Kilometre Club is Back!

WHEN: Every Tuesday and Thursdays  May 15th to May 31st

TIME: 8:15am – 8:40am
LOCATION: Cleveland’s Lower Field

With each kilometre, we’ll track Cleveland’s progress across the country.

Parents, Sign up to volunteer: Sign up sheet
Need Volunteers: at 8:10 am at the “Lowers”.
Tracking: With each kilometre, we’ll track Cleveland’s progress across the country.

Need Parent Volunteers:

  • One Volunteer for Each Grade – To track the kilometres covered by the students and awarding prizes, ribbons and medals based on their participation and the distance they have covered.
  • Three volunteers – To hand out popsicle sticks to students for each lap.

How Tracking Works:

  • Students will run or walk laps (1 lap= 0.33 km) and will be given a popsicle sticks (by a parent volunteer) for each lap covered.
  • Once the 15-20 minutes is completed, the kids take their sticks to parent volunteers to tally the laps covered.
  • The parent volunteers will mark down number of sticks for each grade.
Want to help out? Please contact Eleanor Gill ( or Sydney Morrison (

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Budget Update

Last Fall, school administration, teachers and a survey conducted by your fundraising coordinators helped us determine an investment in technology was a top priority for this year’s budget.

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Welcome Carving Update

A heartfelt thank you to John and Stacey Powers and family, who have generously contributed a beautiful piece of cedar for a welcome carving by Squamish Nation Elder and master carver Latash. This project offers a learning opportunity for the Cleveland community as it takes shape in the courtyard, and a special and lasting legacy for our school.

Thank you to the Powers family, Principal Reid and Latash (Maurice Nahanee) for giving Cleveland students this wonderful opportunity!


Tue, May. 22nd

Walk & Roll Challenge

Tue, May. 29th

Food Day: Magic Lunch Box

Tue, May. 29th

Parent Appreciation Tea

Tue, May. 29th

CPAC meeting

Wed, May. 30th

Staff Collaboration: dismissal

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CPAC still needs one more Hot Lunch Coordinator to organize a weekly hot lunch delivery. Our hot lunch program is well-liked by parents for the convenience it offers, and represents the largest single source of fundraising income for the CPAC’s annual budget.

Filling the position of Hot Lunch Coordinator is vital to the program’s existence and the CPAC’s capacity to fund the projects and expenses all students benefit from.

Please contact for more information.
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CPAC - Cleveland Elementary School Parent Advisory Council

Parents: Please join us for a light dinner and viewing of “Hold on to your kids”, a film by Dr. Gordon Neufeld on Saturday, June 2 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Hosted by our Parent Community Developers for families with children 0-6 years old.
Location: Family Resource Centre John Braithwaite Community Centre, 145 West 1st Street, North Van
Registration: Email or call 604.983.6494

Childminding available, limited space, reserve early! Learn more:
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