About Canyon Heights PAC

Welcome to the online source for Canyon Heights Elementary Parent Advisory Council (PAC). All parents at our school are a part of our PAC. We hope for and welcome your input and participation throughout the school year! The PAC plans and supports additional activities for our school community all year long. Fun, fundraising, socializing, and helping connect all members of school community is what we do--believing that a strong and connected community benefits our children most of all!

Thursday, 28 January 2016


8:20- 9:00 am

Starting bell for students at @8:40, as always :)

Especially on Fridays, as we help promote walking/rolling/cycling to school, if you can, leave your car at home - or Drive-to-Five - and let’s kick off the weekend traffic-free. 

Thanks to our awesome local businesses we have coffee from Edgemont Village Starbucks and cookies from Subway.

Our guests this week:

Chris and Melissa Bruntlett, and their two young kids live “car-lite” in Vancouver.  They are coming out to share their passion for inspiring healthier, happier, simpler forms of urban mobility through words, photography and film. They’re very nice so come say hello. Here’s their story: http://www.modacitylife.com/our-story/DNV Councillor Robin Hicks -- also very nice and interested in hearing what parents and kids have to say about safe streets, so please take the time to let him know!Ever wonder why Freedom Fridays? Here’s just one reason - watch the insanity [Runs 2:35]:CTV News Report: Parents warned of dangers during school pick-up, drop-off times http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/parents-warned-of-dangers-during-school-pick-up-drop-off-times-1.2746437?hootPostID=f6525931019f42bb4cf1f56cc9e591b6

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