Week-at-a-Glance February 13 – 17

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Monday, February 13  


Monday: Students, please come to school in wet weather outerwear & footwear. Today there is a high probability of rain!


Monday: Boys Basketball Practice in gym at lunch (all players).


Monday: Choir Practice in Music room at lunch


Monday: First day of in-person Kindergarten Registration (M-Th) 9:30am to 12noon in addition to online registration option. https://www.deltasd.bc.ca/schools/student-registration/kindergarten/



Tuesday, February 14  


Tuesday: 7:45am Choir Practice. Students, please meet Mrs. Saip in the gym.


Tuesday: Valentine’s/Friendship Day 🙂 Wear pink, purple, red and white, if you wish!


Tuesday: 3:00pm Boys Grade 6/7 Basketball players for today’s home game to meet in the gym and warm-up. Please demonstrate excellent sportsmanship and enjoy the game!



Wednesday, February 15  





Wednesday: Grade 6 students on Cypress Mountain excursion. Parents/caregivers: please review all important information that was sent home earlier. (Snowboarders: Please remember your wrist guards!) Excellent manners and behaviour is required, including on the bus.




Thursday, February 16




Thursday: Wear RED for Jump Rope for Heart Day! in the gym & outside (weather permitting). There is an extra free recess if we reach our goal to raise $2,000.00 for the Heart & Stroke Foundation.

Pebble Hill Link if you wish to donate:


Thursday: 3:00pm Girls Grade 6/7 Basketball players for today’s home game to meet in gym and warm up. Please demonstrate excellent sportsmanship and enjoy the game!



Friday, February 17





Friday: Professional Learning Day – no school. Schools are closed to students while teachers engage in a Professional Learning Day with focus on building students’ literacy skills. Teachers will engage in sessions both online & in-person.


Please remember that Monday is Family Day – a BC statutory holiday. Schools are closed. https://www.bcrpa.bc.ca/everything-else/bc-family-day/2023fdactivities/



Other important dates & notes

* Please remember that Delta Schools are scent-free zones. Please remind students to avoid scented products. Thank-you!


Pebble Hill Traditional’s 2022/2023 Grade 7 students are asking for your help. They’re raising funds toward their year-end celebration and activities. 

Two options to show your support:

  1. There will be occasional “pop-up” sales during lunch or after school that are organized and held by parents of grade 7 students and our Grade 7 Leadership Team. 
  2. Express drop off of recyclable containers at the Tsawwassen return it depot. Bag your cans and bottles in a clear plastic bag, take to the return it depot, enter Pebble Hill’s phone number 604-943-0228 at their printer kiosk, print out a label, tag your bag and drop in the express bin. It’s that simple. No sorting necessary. The funds can only be claimed by the school. If you need any assistance with bags or tags, or if you’d prefer to drop bagged items at the school, please email parent of a grade 7 student: Kelly at Kellya_76@hotmail.com to coordinate. Thanks!

Monday, February 20




BC Statutory Holiday: “Family Day” – schools are closed. Enjoy the long weekend! https://www.bcrpa.bc.ca/everything-else/bc-family-day/2023fdactivities/




Wednesday, February 22




Pink Shirt Day – Please wear PINK! 🙂 Students will continue to learn and practice ways to express kindness and appreciate diversity.


Cookies for Kindness – more details coming soon!


“Battle of the Badges” – This annual ‘Pink Shirt Day’ event returns! Most PH Intermediate students will travel to Sungod Rec. Centre this morning to join almost 1,700 Delta students to cheer on both Delta Fire & Delta Police during a fun game of hockey!




Thursday, February 23



Hot Dog Day & Casual Day (school-appropriate clothing, please!)



Friday, February 24



Hot Lunch Day – Dairy Queen


PH Choir performs at Vancouver Giant’s Hockey Game at Langley Events Centre. Game starts at 7:30pm.



Online Safety

We know helping kids stay safe while online is something many parents/guardians are concerned about. We encourage you to review the following resources for more information on the online interests of young people, the potential risks they face and proactive strategies to help keep them safe!




The Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions, in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Child Care, has developed an information sheet on substance use decriminalization for parents, guardians, and caregivers. Talking to Children and Youth about Decriminalization and Substance Use: Resources for Parents/Guardians and Caregivers is now available on the erase website.