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New Playground at Hillcrest Elementary School
In June, the school celebrated their 50th anniversary and the Hillcrest...
Oct 7, 2016
Reynolds Selected as Third Greenest School in Canada!
Going green has become a natural part of the curriculum for...
New Gender Identity and Gender Expression Policy for Greater Victoria Schools
 A new Gender Identity and Expression policy was approved by the...

Upcoming Events

SD 61 Glucagon Training

January 16, 2017 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am

Stop Wondering, Start Knowing

January 19, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

The Residential School Story Through My Eyes

February 16, 2017 @ 3:45 pm - 5:15 pm

SD 61 Glucagon Training

February 20, 2017 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am

Strategies for Dealing with Anxiety

February 27, 2017

Young Canadians’ Experiences with Electronic Bullying Report


In 2015 TELUS, MediaSmarts and PREVNet partnered on a research study to better understand the relationship between peer intervention and electronic bullying among Canadian youth. The findings from the Young Canadians’ Experiences with Electronic Bullying study informed the development of the Impact! program resources. Bullying is like a 1000 paper cuts… Read more

Educating the Heart as Well as the Mind


Why Social Emotional Learning? A key focus of social emotional learning (SEL) is to promote positive development through the fostering of social and emotional skills that form the foundation of mental well-being and success in life. Skills such as understanding and managing emotions and behaviours, solving personal and interpersonal problems,… Read more

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Welcome to Healthy Schools

Picture12 An inseparable relationship exists between a student’s wellbeing and their learning and development. Wellbeing includes physical, mental, social and emotional aspects and is an important learning need for all students. If compromised, it can negatively interfere with learning, academic and lifelong success.
-Dr. Rose Azuike