Coming up next week: May 24-28

Students born in 2009 or earlier are now eligible to register on the B.C. COVID-19 Immunization website

Registration is now open for students between the ages of 12 and 17 to receive their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. On Thursday afternoon the province announced that children born in 2009 or earlier (12 and older) can register on the B.C. COVID-19 Immunization website. The goal is to have students vaccinated by June 30, with second doses by Aug. 30.

To register, fill out your child’s information at getvaccinated.gov.bc.ca, available 24/7 or call 1-833-838-2323 between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. any day of the week. You can also register in-person at any Service BC centre. After registering, you will receive a text, email or phone call when it is your turn to book a vaccine appointment. Don’t expect to book an appointment the same day you register.

Once you have registered and have received your booking invitation, please do not delay booking an appointment. Bring your child’s Care Card to their appointment. If your child does not have a personal health number, you can register by phone at 1-833-838-2323.

Booking invites will be sent to those who are older first, and most appointments will take place at the same immunization clinics used to vaccinate people in other age groups. Household and group vaccination options are also available. For more information, visit fraserhealth.ca/vaccine

District Survey:

Its been an unprecedented year and staying up to date with information has been critical. With summer just around the corner, we wanted to take this opportunity to review and evaluate our pandemic communications to date, with a goal of identifying opportunities for improvement to reach our target audiences more effectively. This includes staff, students, and families.

To do this, we have contracted Mustel Group – an independent professional market and opinion research firm based in B.C. – to conduct a survey with parents/guardians regarding the District’s communications on matters related to COVID-19. 

This survey will take approximately 5-10 minutes of your time. By completing the survey, your input will help us better understand how well we have communicated with families about COVID-19 and how communications can be improved going forward. Please note that responses provided will remain completely confidential and anonymous, and will be reported in aggregate form only. 

To complete the survey, click on the following link: https://survey.givingopinions.ca/c221rp

The survey is also available in the following languages:

·        Punjabi: https://survey.givingopinions.ca/c221rp?lang=pa

·        Simplified Chinese: https://survey.givingopinions.ca/c221rp?lang=zhs

·        Arabic: https://survey.givingopinions.ca/c221rp?lang=ar

The survey closes on Monday, May 31 and questions regarding the survey’s use or content can be directed to: comm-office@surreyschools.ca

Thank you so much for your time. We value and appreciate your input.

Coyote Virtual Talent Show:

Calling all talent!  Coyote Creek is putting on their first ever virtual Talent Show!

Now is your chance to be creative and show us your hidden talents.  Submissions can take the form of photographs or videos (3 mins max). These can be filmed at home, outside or at a special location unique to your talent!

Parents, please help younger students photograph or film themselves and send the finish product to coyotecreekleadership@gmail.com by June 9th. Include each child’s name and division on the email.  Details for viewing our talent show to follow!

Please respect physical distancing guidelines during filming if you video includes more than one person… we want to set a good example within our community!  Be creative and have fun!

Math Challenge 7:

The results are in for Math Challenge #7! Congratulations to ALL the mathletes that participated!

There were 16 mathletes that mastered the challenge and submitted the correct solution with a clear explanation of how they solved the problem.

Names were randomly drawn from all of the solutions that were submitted. The prize draw winners for this week’s challenge are:

  • Jayden, Div.13
  • Aneesha, Div.13
  • Rebecca, Div.9
  • Japneet, Div.10
  • Bryan, Div.9

If you would like to try Challenge 7 at home, you can find the link below.

Monday, May 24

• Victoria Day- no school

Tuesday, May 25

• No events today

Wednesday, May 26

• Last day to send in donations for our two families recovering from the Fleetwood Apartment fire

Thursday, May 27

• No events today

Friday, May 28

• No events today

  • May 31- Pro-D Day- no school
  • June 3- Early Dismissal 1:30
  • June 7-11 Sport’s day Week
  • June 7- Early Dismissal 1:30
  • June 9- Spirit Day- Wacky Accessory Day
  • June 17- Grade 7 Virtual Leaving Ceremony
  • June 24- Last Day of School

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