Stoney Creek Community School will be upgrading our phones throughout the school. Our phone numbers and fax number will change on Thursday, May 18th, 2017.
The new school phone number is 604-296-9031.
The new fax number is 604-296-9073.
Has your phone number changed too? This will also be a good time to ensure that we have the correct numbers to reach you and your emergency contacts if they have changed. If you move, change numbers, get a new phone, or change daycare providers, please ensure that the school has the correct information to contact you for emergency and non-emergency reasons.
We have two points of interest regarding communicating with Stoney Creek and staff members:
1) Due to internet issues, the district has experienced difficulty in email communications to and from “hotmail” and “yahoo” accounts. If you use these email providers, be aware that your communications to and from the school will likely not function properly. If you encounter a situation where you get no answer to an email, or think you should have received an email, this may be the cause.
2) In mid-May, our school telephone system will be upgraded, and we will be changing the main school number to (604) 296-9031. There will be more info soon on this, and on the date the switch-over will occur.
Effective this school year (2016/17), a new interim Ministerial Order on reporting has been
put in place to support the redesigned K-9 curriculum. The new Order provides districts with
guidelines on communicating student progress, as well as the flexibility needed at a more
local level to continue to move ahead with new practices in student reporting.
Boards of Education will continue to provide parents with a minimum of five reports
describing students’ school progress. Three of the reports will be formal written reports and
two informal reports. Informal reports are an important link between home and school and
can take a variety of forms such as telephone calls, student-led conferences, parent-teacher
conferences, use of journals, emails, etc. Schools and teachers determine how they will
informally communicate with parents.
The updated policy is posted on the Ministry site:
The Burnaby School District will continue to share updated information through the school
Parent Advisory Council (PAC) and the District Parent Advisory Council (DPAC).