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​​​Il stl’i kw’els spipetstexw kw’eset ite xwelmexwelh stexwlaq temxwe’s ye Stó:lō mestiyexw.

Mission Public School District is located on the Traditional, Ancestral, Unceded, and Shared lands of the Stó:lō people, of Sq'éwlets, Leq'á:mel, Sema:th, Matheqwí and Qwó:ltl'el First Nations, peoples of this land since time immemorial.

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​​Le Conseil scolaire de Mission est situé sur les terres traditionnelles, ancestrales, non cédées et partagées du peuple Stó:lō, des Premières nations Sq'éwlets, Leq'á:mel, Sema:th, Matheqwí et Qwó:ltl'el, peuples de cette terre depuis des temps immémoriaux.​​

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​​Inclusive Education

Mission Public Schools is committed to providing an educational program for all school-age students in the district and recognizes that many students have diverse learning needs. The Board is also committed to equitable access to educational programs for all students and believes in the inclusion of all learners. Accordingly, all students will be offered opportunities appropriate to their individual needs, consistent with the Ministry of Education’s Policy, Procedures and Guidelines for Special Education.


Kindergarten Registration & Transition

Please click here for information on Mission Public School's Kindergarten Registration Procedure.

If your child has Special Needs, please remember to bring all documents (ie. assessment reports, support plans, consultation records) to your catchment elementary school when registering.

Here is some additional information for parents: