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Programs

At Mission Central, we offer a number of programs to ensure that our students have a variety of educational experiences.

Aboriginal

At Mission Central, we are proud of the Aboriginal programs that are offered to all of our students. Throughout the year, students have the opportunity to participate in bannock making, beading, dancing, drumming, drum making, quilting, soap carving and singing.

Click here for additional information on the District's Aboriginal Programs

 

French Immersion

Mission Central Elementary School is a dual track school, offering a regular English program and a French Immersion program. Our school offers early French Immersion, where students begin the program in kindergarten or at the latest in grade one.

The French Immersion program is open to all students. Parents do not need to have French language skills. Research shows that French immersion students perform at least as well as English stream students in school subjects such as math science, etc.

For more information about the French Immersion program, contact the school. Additional information about French Immersion can be found at the Canadian Parents for French website and the BC Ministry of Education French Immersion website.

Peer Counselling

Peer Counsellors are students who are trained to assist other students with concerns they have about school, friends, home or themselves. Training and supervision of peer counselors is provided by teaching/counseling professionals.

Peer counselors do not deal with serious issues involving abuse, depression, substance abuse, violence, grief or other major concerns;: these are handled by professional counselling staff.

StrongStart

A program designed to for preschool aged children and their parent/caregiver; however, children from birth to age 6 are welcome. Since it is through play that young children learn, StrongStart offers children a number of different stations to explore, such as Drama, Construction, and Math manipulatives.

StrongStart is open Tuesday and Thursday 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm and Monday, Wednesday and Friday 8:30 am - 11:30 am

Click here for further information about the StrongStart Program

Mission Central Station

A variety of programs are offered through the Mission Neighbourhood Learning Centre.After school programs offered through Child Youth Mental Health to support chidlren who suffer from anxiety are regulary offered. . Please contact the main office for more information. 604-826-1414

 

 

 
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Contact Us:

École Mission Central School
7466 Welton Street
Mission, BC, Canada
V2V 6L4

Tel: 604 826 1414

Fax: 604 826 0258

Principal

Andrew Merry

District French Co-ordinator

Ghislain Michaud

 

News:

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Events:

September 2017

Sept. 5 - First day of school - dismissal at 11:00 am

Sept 8 - Newsletter Home

Sept. - PAC meeting

Sept 22 - Non Instructional Day (students not in session)

Sept 29 - Month End Assembly

Sept 29 - Orange Shirt Day

October 2017

Oct 6- Newsletter Home, Terry Fox Run

Oct 9 - Thanksgiving

Oct 13 - Mid Month Assembly

Oct 16- Photo Day

Oct - PAC Meeting

Oct 19 - Earthquake Drill

Oct 20 - Professional Development Day

Oct 23 - Non Instructional Day

Oct 27 - Month End Assembly

Oct 31- Halloween Parade

November 2017

Nov 3- Newsletter Home

Nov 3 - Ready, Set, Learn

Nov 3 - Photo Retakes

Nov 9 - Rememberance Day Assembly

Nov 10 - 1/2 Day Assessment - Dismissal at 11:00 am

Nov 11 - Remembrance Day

Nov 13 - Stat in Lieu of Rembrance Day

Nov 15 - PAC Meeting

Nov 17 - PAC Movie Night

Nov 20 - Report Cards Home

Nov 20-23 - Parent Teacher Conferences

Nov 23 - Month End Assembly - 8:45 am

Nov 24 - Day in Lieu - No School

December 2017

Dec. 1 - Newsletter home

Dec 2 - FI Breakfast

Dec 4 - French Immersion Kindergarten Meeting at Christine Morrison

Dec. 16 - Mid-Month Assembly - 8:45 a.m.

Dec 20 - Christmas Concert

Dec 20 - PAC Meeting

Dec. 22 - Last Day before Winter Vacation

             - PAC Breakfast with Santa in the gym

Dec 25 - Jan 5 - Winter Vacation

January 2018

Jan 8  - School Reopens

Jan 12 - Newsletter Home

Jan 15-19 - Kindergarten Registration

Jan 18 - Art Starts Assembly

Jan - PAC Meeting

Jan 26- Month End Assembly

February 2018

Feb 2 - Newsletter home

Feb 3- Riot of Reading

Feb. 9 - Mid-Month Assembly

Feb. 12- Family Day

Feb. 23- District Pro-D

Feb - Anti-Bullying Pink Shirt Day

Feb 22 - Month-End Assembly  

 

March 2018

Mar 2 - Newsletter Home

Mar 2- Assessment & Evaluation - 11:00 a.m. dismissal

Mar12 - Report Cards Home

Mar 12-15 - Parent Teacher Conferences

Mar 15 - Mid-Month Assembly

Mar 16 - Day in lieu no school for students

Mar 19 - 29 - SPRING BREAK

Mar 30 - Good Friday – (Students not at School)

April 2018

April 2 - Easter Monday – (Students not at School)

April 3 - Day in Lieu of Good Friday

April 4 - School Reopens

April 6- Newsletter Home

April 13 - Mid-Month Assembly

April 20  - Ready Set, Learn – 9 am

April - PAC Meeting

April 27 - Month End Assembly

May 2018

May - District Track and Field Meet

May 4- Newsletter Home

May 11 - Mid-Month Assembly

May - Class Photos

May 18 - Pro- D day– (Students not at School)

May 21 -Victoria Day– (Students not at School)

May 25- Month End Assembly

May 30 - Aboriginal Student Recognition Dinner

June 2018

June - Welcome to Kindergarten

June 1 - Newsletter Home

June - International Day

June 8 - Mid Month Assembly

June - Intermediate Sports Day

June 21 - Aboriginal Day                                                          

June  - Primary Sports Day

June 22 - Grade 6 Awards Assembly

June 25 - Grade 6 Dinner and Dance

June 26 - Service Awards Assembly

June 28 - Lip Sync Assembly

June 28 - Last Day for Students

                Report Cards Home