From parent/guardian volunteers and committee members to corporate sponsors, we are grateful for the support that our students, schools and system receive from our city. By working together, we make a difference for our school and our students. Visit the CBE website to learn more about how you can get involved.​​

Make a difference!  Get involved with the Olympic Heights School Council or Parents Association.

Stay informed. Engage with administrators, teachers, and other parents about what's happening at Olympic Heights.
Have a say. Discussions are not one-way! Share your thoughts on what's happening, what should be happening, and how our fundraising money can best support our kids.  
Volunteer. There are lots of opportunities. You're sure to find one that matches your interests, talents, and schedule.
Interested? Here's how to get started:

We have the following volunteer opportunities coming up:

Get Involved

Make a difference!  Get involved with the Olympic Heights School Council or Parents Association.

Stay informed. Engage with administrators, teachers, and other parents about what's happening at Olympic Heights.
Have a say. Discussions are not one-way! Share your thoughts on what's happening, what should be happening, and how our fundraising money can best support our kids.  
Volunteer. There are lots of opportunities. You're sure to find one that matches your interests, talents, and schedule.
Interested? Here's how to get started:

We have the following volunteer opportunities coming up:

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RT @JSMelementary: JSM students acknowledge National Métis Week starting with The Giving Tree by Leah Dorion. Learning about Métis core values and beliefs: strength, kindness, courage, tolerance, honesty, respect, love, sharing, caring, balance, & patience #NationalMétisWeek #@wearecbe https://t.co/3xAba4Dmww

RT @Egbert_Elks: Finger weaving in Fashions class today in recognition of Métis Week. Thank you Ms. Marshall for teaching the students the importance of finger weaving, the Métis Sash, and the colours represented in the sash that help tell an important story of the Métis people #CBEIndigenousEd https://t.co/XiOHoUdY0U

Thank you to the talented students from Captain Nichola Goddard School for their performance of the national anthem at the start of today’s Board meeting #WeAreCBE https://t.co/TJ6zm7GFJb

RT @JohnstoneSchool: Inspired by nature! Grade 1 students learning about Metis pointillism with Mrs Rivard! #Métis #art #pointillism https://t.co/zhDAtMY5BJ

RT @piitoayis: PFS celebrating Métis week with jigging w/ Shalome Hope and Red River cart teachings with Ma Terry and Ms Andrea @CBEArea3 @UsihChristopher https://t.co/vhzxwKU1aG