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!

Links to district, community, and government resources

Before we get into the links, our disclaimer: including these links on our blog is neither endorsement or recommendation by the PAC, we are just sharing the contact information for anyone interested in learning more about the various organizations...we know they're out there, and now you do too

  North Shore Links  
City of North Vancouver for the official municipal site
North Shore Youth Volunteer Directory for youth and parents to learn more about volunteer opportunities
North Shore Youth Services Directory summarizes a host of resources for youth
Family Services North Shore is a website of resources for families

  Public Education  
NVPAC blog (“Keeping Parents up-to-date on What’s Happening in NV Schools”)   

  North Vancouver School District  

  Ministry of Education  
Learn Now BC is a portal for an array of resources for educators, learners, and parents

  Provincial Health  
healthlinkbc.ca for provincial health resources and information

And lastly, the link to the Handsworth Secondary PAC's website, where there are even more resources, for families with high school students www.handsworthpac.com

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