The Langley School District and the Ministry of Education
Have excellent resources and tools to support families in their continued learning during this time. Families are encouraged to regularly check their emails and the district website for the most current information. Teachers and Admin are working remotely or with social distracting and are available for families to connect with. The Ministry has put together a parent website with resources for them to support learning.
For Ministry resources and tools: www.openschool.bc.ca/keeplearning
Langley School District
School and district buildings are closed to the public unless arranged with school administrators. Schools are gathering information from families and community groups to provide basic needs for our families who already access breakfast, lunch, and food throughout the year. The best way to stay up to date with district information is www.sd35.bc.ca.
Fraser Valley Regional Library
Due dates and holds will automatically extend to accommodate the closure period, and all late fines waived. All of our digital content, including eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, video streaming, eLearning, is available 24/7 online. Borrowing and streaming limits have been doubled for our most popular eBook, audiobook and streaming services, including OverDrive, RBdigital, Kanopy, and Acorn TV. Customers can contact their local library using the emails and online form available on each library’s information page (available under the locations tab).
Langley Centennial Museum
Our website has a large collection of artifacts and photographs from our archives which are useful with at-home learning for social studies and study of local communities. The email address above can be used for questions about the information online as well.
Settlement Workers in Schools (SWIS)
Provides settlement assistance (currently over the phone and email) to assist parents and students during the COVID crisis
Settlement Supports Provides settlement assistance (currently over the phone and email) to assist parents and caregivers during the COVID crisis. Please call 604-533-7989
The Government of Canada’s Connecting Families initiative, in partnership with Internet service providers (ISPs), helps eligible low-income Canadian families get home Internet services for $10 per month