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Premier announces new school playgrounds for students throughout B.C.
Students at 51 schools throughout the province will have new playgrounds when they return to school in September, as part of a new playground fund that will take fundraising pressure off of parents, announced Premier John Horgan.
Premier announces new classrooms on the way for Surrey students
A new elementary school, two additions to existing schools and the land needed to build another school, will help ease overcrowding and improve classroom conditions for students in Surrey, Premier John Horgan announced today.
Second elementary school site will benefit future students in Langford
A new site for a future elementary school has been purchased in Langford, the fastest growing community in the Capital Regional District.
Safer school for École Armstrong Elementary students
Almost 400 young students in Burnaby can look forward to having a safer school with the announcement of a $6.7-million seismic upgrade at École Armstrong Elementary.
Improving supports for students is the focus of inaugural two-day mental-health conference
For the first time, representatives of B.C.’s public, independent and First Nations schools, police, health authorities, and child and youth mental-health workers have come together under one roof, focused on how to make life better for students struggling with mental-health issues.  
Programs that enhance student well-being receiving $300,000
Two organizations that help at-risk students improve their physical and mental well-being will each receive grants of $150,000 from the Government of British Columbia.
Statement on Mental Health Week and Child and Youth Mental Health Day
Judy Darcy, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions; Katrine Conroy, Minister of Children and Family Development; and Rob Fleming, Minister of Education, have released the following statement in recognition of Mental Health Week, from May 7 to 13, 2018, and Child and Youth Mental Health Day on May 7, 2018:
Premier announces awards for excellence in education
Nominations open today for the new Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Education, an opportunity to recognize the enormous contributions of education professionals who go above and beyond to make life better for students in British Columbia.
Education mission will attract more French teachers to B.C.
British Columbia’s education mission has signed new agreements that will help get more French-speaking teachers into B.C.’s classrooms and give more B.C. kids the opportunity to participate in French programs.
Woodlands’ survivors finally to receive redress from provincial government
Former residents of Woodlands who attended the school before Aug. 1, 1974, will finally receive compensation for systemic abuse suffered at the provincial institution, announced Premier John Horgan.

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