News & Events

February 9, 2024

Parent Bulletin – February 9, 2024

Conferences and Early Dismissal Days February 14th and 15th

QE has Student Conferences scheduled for Feb. 14th and 15th. Please check emails from your classroom teacher for details regarding times and expectations for families. If you have any questions, please contact your classroom teacher directly.

Early Dismissal – 12:05pm – Students are dismissed from school at 12:05pm on both days.


Book Fair

Help support QE’s Library by attending the Scholastic Bookfair.  A portion of all sales will go towards the purchase of library books and maker space items.

Location:  School Gym. Please enter the bookfair through the side gym doors.

TimesWednesday, Feb. 14 from 8:25-8:50 am and 12:05-3:00 pm*
Thursday, Feb. 15 from 8:25-8:50am and 12:05-2:30 pm

* Family Draw – enter the draw at the cashier table on Wednesday to win $25 Scholastic Products for the winning student and their teacher

**Bookfair volunteers needed!  E-mail


When your child is absent …

Please make sure to send an email or phone the office to let our staff know your child will be away.
604-517-6080 or


February Calendar and Events

Feb. 10 – Lunar New Year

Feb. 14 – 15 – Book Fair in gym

Feb. 14 & 15 – Early Dismissal at 12:05

Feb. 14 & 15 – Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences (afternoon)

Feb. 16 – Professional Development Day – no school for students

Feb. 19 – Family Day holiday – no school

Feb. 21 – Ski Club

Feb. 22 – PAC meeting – 7:00

Feb. 23 – Fire Drill

Feb. 28 – Pink Shirt Day


Honey Fundraiser
As you may know, the Queen Elizabeth PAC arranged for a honeybee hive to be installed at the school in 2022. Unfortunately, our contract is up, and with the new construction of the addition to the school and the disruption that will come with that, our bees will be leaving the school at the end of February.

The program was well received over the last 2 years and many students were able to experience the education component of the program and watch along as the bee keepers attended the site to check on the bees. Along with this amazing educational experience came some jars of honey produced each year by the bees from the school.

The small glass jars are filled with 100ml of local honey harvested right from our very own hives.

We are opening up the sale of honey on a first come first serve basis.

Please note that the first 45 orders will come with a custom Queen Elizabeth Elementary School logo. The remaining 100 jars are un-labeled and available for you to add your own personal touches. A great way to have your student do up their own fun label to add and keep for yourself or gift to family and friends.

Orders will be open from now until Monday March 4th and will go home with students before Spring Break.

Jars are being sold for $10.00 each and will be available to purchase on school cash online.
Thank you for your support.