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Burnaby Schools Many Faces. One Community.

Creativity & Children A great mix That’s one of the reasons our annual Design an Ad special supplement continues to be popular in Burnaby. The Burnaby NOW, local businesses and organizations, and the Burnaby school district, team up and ask city students to design newspaper ads for the special section. Every year, the students produce insightful, creative, thoughtful – and often humorous – advertisements that highlight the strengths of their subjects and often carry compelling messages. The businesses and groups get to choose which students’ advertisement they want to run in the section and our photographer visits the students. The ads and photos of students are put together by our team at the Burnaby NOW and another Design an Ad section is complete. The ads are also on display at Lougheed Town Centre from March 30. I would like to thank all of the students, teachers and participating advertisers who continue to make this annual project a real success!

Lara Graham Publisher Burnaby NOW

Participating Buckingham Elementary Schools: Douglas Road Elementary

École Marlborough Elementary École Seaforth Elementary Kitchener Elementary Lakeview Elementary Lyndhurst Elementary

appreciate that the District offers one of the largest AP programs in Canada, including an option to earn an AP Capstone Diploma. Other specialized learning opportunities include a variety of sports and technology academies, visual & performing We continue to be innovative, arts programs, finding ways to engage our a wide range of career education students and ensure they are options including prepared to contribute and Mechatronics thrive in the evolved world they (Robotics) and will encounter. Health Sciences, and a mini-school for high ability learners. We are making a difference – preparing our students for the challenges of a changing tomorrow and the accolades and awards garnered by our students, staff and schools are testimony to this fact. We invite you to learn more about Burnaby’s public schools at burnabyschools.ca – so many reasons to be proud.

Ron Burton Chair, Burnaby Board of Education

Morley Elementary Nelson Elementary Stoney Creek Community Taylor Park Elementary Twelfth Avenue Elementary

Jessica, Nelson Elementary, Grade 6

École Armstrong Elementary École Aubrey Elementary École Cascade Heights Elementary

Public Education means that every child is given the opportunity to learn and to be inspired to reach their potential, and Burnaby’s public schools have been doing just that, serving the learning needs of the community since 1906. Our mission, to prepare an inclusive caring community of learners for the challenges of a changing tomorrow is as valid today as it was 112 years ago – perhaps even more so. With the impact of globalization and technology, the jobs of today are not likely to be the jobs of the future. We continue to be innovative, finding ways to engage our students and ensure they are prepared to contribute and thrive in the evolved world they will encounter. Education is not a “one size fits all,” and we offer many options to support the unique learning needs of each child. For elementary students, this may include a language program such as French Immersion or Mandarin Language Arts; a Challenge or MACC Program for high-ability learners, or a school that focuses on education through the arts. Secondary students will

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Ms Lavorata and Ms Panagiotou’s grade 6 and 7 students from École Aubrey Elementary School.

Katerina, École Aubrey Elementary School, Grade 7

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Ms Lavorata and Ms Panagiotou’s grade 6 and 7 students from École Aubrey Elementary School.

Yolanda, Nelson Elementary School, Grade 6

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Bianca, Douglas Road Elementary School, Grade 6

Aleni, Stoney Creek Community School, Grade 7

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Misa, École Cascade Heights Elementary School,Grrade 5

Jimin, Stoney Creek Community School, Grade 7

Ms Wilschek’s grade 6 and 7 students from Buckingham Elementary School.

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Ms Chan’s grade 6 and 7 students from École Marlborough Elementary School.

Larraine, Kitchener Elementary School, Grade 7

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Chloe, École Marlborough Elementary School, Grade 7

Mikah, Stoney Creek Community School, Grade 6

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Natalie, Lyndhurst Elementary School, Grade 7

Ms Hart’s grade 6 and 7 students from École Marlborough Elementary School.

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Jamison, École Armstrong Elementary School, Grade 6

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Ms Dodd’s grade 5 and 6 students from Nelson Elementary School.

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Alicia, Buckingham Elementary School, Grade 6

Ms Dodd’s grade 5 and 6 students from Nelson Elementary School.

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Erica, Douglas Road Elementary School, Grade 6

Eugene, Stoney Creek Community School, Grade 7

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Sophia, Kitchener Elementary School, Grade 6

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Mr Morrison’s grade 6 and 7 students from Nelson Elementary School.

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Joshua, Taylor Park Elementary School, Grade 6

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Franchesca, Lakeview Elementary School, Grade 6

Mr Morrison’s grade 6 and 7 students from Nelson Elementary School.

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Jonathan, Lakeview Elementary School, Grade 6

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Jasmine, Taylor Park Elementary School, Grade 6

Sasha, Stoney Creek Community School, Grade 5

Mr Angst’s grade 6 and 7 students from Stoney Creek Community School.

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Eugene, Stoney Creek Community School, Grade 7

Miggy, Twelfth Avenue Elementary School, Grade 5

Ms Hope’s grade 5 and 6 students from Stoney Creek Community School.

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Neesha, Taylor Park Elementary School, Grade 5

Emily, École Seaforth Elementary School, Grade 6

Ms Smith’s grade 6 and 7 students from Stoney Creek Community School.

Katrina Chen, MLA

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