week.

The students will be participating in a virtual Remembrance Day Assembly on Tuesday via ZOOM. Poppies will still be handed out to each child on Tuesday. We ask that you consider sending your child with a donation for their poppy. All funds will go towards The Royal Canadian Legion.

Through your donations to the Legion Poppy Fund, the Legion provides financial assistance and support to Veterans, including Canadian Armed Forces and RCMP, and their families who are in need. Poppy Funds may be used for:

  • Grants for food, heating costs, clothing, prescription medication, medical appliances and equipment, essential home repairs and emergency shelter or assistance for Veterans and their families in need
  • Housing accommodation and care facilities for Veterans
  • Funding for Veteran Transition Programs that are directly related to the training, education and support needs of Veterans and their families
  • Comforts for Veterans and their surviving spouses who are hospitalized and in need
  • Veterans visits, transportation and day trips
  • Accessibility modifications to assist Veterans with disabilities
  • Educational bursaries for children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Veterans
  • Support of cadet units
  • Veteran drop-in centres and services in communities where Veterans would benefit
  • Community medical appliances, medical training and medical research which will assist in the care of Veterans in the community
  • Support the work of Legion Command and Branch Service Officers across Canada in assisting and representing Veterans
  • Donations for relief of disasters declared by federal or provincial governments which impact Veterans in those communities
  • Promotion and administering of Remembrance activities to ensure Canadians never forget the sacrifices of Canada’s Veterans

More information can be found at


With COVID-19 cases rising in BC, we are reminding parents not to be on the school grounds longer than needed and especially during drop-off and pick-up times. Please go home as soon as possible and avoid socializing on school grounds. We recognize that we all miss social interactions but we need to work together during the pandemic.

Although masks are not mandatory for adults who are outside during drop-off and pick-up, we do encourage parents to wear one.

Most importantly though, please help by social distancing and leaving the school grounds as soon as possible. 

Thank you for your support.


Did you know that Beach Grove Elementary has a continuing fundraiser with the Cobs Bread over at Tsawwassen Commons? All you have to do is mention Beach Grove when purchasing and our school receives 5% back.

  • Tuesday, Nov 10 – Remembrance Day Assembly
  • Wednesday, Nov 11 – Remembrance Day Holiday