May will be a merry month indeed for New Westminster's 2013 May Queen.
The New Westminster school district may be more than $2 million in the hole, but its top administrators are still making a pretty penny.
Recently, I was invited to talk to students in a Grade 5 class at Herbert Spencer Elementary.
Two New Westminster couples recently discovered that it's indeed a small world after all.
A group of young women made a vow 65 years ago to always be friends - and they've been true to their word. When the young women graduated
A s we move into the latter third of the year, it is worthwhile checking the list of 2012 anniversaries marking noteworthy dates.
In the 32 years the New Westminster Police soccer camp has been held, this may be the first time that two of the participants have come from as far as Alex and Olivia Shepherd have come.
This letter commends Tracy Fulton, principal, the reunion committee and staff on the outstanding 100th reunion of Herbert Spencer staff and student alumni on Saturday, June 9.
There won't be another French immersion class at Herbert Spencer Elementary school this fall, despite a staff recommendation to add the class.
Re: Herbert's 100: If these halls could talk, The Record, May 9.
The New Westminster District Parent Advisory Council will not re-vote on a resolution to ban teachers from running as school trustees, despite recently voting to do so.
New Westminster students demonstrated their artistic flair in the city's annual Heritage Week contests.
New Westminster parents who were upset with the handling of a controversial vote on banning acting teachers from running as trustees left the parent group's last meeting believing there would be a chance to re-vote on the issue, but they might be wrong.
Art in the Library, with photographs and paintings on display in two exhibits at the New Westminster Public Library. in the reference department, Nina Shenton presents Explorations, a show of landscapes and portraits in watercolour, oil and acrylic; and On the Ramp, Philip Lanyon is displaying a series of photographs of Vancouver and B.C. that expresses the convergence of the technical photograph with living organic space and time. The art can be viewed at any time during library hours at 716 Sixth Ave.
What To Do Next, a fourperson visual art exhibition that focuses on why artists choose to create what they do. The exhibit is on the second floor of The River Market, 810 Quayside Dr. and runs until April 21. Featured artists are Judith Copland, Norm Coridor, Rob Fee and Irene LaCharité. For more info: www.newwest artists.com.
Two Herbert Spencer Elementary moms say they disagree with the district parent advisory council's handling of a vote on a controversial issue regarding banning acting teachers from serving as trustees.
The Royal City's smallest school has the privilege of providing the May Queen for the second year in a row.
Were you a student at Ecole Herbert Spencer Elementary School?
One trustee calls it "irrelevant" and the "stuff of nonsense," but last Monday's release of the Fraser Institute's annual elementary school rankings had some interesting results for several Royal City schools.