2014 City of Pitt Meadows and City of Maple Ridge – Community Leadership Award – Certificate of Appreciation for the promotion of inclusion of peoples with disabilities – awarded to James Cameron School
2006 YWCA Vancouver Women of Distinction Awards – Community Leadership Category - Award Finalists Irene Storteboom and Helen MacDonald
2000 International Dyslexia Association, BC Branch - The Dr. and Mrs. Carl L. Kline Award for Outstanding...Read More
Re: Dyslexia and autism spectrum disorder on the rise among B.C. students, Oct. 19
Getting insufficient assistance with reading is not the first or most difficult hurdle young, bright and eager children encounter in their education. They first have to be identified as having difficulty reading. With overwhelmed teachers, underfunding and wait-lists as long as three years, many students are in middle school before they are offered any type of special reading assistance.
Imagine you are 11 years old and you...Read More
Lysa Mair, one of our parents, sent us this note, and we are thrilled to share it!
WARNING: Parents Blatantly Beaming With Pride!
I am so proud I feel like my heart could burst! My son accomplished something I never could in highschool… and there was a time people believed he wouldn’t be able to either. Today I sat with my husband and we watched our son get up out of his chair, walk over and receive a certificate for being on the Principle’s List! It’s higher than being on the honour roll and would...
Two weeks from today, the first day of the new school year will be finished.
It will have marked the beginning of an exciting new school year for all of us at James Cameron School, our 35th year of operation! It will also mark the end of this year’s summer vacation. We hope it has been a relaxing, fun and above all safe summer for all! We were able to enjoy lots of sunshine and warm summer weather. When we come back to school, one of the most common questions will be “What did you do this summer?” We look...
Summer vacation is great! The kids are having fun in the sun, no one is worrying about homework, making lunches, getting up in time…it’s time to relax and enjoy. But wait! The calendar suddenly says August, and that means that September is just around the corner. Along with many other parents, your thoughts may be on what the coming school year will bring. If your worries and concerns are kicking back in, if you are wondering if there is an alternative solution for your struggling son or daughter, an alternative that...Read More
Tuesday, September 3, 2019: First Day of School – Start time 8:15 am and early dismissal time 11:45 am
Thursday, September 19, 2019: Back-to-School BBQ 5:30-6:30 pm/Meet the Staff Night 7-8 pm
The school office will reopen on Monday, August 26, 2019.