Welcome to Mission Public Schools
Mission Public Schools is dedicated to inspiring a passion for learning and developing the attitudes, skills and knowledge that will enable all students to maximize their potential as positive, responsible participants in our democratic society and the global community. Located in the beautiful Fraser Valley near Vancouver, we are a public school district in the province of British Columbia, Canada, offering Kindergarten to Grade 12 through classroom, home and virtual education programs.
See directions and a map of the area.
2015-16 Kindergarten Registration
Information regarding Kindergarten Registration for Neighbourhood Schools & Programs / Schools of Choice can be found here.
Middle School Configuration Think Tank ~ Open to Everyone!
When/Where: February 26, 2015 - Heritage Middle/Secondary School (Cafeteria)
Time: 6:30 pm
Changes to School Calendar
At the October 21st Public Board of Education meeting, the following changes were approved for the 2014/15 school calendar:
- Half day assessment be changed from Friday, November 14 to Friday, November 21, 2014
- Parent/Teacher Conferences from Friday, November 28 to Friday, December 5, 2014
- Secondary school semester one from Friday, January 23 to Friday, January 30, 2015
At the October 21st Public Board of Education meeting, the following Administrative placements were approved and are effective September 2015:
Shirley Gibson - Principal
Wayne Chow - Vice-Principal
Andrew Merry - Vice-Principal
Heritage Park Middle:
Brian Tucker - Principal
Marcello Gabriele - Vice-Principal
Linda Ziefflie - Vice-Principal
Jim Pearce - Principal
Hardeep Grewal - Vice-Principal
Beth-Anne Cullen - Vice-Principal
Secondary School Configuration
For more information regarding School Configuration click here.
French Immmersion Satisfaction Survey Results
Results are in for the French Immersion Satisfaction Survey
One Week Spring Break
The Mission Board of Education has adopted a school calendar for the 2014-2015 school year that will continue with the established practice of a one week Spring Break. While the Board recognized that a number of our partner groups and families would have preferred to follow the trend of neighbouring School Districts in moving to a two week Spring Break, such a move would have left the Board with significant legal and financial risk. The Board is appreciative of a British Columbia Public School Employers' Association ('BCPSEA') offer to assist in addressing outstanding concerns.
The Board has made a commitment to re-examine the issue early in the new school year.