With NWSS finally built and opened, what school do you see the province neglecting to tear down and replace for the next fifty years?
There are no more funds to ever replace schools, that ship has long sailed.
Council will soon be introducing coyotes to New West parks in what many are calling a misguided effort to boost tourism. Okay, it was all my idea, they’re not actually doing that. But if they do, what do you feel is the optimal coyote-student ratio for our school grounds?
We will get the Surrey School District to send buses to take all the Coyotes to Coyote Creek Elementary.
With a 50% success rate on names for new schools built in the past few years (hits: Qayqayt, Skwo:wech; misses: Fraser River, New Westminster), what will you do to improve this rate?
This is DPAC & PAC work, I would not want to step on their toes.
One thing my daughter learned at a New Westminster school is that New West is one of the most haunted cities in Canada. I’ve asked this question before but that was an election and a half ago so I’m asking it again: who would be three people to join you as Ghostbusters?
For sure you Brad, as I hear you are good at archery. But really, why do we need to get rid of them? We need acceptance and inclusion of everyone.
(Editor’s note: I’m not the archer in the family, my wife is!)
We all know that school space is at a premium, and buying new land for schools is expensive. Will you support the hostile takeover of City Hall to turn it into a new school?
Thanks for the idea, and out of the box thinking, we could turn the parking lot of City Hall into a 3 story school and that would help the city in creating a no car policy for staff. It’s a win-win for both council and school board.
Thank you Dee!
And don’t forget to go out and vote!