Week-at-a-Glance May 22 – 26

* Please note: This message is best viewed on a desktop or laptop




Monday, May 22




Monday: Victoria Day (Stat. Holiday)


Tuesday, May 23  


Tuesday: CANCELLED – 7:45am Choir Practice as per Mrs. Saip’s email last week. Next practice is on Tues. May 30. Choir/Band Concert is June 6 at 1:30pm and 6:30pm!


Tuesday: Reminder to Grade 7 Students of morning visit to South Delta Secondary.


Wednesday, May 24  



Wednesday: 7pm Meeting in Library for Grade 7 Parents interested/able to help with Year-end Event planned for Tues. June 27 (Morning Ceremony followed by Grade 7 Lunch/Dance in the afternoon)






Thursday, May 25





Thursday: Hot Dog Day! Thanks to parent volunteers who organize/distribute lunches.


Thursday: 7pm PAC AGM Meeting in Library – all parents/guardians welcome! Please click for agenda:  https://ph.deltasd.bc.ca/agm-2023-2/



Friday, May 26




Friday: Tabletop Treasures Sale in the gym! Please see details in notes below or in memo sent home last week. Many thanks to the parent organizing team!


Friday: 3:15pm Parents/Guardians of new PH Kindergarten students (entering school this fall 2023) attend an “Orientation to Kindergarten”. Welcome to Pebble Hill! 🙂



Other important notes & upcoming dates:

* Please remember that Delta Schools are scent-free zones. Please help by joining us in reminding students to avoid scented products. Thank-you!

* When possible, please avoid use of the school roundabout. Please do not leave your vehicle unattended in the roundabout, especially during drop-off/pick-up times. Please help to keep traffic moving at a safe pace in school zones.

Friday, May 26 – Pebble Hill’s extremely popular Tabletop Treasures Sale!
Tustin school turned into mini-swap meet – Orange County Register

Pebble Hill School’s 2nd “Tabletop Treasures Sale”

• Students are invited to sell small items to their peers (Similar idea to a Spring Yard Sale)

• Please review the items with your child(ren) before they are brought to the school to avoid the selling of any items that were not meant for sale!

• Items need to be priced at $1.00, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00 or $5.00 (round numbers from $1 – $5 to ease the ticket transactions on sale day)

• $1.00 Tickets will be available for sale before May 26th. There will be no cash transactions permitted on May 26th. Please don’t send cash to school with students on the day of the sale.

• Class/divisions will rotate on a schedule during this school day event. Each class/division will have the opportunity to both sell & shop.

Thanks for supporting this fundraiser for the kids!

Pebble Hill PAC




May 29 to June 2







Bike to School Week!

This year it is May 29 to June 2!

Safety first: Please wear bike helmets and review rules of the road for cyclists.https://www.drivesmartbc.ca/cycling/rights-and-duties-cycle-operators




Summer Learning 2023

Registration will be open until – June 29th at 2pm

Online registration for current Delta Students and out of district students

International students must register using the paper registration.



Delta Parks & Recreation Summer 2023 Registration




Internet Viewing: Monday, May 8
Aquatic Registration Opens (Delta residents): 9am, Wednesday. May 17
General Registration Opens (Delta residents): 9am, Thursday, May 18
General Registration Opens (non-Delta residents): 9am, Wednesday, May 31


You can register online or by calling 604-952-3000.





Upcoming Hot Lunch Days!
Please see online orders on Munch-a-Lunch
Thank-you, volunteer parent organizers!



Thurs. May 25 – Hot Dog Day

Fri. June 2 – Dairy Queen

Fri. June 16 – Domino Pizza (This is Sports Day!)

Online Safety – Monitoring tech use & online activity

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!






Raising Digitally Responsible Youth: A Parent’s Guide: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/erase/documents/raising-digitally-responsible-youth.pdf

Students are encouraged to always tell parents or other trusted adults if someone has made an inappropriate request or made them feel uncomfortable or unsafe.


NeedHelpNow.ca helps teens stop the spread of sexual pictures or videos and provides support along the way. If you or someone you know has been negatively impacted by a self/peer exploitation incident, we are here to help offer guidance on the steps you can take to get through it.