Early Years 2

Questions about the Early Years?

Pre-K
Amanda Slade
aslade@sd35.bc.ca
778-726-3520

Reading Recovery / Early Years
Amanda Leach
aleach@sd35.bc.ca
778-726-5340

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Welcome to the Early Years where staff and families are supported to nurture and teach our very youngest learners! Our Early Years section includes Newborn to Grade 3.

There is a ton of information on curriculum support, outdoor learning, Reggio inspired learning and more!

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  • ADST

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    Questions about ADST in the Early Years?

    ADST/Digital Literacy K-12
    Sandra Averill
    saverill@sd35.bc.ca
    778-726-3548

    How Can I Provide an Entrepreneurship Opportunity to My Students?

    Entrepreneurship Programs in Langley

    Many students across the district are participating in Entrepreneurial projects. Our District supports the use of:

    Caring in Action – Grades K-8 students discover the power to be agents of change by creating their own socially responsible projects.

    To learn more or register your class, please contact Bill Roche at 604-538-0816 or at bill@powerplay4success.com.

    Resources

    Balanced Literacy Guide – Intermediate/Middle
    A resource created for Grade 4-8 teachers by teachers.
    Balanced Literacy Guide – Kindergarten
    A resource for Kindergarten teachers.
    Balanced Literacy Guide – Primary
    A resource for Grades 1-3 teachers.
    Balanced Numeracy Guide
    A resource for Grade K-8 teachers.
    District AcronymsDistrict Vision, Mission, Core Values
    Guiding Principles of AssessmentFramework for Teaching & Learning
    Prioritized Essential Learning Standards in Math K-7Prioritized Learning Standard in English Language Arts K-7
    Reaching and Teaching Every Reader Handbook
    Langley Phonological Awareness K-3 Guidelines and Resources
    Strategic Plan 2019-2022
    Year 3 Update
    Universal Teaching Strategies
    Building Trusting Relationships and Providing Effective Learning, Management, and Classroom Instruction
  • Careers

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  • Health & Wellbeing

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  • Indigenous Ed

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  • Languages

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  • Literacy

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  • Numeracy

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