海角社区

2024-2025 Budget Survey

Share your thoughts with us
Learn more >

2024 Summer Learning

In-district registration now open
Learn more >

We Need Room to Grow

Learn about our school capacity crisis
Learn more >

Good Things Are Happening

The 2022-23 school year in review
Learn more >

DEIA Parent Toolkit

Resources to support diversity, equity, inclusion & anti-racism work
Learn more >

Facility Rentals

Sharing our spaces with the community, after hours
Learn more >

Where students love to learn

At New Westminster Schools, we serve a rich tapestry of cultures, backgrounds, learning styles and needs. Together, we are a caring, inclusive, and committed learning community guided by our vision of being a place where students love to learn.

海角社区 & Events

VIEW ALL

April 11, 2024

New Westminster Schools will welcome Mark Davidson as new superintendent this summer

New Westminster Schools is excited to announce Mark Davidson will join the district as its new superintendent, starting July 8.

Davidson has led Medicine Hat School Division since 2016 and has been in K-12 education since 2000 as a teacher, vice-principal, principal, and deputy superintendent in addition to superintendent/CEO. He also worked for Alberta Education as a senior education manager. The Medicine Hat School Division has 7,500 students, 800 staff, and a budget of $93 million. more

April 10, 2024

Changes coming to New Westminster Schools’ school space guiding principles

Changes are necessary to New Westminster Schools鈥 guiding principles that direct how the district manages short term capacity for enrollment growth. The proposed changes include clearer, more detailed language on enrollment priorities at both the K-8 and Grade 9-12 levels.

The original guiding principles, approved by the Board of Education in June 2022, met the district鈥檚 needs for a short time. However, as capacity pressure continues to mount in New Westminster Schools, the principles no longer meet the district's needs. They require more clarity to ensure greater transparency in future decision-making. more

March 18, 2024

Good Things are Happening District 海角社区letter – March Edition

Good Things are Happening at New Westminster Schools!

This new newsletter highlights exciting developments and achievements taking place at our schools and within our district throughout the year. We know our staff and students work hard to leave a positive mark on our community and we are pleased - and more than a little excited - to share their success stories with you. more

February 27, 2024

Join us for the annual WALK30 challenge!

WALK30 is a friendly competition designed to encourage and inspire everyone to establish a daily walking routine, promoting overall health and wellness. The objective is for participants to walk for 30 minutes daily over 30 days, tracking their progress in April. Registration opens March 1st! more

January 31, 2024

Statement on Administrative Procedure 520 and school-raised funds

The District understands discussions about the review of Administrative Procedure 520 and the transfer of funds from the New Westminster Secondary School musical theatre department have generated a lot of interest and concerns amongst parents and groups in our district. After acknowledging the input we've received and upon closer reflection, the District will restore the NWSS musical theatre department's funds in full ($18,400) instead of the previously stated sum of $14,400. more

海角社区 & Resources

VIEW ALL

April 11, 2024

New Westminster Schools will welcome Mark Davidson as new superintendent this summer

New Westminster Schools is excited to announce Mark Davidson will join the district as its new superintendent, starting July 8.

Davidson has led Medicine Hat School Division since 2016 and has been in K-12 education since 2000 as a teacher, vice-principal, principal, and deputy superintendent in addition to superintendent/CEO. He also worked for Alberta Education as a senior education manager. The Medicine Hat School Division has 7,500 students, 800 staff, and a budget of $93 million. more

September 11, 2023

Good Things are Happening: 2022-23 in review

From learning highlights to capital development work, here's a look at the highlights of the 2022-23 school year ... building strong foundations and forecasting to the year ahead. more

August 23, 2023

New Ministry K-12 Reporting Policy

What you need to know to understand the goals and standards in your child's report cards more

海角社区 or questions about our website, please contact , New Westminster Schools Communications Manager, or fill out our Direct Email form.