News & Events

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Week at a Glance

Please see the attached week at a glance for April 22-26, for our upcoming events and activities.

Have a wonderful week!

Thank you/ Huy tseep q’u.

Queen of Angels Admin Team

Latest News



Your support is greatly appreciated as we work towards making the Grade 9 Strathcona trip a memorable experience for all students. Friday, May 3, after
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Parent Support Group

The Parent Support Group has a Facebook Page!

Please like and follow our Parent Support Group’s new Facebook page to get ALL the details on their events! Click HERE to go to their
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Ready Set Learn

The Ready/Set/Learn literacy event caters to pre-Kindergarten children ages 3-5. Bring your little ones to engage in reading, writing, and storytelling activities designed to inspire
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Save the Date for the Queen of Angels Spring Fun Fair!

We’re thrilled to announce our Spring Fun Fair, and we need your help to make it an event to remember. Whether you’re a seasoned volunteer
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Book Fair Coming Soon!

We will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair on March 7th during student-led conferences from 3:00 pm-8:00 pm. If any students are unable to attend
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Job Opportunities

We Need A Class 2 Bus Driver! Job Opportunity

Casual Bus Drivers Start date: As soon as possible Island Catholic Schools is currently seeking casual bus drivers. It is a great opportunity for a
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Emergency Information

In the event of inclement weather (or other emergency situations), the Principal (or his/her designate) will determine if a school closure is necessary.

This decision will be made as early as possible in the morning. A school closure notice will be posted in RED, at the top of the home page of our website. Our school admin will contact all families with news of the closure via a *bright arrow telephone message. *A bright arrow message is a digital voice dialer that enables the school to send out a mass notification via telephone to parents and staff quickly. As well, the closure announcement will be posted on our Facebook and Instagram pages. We will also contact Juice FM (89.7) – Duncan radio station.

If you do not hear of our school closure and the weather conditions are severe where you live, you will have to make a choice as to whether or not it is safe to bring/send your children to school.  Please use your discretion in this matter.  If you decide to keep your children home, call the school office as soon as possible.

In the event of an unanticipated closure during school hours (power outage, inclement weather, another emergency), we will ensure that all children are transported home or to an alternate approved location.

Your child’s safety is our main concern in emergency situations.  Please ensure that the office is fully aware of alternate emergency arrangements for your children.  As well, keep the office informed of any changes to phone numbers (regular and cell) and contact people.  Thank you for your cooperation and understandin

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