September 24, 2019
Dear Delta Parents & Guardians,
As you have likely seen and heard through the media, youth around the world have been staging rallies and other forms of peaceful protest in the effort to express their concern for their future on this planet. On the afternoon of Friday September 27,… Read more »

Thursday, September 26th at 1:45pm, the students and staff of Pebble Hill Elementary will be participating in this year’s Terry Fox School Run for cancer research.  We are proud to continue the legacy of one of our country’s greatest heroes.  
We hope you will join us and support this wonderful cause by donating to our Terry Fox School Run.  … Read more »

Good afternoon,
We received notice today from the school board to go ahead and move students into their classes for the 2019-2020 school year.  It’s an exciting day!  After lunch today, we were able to move all Grades 1-7 students into their classes with their new teacher for the year. Due to gradual entry,… Read more »

Welcome back to school everyone—
As the year begins, I wish Delta students, parents, and staff a wonderful school year.
I hope that Delta’s amazing summer weather has given you all the opportunity to rest, relax, recharge, and spend time with family and friends. As we settle into our schools and learning spaces,… Read more »

First Day Procedures: *9am-12pm* Tuesday, Sept. 3rd
Kindergarten Students: Please follow the gradual entry schedule (Group A or B) and line up outside the Kindergarten classrooms at your assigned time (look for the signs).
New students to Pebble Hill: Please make your way to the gym where you will be welcomed and taken to an age-appropriate class…. Read more »

Hello All!
My name is Lorrenne Alkema  and I am the new Principal of Pebble Hill Traditional Elementary.  I am very excited to be joining the Pebble Hill Community! I have worked as an educator in Delta for almost 18 years.  I taught in several schools in the district and most recently was the Vice-Principal of Holly in Ladner. … Read more »

As we wind down the 2018/19 school year and look towards the warm, restorative days of summer break, I would like to take this time to acknowledge the hard work and commitment to success we have experienced across Delta School District this school year.
Thank you to all our parents and staff who have helped and supported our students in innumerable ways…. Read more »

The June Newsletter is now available, click here. In this newsletter is information about:

Year End Assembly
Grade 7 Assembly
Noon Hour Supervisors needed for September
School Supply Lists coming soon
Calendar for next year… Read more »

June is Pride Month, and the Delta School District is raising rainbow flags this week at the two administrative buildings in Ladner to recognize this global initiative.
“We want to honour the fact that it is Pride Month and reaffirm our longstanding commitment to establishing and maintaining a safe and positive learning environment for all students and employees,” says Laura Dixon,… Read more »

The April Newsletter is now posted on the Pebble Hill Website. There is information on the the PAC Social, which is on Saturday, April 27. We hope you can attend. There is also information about the goings on at Pebble Hill this past month. Click here for the link to the newsletter…. Read more »

The March 2019 Pebble Hill Traditional School newsletter is now available to view.
You can read about the Fab 4, the Student Learning Survey, and some fun activities that the students participated in. We baked cookies, completed a basketball season, and wore Pink Shirts. There is also some important information about our upcoming talent show and parent appreciation event…. Read more »

THANK YOU for helping to make our Heart & Stroke Jump Rope for Heart event a success!
This year, approximately 300 students at Pebble Hill Traditional School participated in the Jump Rope for Heart. We were raising funds for Heart & Stroke. Thank you for your support! Once we have a grand total,… Read more »

Children are naturally energetic, but without encouragement they can become inactive. Today many children spend more and more time sitting – in class, using the computer or watching TV.  As a result, more than half of Canadian children aren’t active enough for optimal health and development.
Skipping is an efficient and effective way to get a great workout in just 15-20 minutes…. Read more »

If you were unable to register for Kindergarten due to the recent snowfall, schools are open and ready to welcome your child! Please register as soon as possible. For further information please visit the school district website at… Read more »