District News

Two Delta teens receive top scholarships from SFU

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Bradley Schellenberg and Deanna Liu were awarded $100,000 and $110,000, respectively, for university Original article by Grace Kennedy, North Delta Reporter Two North Delta students… Read more »

A Message from Delta Police: Youth and Gangs

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Delta Police caution youth and parents about gang recruitment This media release is shared via Delta Police With school out for the summer, it’s a… Read more »

Just Watch Them—CBC Picks Seaquam Student as Top 10 Youth for Canada Day

“Just Watch Them”— To celebrate Canada Day, CBC takes a look at 10 young Canadians who are making their mark in their communities and beyond. When Abhayjeet… Read more »

Summer Message from Superintendent Sheppard

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    As I take some time to reflect on this past school year, I am reminded of the many joyful moments shared in our schools,… Read more »

Seaquam Student Wins First Place UN Young Reporters Competition

Congratulations to grade 9 Seaquam Secondary student Ivy Wang, who has been awarded first place in the International YRE Competition, Senior Video Category, by the… Read more »

SDSS Sun Devils Looking for Provincial’s Sweep

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Three South Delta teams are serious provincial title contenders starting with soccer and rugby championships this week Original article Mark Booth/ Delta Optimist Photo Mark Booth South… Read more »

Ladner Teen Displays Strength in Face of Adversity

At 13, Ladner’s Jessica Gentle has endured more medical procedures than one can ever imagine. Original article written by Ian Jacques appeared in the Delta… Read more »

Delta Secondary Construction Students Get Hands-on Learning

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The Delta Secondary construction program offers hands-on, project-based learning to students. Instructor Casey Mynott (left) says Delta Secondary construction students work together on projects. Photograph… Read more »

North Delta Student Creates Sweet Treats


On weekdays, Aliya Grewal is a Grade 9 student at North Delta’s Seaquam Secondary. On weekends, she’s the youngest baker at Clayton’s Happycakes bakery and… Read more »

Where The Wild Things Are – Delta Students Create New Musical

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Students from the Delta School District’s Performance Academy with Vancouver Opera are busy this month visiting Delta schools performing their one-act opera/musical inspired by Maurice… Read more »

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