PAC Newsletter


The Card Project

The final order deadline is Sunday, November 24, 2019 for delivery the week of December 9, 2019.

To place your order:

  1. Go
  2. Click on “TO ORDER”
  3. Click on “USE MY SCHOOL ACCESS CODE” and enter our School Access Code: RR97.
  4. Find your child’s class (use the dropdown menu to find the division and teacher) and then enter your child’s first name.
  5. You can personalize your products (if you wish) and then order the cards and products you like.

If you have any questions or need assistance with orders, please contact:

Marcelle at The Card Project:; or

Michele, PAC Coordinator for The Card Project:

The PAC thanks you for your participation in this great fundraiser.

After School Program Update

We still have space available in our TUESDAY after school program for the upcoming Winter term:

First Nations Art with Gordon Dick

Grades 1-5

January 14 – March 10 (9 sessions)

3:00-4:00pm in Ross Road School – Music Room


Program Description:  Join Gordon Dick from the Tsleil-Waututh Nation to learn basic Coast Salish shapes, find out about spirit animals and create your own indigenous animal.

Maximum 25 participants

Register here: Winter After School Programs


Planning has begun for Ross Road’s annual Winter Fair.

Thank you to all the parents who have volunteered to join the planning committee and make this event happen this year.

More information to come soon but in the meantime save the date!


Bike to School Week Coordinator still needed!

Without a PAC coordinator Bike to School week won’t happen at our school next year.

We were lucky to have Jackie Hicks in this role for several years but she has had to step down and we need someone to take this on for next year.  There are a ton of resources and prizes that we won last year, so it is not a fresh start.

Unfortunately it will be too late now this year to get Escape adventures or sign up for Velodrome field trips, but there are still lots of other options.  Typically there is an opening morning with a group of parents who are keen to attend and set up fun stations and hand out prizes.  The other big component is to sign up with HUB (which only takes 2 minutes) and then to organize teachers to track bike rides each day and had in the tally sheets at the end of the week. The leader will need to total the bike rides to school and submit to HUB and we have all the form templates that can be reused and informational emails.

As the coordinator you can either lead it or form a committee and make it anything you want it to be.

Please consider taking on this role. This is a big community building role and Ross Road kids LOVE bike to school week, we are listed on the HUB website as one of the Top Trips!

To volunteer or find out more about this role contact the PAC at



L’école des Loisirs is offering  The MAX Book Club 2019/2020 to all families at Ross Road.

A MAX group subscription offers your family 8 French books a year from November to June.
Headquartered in Paris, France, L’école des Loisirs has been publishing children’s literature since 1965.
The GROUP subscription through your school means you enjoy a discount rate including taxes and transport.  The books will be sent to the school labelled for each child, so that they can bring it home to enjoy.  You will also enrich the school library by free books we will offer according to the number of subscriptions taken by the families.
Listen to FREE stories from BEBEMAX and KILIMAX​!
For more information, please contact Zhanna Liksutina | | 778-882-5002

SD44 Strategic Planning

All parents are invited to participate in setting the future direction for the North Vancouver School District.

On Wednesday, November 27th at 7:00pm the North Vancouver Parent Advisory Council will be hosting an interactive strategic planning session for parents at the Education Services Centre ( 2121 Lonsdale Ave, 5th Floor).

The North Vancouver Board of Education and school district senior management will guide parents through four activities that will help to create new strategic goals for the school district. Please bring your smart phone or tablet.

Further information about the North Vancouver School District strategic pang process can be found on the North Vancouver School District website.

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