News Archive

Please refer to the link below and attachments for addtional details regarding Academic Completion and Full Credit Summer school. Please note that Academic Completion
Here is an update on our 2020 yearbooks. If you purchased a 2020 Yearbook, please note that 2020 Yearbooks will be delayed in being distributed
Dear MacNeill Parents and Guardians, As we move into the last few weeks of the school year, we would like to share with you the
For any students that will be returning to school later than 12:00 pm on Wednesday, September 9th, 2020, the attached Notice of Late Return Form
Our next PAC meeting will be our PAC AGM meeting which will be held on June 9, 2020 at 7pm. This meeting will be a
I hope you are all well and doing your best with keeping up with all your online learning. We have been busy preparing for next
Dear Students and Parents, Please find attached important documents about our June 1st Restart Plan. If you did not inform us of your desire to
Attached is our 2020/2021 calendar for students/families. *Please note that this is subject to change, based on Covid-19/phases of the on-site/remote learning schedule
All BC students (K-12) are required by the Ministry of Education to complete a year-end self-assessment of the Core Competencies. Please refer to the attached
Hello, Please see attached for the latest update from Vancouver Coastal Health regarding things to be mindful as a part of BC’s Restart Plan.
Dear Parents and Guardians, Please read the latest letter from the Superintendent of Schools, Scott Robinson. In response to recent announcements by the Minister of
A Message from the PAC: All MacNeill parents please note that May 19th PAC AGM meeting has been rescheduled to June 9, 2020. Please note
During this COVID-19 pandemic, our school district has had to change the scope and method of instruction in Summer Learning in order to ensure the
Dear Parents and Guardians, As British Columbia begins to ease restrictions relating to COVID-19, public schools will play an important role in the provincial government’s
Dear Grade 12 Students and Parents and Guardians: The Richmond School District has a deep appreciation for the significance of graduation for our Grade 12