Saleema Noon Letter to Parents
Tennyson's French Online Book Fair
Tennyson's French online book fair is scheduled for May 17th-30th.
Our Tennyson link: https://virtualbookfairs.scholastic.ca/fr/pages/5157014
May 17th PAC Meeting Agenda
Lord Tennyson PAC Meeting Executive & General Meetings – May 17, 2021 Agenda
May 17 – 30: Virtual Book Fair
Monday, May 24: Victoria Day (no school)
Monday, May 28: Staff Appreciation Lunch
May 31 – June 4: Walk to School Week
Tuesday, June 1: Body Science Saleema Noon (parent session) June 2 & 3: Body Science Saleema Noon (student sessions)
Monday, June 14: PAC AGM
Tuesday, June 29: Last day of school
Funderland Summer Camps
Lyceum Summer Programs
Baseball Summer Camp
We are writing to share information with you about a potential SkyTrain extension to UBC. With the upcoming SkyTrain extension from VCC-Clark to Arbutus to be completed in 2025, TransLink is studying a potential further extension to UBC to better connect the region and meet transit demand all along the Broadway Corridor today and into the future.
The 99 B-Line bus route on the Broadway Corridor is the busiest bus route in Canada and the United States. It is also one of the region’s most consistently overcrowded bus routes. Overcrowded buses lead to longer and less reliable travel times, and also longer wait times due to bus bunching. This reduces the overall attractiveness of transit compared to driving.
TransLink is currently undertaking technical planning work and engagement with Indigenous Nations, stakeholders and the public to help us confirm the objectives of a potential SkyTrain extension to UBC, and evaluate possible route options and station locations.
From now until May 14, we invite you to have your say on a potential Millennium Line UBC Extension. Visit the engagement page to learn more about the topics, take the survey, and register for the online open house on Saturday May 1st. (https://www.translink.ca/ubcextension).
Millennium Line UBC Extension Project Team
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