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Please click the button below to order your 2019-2020 Yearbook.

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G. W. Graham Open House

Date: February 4, 2020

Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The Open House is designed to showcase some of the exciting opportunities available at G. W. Graham, along with providing an opportunity for families to talk to staff members and students about various courses/programs. We want our guests to experience G. W. Graham and understand more about what we have to offer.


Grad Photo Orders Due on February 6th

Grad 2020 Photo packages are due back on February 6th.

Students must bring their order forms to the multi-purpose room during the lunch break. Vibrant Photo will be here to receive them. Families can also mail, email, fax or call Vibrant Photos directly to place their orders.

Please do hand any orders in to the school office.

Vibrant Photos Contact Information

Website: vibrantphotos.ca

Email: info@vibrantphotos.ca

Phone: 604-380-3388

Toll Free: 1-877-764-7928

Fax: 604-380-3389


Assessment Week Schedule January - June 2020

Assessment Week Classroom Schedule  click for the master schedule of when your assessment will happen

Student Assessment Week Planning Tool  use this planning tool to write your schedule for the week


MyEd BC Parent and Student Portal

For instructions on how to log into MyEd BC to access student schedules, please click the link below to be redirected to our MyEducation instruction tab.

MyEd Parent and Student Instructions


Financial Awards and Scholarships

You can help a Chilliwack student launch their post-secondary education with a Bursary or Scholarship!

Please click the links below to find out more!

Scholarships

Awards Brochure


Registration

Reg

To register at GW Graham or any school in 
SD33 please click here!

The Chilliwack School District has moved to a centralized, electronic registration system. Our schools no longer accept paper registration forms. This online process provides parents and guardians an option to register their child at any time, even over the summer break. This includes registration for K - 12, French Immersion and out of catchment requests. You will be required to:

  • Provide a valid email address
  • Upload a copy of the child’s birth certificate
  • Upload proof of residency
  • Upload your child’s most current report card
  • Upload any child guardianship/custody agreements (if applicable)

For more information and FAQ, please visit ​SD33 - Registration or email ereg@sd33.bc.ca


INCLEMENT WEATHER SCHOOL CLOSURE GUIDELINES 
Information for Parents and Students


Inclement weather conditions such as freezing rain, significant snowfall or high wind can occur during the fall and winter months. In such conditions, decisions on the opening or closure of school district facilities are made by the Superintendent of Schools in consultation with management and supervisory staff who have checked first-hand on the driving conditions, walking/sidewalk conditions, and general condition of buildings and accessibility to sites. For more details on how this is done, click here.


While service to students and parents is a priority and schools will be kept open as much as is reasonably possible, student and staff safety is the primary consideration.


In the event of extreme weather conditions, parents are urged to check the School District website www.sd33.bc.ca or tune into radio stations STAR FM (98.3 FM) or THE DRIVE (89.5 FM), to receive up-to-date information on school closures and information on the buses. Reports will start after 6:00 a.m. and will be repeated often. The information broadcast is directly from the School District. The reports are confirmed and there is no need to call your school, the School District Office or the radio station. Students will be marked absent for the day, but such an absence will not affect a perfect attendance record.


In the event that there is inclement weather but the school remains open, it is the parent’s decision, based on their assessment of the relative safety of travel conditions, as to whether or not their children attend school.


A Transportation Snow Plan is in place for students who rely on travel by school bus and live in higher elevations such as Chilliwack Mountain, Little Mountain, Majuba Hill, Ryder Lake and some areas of Columbia Valley and the Eastern Hillsides. An announcement will be made should travel in these areas become challenging due to slippery road conditions. (Please note: the greater Promontory area does not have a snow plan).

All inclement weather announcements will be posted on the District website www.sd33.bc.ca