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Teacher Links

"The secret of teaching is to appear to have known all your life what you just learned this morning." ~ Author Unknown ~

Calgary Board of Education - links to many great educational sites.

Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site - many book reviews listed by grade level and curriculum areas.

Read Write Think - Classroom activities and resources linked to literary events, new lessons and student materials, learning language, learning about language, and learning through language..

Stats Canada - offers lesson plans and free learning resources


Curriculum Connections

ERAC- this is a link to the Districts databases, WorldBook, Explora, etc.

Mission Public School District

SD 75 VLC - a Virtual Learning Commons for Mission teacher created by Heather Brooks and Jen Lane. This learning commons is in its beginning stages and the authors welcome feedback. Also it works better on computers, not so great on Ipads yet.

Siwal Si'wes - a link to the library catalogue

The City of Mission - information about the community we live in.

Fraser Valley Regional Library Link - A great place to access online resources that you would normally have to pay for. All you need is a library card. It's FREE.


The Media Awareness Network - Lesson plans and professional development resources. Check out teaching TV.

Social Media Education Resources - This collection of blogs, articles and videos helps educators learn about social media tools

Youth privacy - Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada


Transforming the Classroom with iPads - Youtube video

Hatzic Elementary IPads


Points of Inquiry - a model for inquiry learning developed by the BCTLA.



School Cash

Contact Us:

Hatzic Elementary School
8465 Draper Street,
Mission, BC, Canada
V2V 5V6

Tel: 604 826 2481
Fax: 604 826 8331


Ms. Beth-Anne Cullen

Vice Principal

Mrs. Vivian Searwar

Office Manager

Mrs. Julie Hinnen


Anti Bullying - Be In The Know

What is bullying? Learn about different types and the risk factors, and the effects.

Bullying isn't just a child issue; it's a school and community issue, and must be addrrssed with a school and community solution.

See, for more information.


The Mission School District International Student Program is currently looking for nurturing host families to provide a welcoming “home away from home” for our visiting elementary and secondary students. These paid positions are a wonderful opportunity to share your heart and your home as well as our great Canadian culture with young visitors from around the world. Student placements range from 2 weeks to 2 years or more.

We invite you to complete our On-line Application Form to become a host family

Go to: ; Homestay; New Host Families; Clink On-line Application Form.