Published four times per year and distributed to 50,000 families in Langley. In these editions, you'll read about the Pandemic of Kindness that is sweeping the Langley School District and Community.
sweeping throughout the
Langley School District and Community.
Event raises more than $40,000 to start the 110th Legacy Fund!
We are well on our way to reaching our goal of $110,000 to provide scholarships to Langley Secondary students in perpetuity.
Please keep the momentum going!
KIFARU premiere screening raises more than $4000 for Silvia Knittel Memorial Scholarship, to ensure that young Kenyan students can complete their high school educations.
The Foundation is proud to support the design and implementation of a Rainbow Crosswalk. This campaign was created so that Langley community members can contribute to help offset costs to create the Rainbow Crosswalk connecting the School Board Office with the Langley RCMP station at 4875-222nd Street. The rainbow design has an estimated cost of $12,000 for paint and maintenance.
Rainbow crosswalks are a visual demonstration of the commitment to improve diversity and inclusion for the LGBTQ+ community. Inclusive learning environments have been proven to reduce discrimination, suicidal ideation and suicide attempts for all students. As well, it creates a positive and welcoming space for our community while also letting the LGBTQ+ population know that their greater community supports them.
The Foundation is so grateful for the response from the community, but we still need help.
Please donate if you can.
Choose Kindness or Be Kind
The Langley School District Foundation has designed two beautiful cotton t-shirts that you can purchase for $20 each. ($10 for children's sizes.)
All proceeds go to support the Langley School District Foundation's Pandemic of Kindness Campaign.
Your Support Enables Us to Continue with Our Mission