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David Lloyd George Elementary PAC

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Welcome DLG Families!

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Since communication is key to building a great school community, the David Lloyd George PAC (Parent Advisory Council) has created this website to help our families stay up-to-date on the important stuff. With the construction of our new school well underway and school fundraisers and events back to full capacity in-person, we thought that an online platform was necessary to more easily convey important information. We are always looking for volunteers throughout the year to help with various events and fundraisers. Please take a look at the volunteer opportunities page, as many of these roles do not involve joining the PAC as an executive. Thanks to our amazing families, we have officially reached our $100,000 fundraising goal to build the new primary playground. We will soon be launching a smaller $10,000 fundraiser for the new sensory room (more information will be posted shortly). The PAC sincerely appreciates all volunteers, no matter how big or small your role is - so please consider helping out in any way you can!

Current PAC Executives:

Co-Chairs: Shandelle (Grade 3 & 5 parent) & Ashley (Grade 3 parent)

Treasurer: Scally (Grade 1 parent)
Secretary: Avishai (Intermediate Parent)

We would also like to extend a warm welcome to our incoming 2022/2023 Kindergarten families and others whose students joined the school in upper grades this year! Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.

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Thank you Variety!

Variety Children's Charity of BC has been an incredible support to our school! In 2021, they matched $750 of our raised funds that allowed us to purchase $1500 worth of immediately needed items to support our special education students. In January 2023, they approved our Variety Schools Program grant application and have matched our funds for the sensory room project in the amount of $8,067! As we prepare to design and build a fully-equipped sensory room in our new school, we would like to recognize Variety's contributions. To read more about this project and the donor recognition event (for all donors) that will occur in the Fall, please click the link below:

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What's Happening?

Take a moment to explore various sections on our website. We want to make sure you hear about all the important and exciting things happening at our school!

DLG Carnival

We are incredibly excited to announce that after 3 years of being cancelled, our Annual DLG Carnival fundraiser will be happening again in June 2023!

Upcoming Fundraisers and School Events

Stay updated on current school events and fundraisers such as ShopFunds (gift cards), Purdy's Chocolates, and more! We will be posting information soon on the fundraisers for our new sensory room!

New Playground Fundraising

Thank you to all of our amazing families who helped us reach our $100,000 goal! Our playground has been ordered and will be built in the coming months to be ready for the opening of the new school.

Seismic Upgrade

Our seismic rebuild is well underway. Click the link below for more details and be sure to check back regularly for updates.

We Need Volunteers!

We are always happy to have more volunteers! Visit our volunteer opportunities page to find out how you can help.

PAC meeting minutes

Click through to view past PAC meeting minutes.

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We would first like to acknowledge that we live, work and play on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples–Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations. Additionally, we would like to take a moment to honour the 215 Indigenous children found buried at the former Kamloops Residential School in May 2021, the many more who continue to be located, as well as those still waiting to be found. Our hearts are with the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation and all others so deeply impacted by these discoveries. The DLG staff, students, and PAC are committed to creating a culturally safe and healing space for Indigenous families as we walk this path toward reconciliation.

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