Please click on the following link to read the latest Newsletter.  Newsletter Click Here In this newsletter: Principals Message Upcoming Dates Information on Report Cards (available December 19) Food Drive Reading Link Challenge Scholastic Book Fair Parent Advisory Committee message  

Pebble Hill Traditional School is moving to electronic report cards starting this year.   Click here for more information about paperless report cards!

We will be holding our annual Gingerbread House event on Wednesday, December 12.   Click here for more information about this event.

Are you interested in French Immersion? Delta School District is hosting Parent & Student Information Nights to learn about our French Immersion Programs. Come out and hear from French Immersion Students, Teachers, Principals and Coordinators. Did you know there are two French Immersion Programs offered in Delta? EARLY French Immersion Program (Kindergarten to Grade 12)… Read more »

The Pebble Hill Christmas Concert will be on Tuesday, December 18, at both 1:30 and 6:30 p.m.   Click here to view the information regarding the Christmas Concert.

Click here for information on the Friday Night Heights program. The South Delta Senior Girls Volleyball program presents Friday Night Heights. This program is designed for girls in Grades 6 and 7 (and athletically inclined Grade 5’s) who are interested in improving their skills in preparation for the competitive volleyball leagues of High school and… Read more »

Electrorecycling Challenge Poster The Electrorecycling Challenge is back! Between November 26 – 30, bring your small appliances, powertools, and other small electronics to the school and add them to our bin. This year Pebble Hill students created a video to promote the Electrorecycling Challenge across the district. We are not competing for the $1000 prize,… Read more »

Purdy’s Chocolates Please click here  for the Purdy’s instructions for ordering chocolate. Organization Name: Pebble Hill Traditional Elementary School Customer Number 38519 Deadline: November 28th, 2018 Pick up on December 12, 2018

Click HERE for the newsletter. In this newsletter: New Logo Book Club Remembrance Day Ceremony Scholastic Book Fair Reading Link Challenge Information from the PAC …. and more

I hope everyone has a wonderful long weekend, and a happy thanksgiving. Today at Pebble Hill we had Divisions 10 and 11 lead us in an assembly about gratitude. We have been challenged to think about one thing we are thankful for, every morning, before we even step out of bed. Students are writing on… Read more »

A group of amazing students have put together a newspaper called, The Panther Press. They have created all of the articles and submitted it for publication. Please click on this link to see the Panther Press.

Information about the Pebble Hill Traditional School PAC On-line Auction The PAC’s on-line auction will be live Friday September 28th, 2018 at 6pm (Pacific standard time). There are some fantastic items on the block. The auction website has photos and better descriptions but here’s a taste of what we’ve got up for grabs: The very sought… Read more »

Bike Safety

Sep 24

Keep Your Eyes on the Road and Wear a Helmet: A reminder to parents and students of the importance of bike safety when commuting to and from school. Cycling is a fun, healthy & social way to exercise, be independent, and get around! Students all across Delta School District can be seen every day pedalling to school… Read more »

Welcome back to another year of hot lunch at Pebble Hill. We hope the students will continue to enjoy Hot Lunch at our school and share with their friends on Casual Day. We appreciate your continuing support as this is a fundraiser!  Please click on this link to register your child on the Munch a… Read more »

Students were moved into their new classes today, Thursday, after lunch. The staff puts the utmost value on student placements and we want to make sure we are providing a safe, secure and enjoyable learning environment for all our students. Teachers looked at learning abilities, friendships, overall class composition and parent requests as they placed… Read more »

Please see the welcome back message from your parent advisory committee by clicking on this link: Happy New Year Message from your PAC.

It is hard to believe that in a week the halls will be filled with the chatter of children. I hope everyone has had an amazing summer break, and that the students are ready to come back to school for another year of learning. I am looking forward to seeing everyone next week! Our first… Read more »

Highlights include: Band and Choir Performance PAC Letter to Parents Sports Day Green Team Assembly Planning for Next Year Uniform Fitting/Kindergarten Orientation In the Community May 11 Newsletter

Highlights include: Math Parent Night (May 9) Why Twitter Healthy Relationships Hoop Shoots Student Learning Survey Reading Link Pink shirt Day In the Community April 19 Newsletter

Highlights include: Artist in the School Calendar New Website Grade 6 Students at Cypress Mountain Basketball Season Purdy’s Fundraiser Skating Pink shirt Day Lacrosse Camps PH Newsletter February 22

Highlights include: Kindergarten Registration Calendar Murray Howe Assembly Food Drive Oppenheimer Cookie Drive Band and Choir Class Christmas Concert Crazy Hair Day PH Newsletter January 12

Highlights include: Principal’s Message Calendar Standards-Based Grading Art-Smart Food Drive PAC Message Grade 7 vs Staff Volleyball game Lost & Found December 21st PH Newsletter December 6

It is hard to believe that in a week the halls will be filled with the chatter of children. I hope everyone has had an amazing summer break, and that the students are ready to come back to school for another year of learning. I am looking forward to seeing everyone next week!

Our first day of school is on Tuesday, September 4. Students in Grades 1-7 will be attending school from 9:00 am until noon. Students who are returning to Pebble Hill, should line up by 8:55 am at the door where they lined up in June. Most students will return to last year’s class for the first few days, and the K/1 classes will be taken to the library. If your child is going to miss the first day of school, please call the office at 604-943-0228 and let us know.

Please do not bring any school supplies until Wednesday.

New students already registered will start the day in our school gym.

New students not yet registered should report to the school office.

Our PAC will have a welcome back table in front of the school with coffee on the first day. The PAC executive will be happy to answer questions for new families and are looking forward to welcoming back returning families.

All Kindergarten students should attend on September 4 from 9:00 – 9:45 am. Kindergarten families should follow the “phase in ” schedule that was sent home in June. The Schedule can be seen by clicking on this link: .Gradual Entry Letter Group A 2018  If you are uncertain if your child is in Group A or Group B, please contact the school office or check with the teachers on Tuesday morning.


Our school organization is based upon information provided by families anytime between February and the last week of school.  We now need to determine if there have been changes such as:  families that left during the summer who did not notify the school, or whether all new registrants show up for school.

We can see if our projected enrolment and class organization is consistent with our actual enrolment. By starting the students in last year’s classes we have the opportunity to determine if that information is still accurate while avoiding having young children subject to unnecessary moves.  Students, especially very young ones, quickly become attached to a new teacher and their classmates.  It is very important that we avoid moving them from a class in which they have been placed.  By starting with last year’s classes we avoid disappointment.

Students will be placed in their new classes as soon as possible.  Both the students and teachers are keen to begin to build their new learning communities.

Mrs. Hopkinson