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Kindness t-shirts for sale


The Langley School District Foundation has designed two beautiful cotton t-shirts for all to wear at your stores, restaurants, businesses, schools and associations. Our message is clear – Choose Kindness or Be Kind.

The t-shirts are on sale for $20 each for adult sizes, and $10 for children’s sizes. Please purchase, distribute to your staff, don them on our BE KIND Day, then send in pictures. We will display your pictures throughout all our print and social media outlets. Both t-shirts are available in adult sizes S, M, L, and 2XL. The Be Kind t-shirt is also available in children’s sizes.

If you choose to pick up your t-shirts at the Langley School District Foundation office (address below), or to receive them via school mail, there is no shipping charge.  If you choose to receive them via school mail, be sure to enter the name of the school.

If you choose to have them mailed via the postal service, please be sure to add the $5.00 shipping charge to your order. If the shipping charge is not added, your order will be available for pick up at the office.

T-shirt Challenge: Once you’ve received your shirt, please take a picture and challenge an individual or group to do the same. 

Order below, or send cheques to:
Langley School District Foundation
4875-222nd Street
Langley, BC V3A 3Z7

Choose Kindness or Be Kind

$5 shipping

Choose Kindness (shipping)

These will be shipped to the shipping address provided in the checkout.

Adult Sizes Only :
no shipping

Choose Kindness (no shipping)

These will be waiting for pickup at our office or Langley High School of your choice.

Adult Sizes Only :
$5 shipping

Be Kind (shipping)

These will be shipped to the shipping address provided in the checkout.

Adult Sizes :
Child Sizes :
no shipping

Be Kind (no shipping)

These will be waiting for pickup at our office or Langley High School of your choice.

Adult Sizes :
Child Sizes :
The Foundation’s message of Kindness extends beyond Langley – Lydia, Sammy and Calvin McKeown are from Saskatoon.
John Campbell from CBM Lawyers flanked by his two grandchildren, Logan and Peyton, both of whom attend Belmont Elementary.
Three generations of Kindness: Jhena Collins with her three boys – Wesley, Isaac and Tanner – And Grandpa Keith (councillor Rosemary Wallace’s family)
Teachers in Grand Forks embrace the message: Matt and Robyn Grey with Tatum and Summer.

Educational publications for sale

Elementary Grades

High Interest Strategies for Aboriginal Theme Books

$35.00 CAD

This is an unprecedented teachers’ resource featuring reading strategies for both elementary and middle school students. Focusing on six Aboriginal texts that are rich in imagery and contain distinctive Aboriginal themes, the resource recognizes the values, beliefs, traditions, history and language of Aboriginal peoples as demonstrated through Shared Learnings: Integrating BC Aboriginal Content K-10.

For use by classroom teachers, resource teachers and support staff.

I’m Spelling Now! (Min. Order of 10)

$4.00 CAD

Use this new Grade 1-2, FULL COLOUR spelling book to support your literacy goal.

YOUR STUDENTS WILL:

  • become self-sufficient as they use I’m Spelling Now!
    find the 800 most common words in English.
  • ask you for less help as their personal word lists grow.
  • build theme lists for Social Studies, Science, or Language Arts.
  • alphabetize quickly (a lifetime research skill).
  • use handy specialized lists for numbers, colours, etc.
  • learn common contractions and homonyms.

ESL STUDENTS will find it invaluable.
PARENTS value spelling – and may keep the book as a memento of their child’s first literacy experience.

L’orthographe c’est génial! (Min. Order of 10)

$4.50 CAD

​Brought to you by popular demand, this French Spelling dictionary contains all the words that French immersion students should know in grades one and two. Designed to inspire students to learn and increase their vocabulary and to associate words with images, the French dictionary is not only a learning tool for students and teachers, but a keepsake for parents.

Kinder Rhymes

$20.00 CAD

THIS IS A BOOK RENDERED IN STUNNING COLOR that is a learning resource and activity book involving eight different nursery rhymes. It is structured so that each rhyme has a literacy, numeracy, fine arts, and extra connections component. There are dozens of activities in each section, as well as blackline masters. And that’s not all. The resource includes a CD featuring song and instrumental versions of each nursery rhyme, sentence strips, as well as additional resources such as books, puppets and felt boards that can be ordered separately.

Compiled by six kindergarten teachers who have shared their knowledge and expertise to create this one-of-a-kind resource, it is a must-have for kindergarten and ESL teachers.

Within the 250 pages are the following nursery rhymes:

  • Baa Baa Black Sheep
  • Humpty Dumpty
  • Eensy Weensy Spider
  • Little Miss Muffet
  • Hey Diddle Diddle
  • Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
  • Hickory Dickory Dock
  • Wee Willie Winkie

Library Information Skills Survival Guide

$20.00 CAD

DO YOUR STUDENTS have difficulty finding good information efficiently? Do they know what to do with it when they find it? These critical 21st century skills are the centre of this comprehensive new resource.

Here’s an INFORMATION LITERACY plan based on the IRP with a K-7 sequence of skills plus many suggested activities for each learning outcome.

Try out some engaging, easily prepared strategies for teaching students how to find their way around the library; how to gather and process information; and how to prepare a bibliography.

The Guide is carefully designed and broken down into library skills according to grade levels, covering Library Basics, Gathering Information, Processing Information, and Bibliography.

Sparking Literacy & Learning

$10.00 CAD

Literature & Information Strategies

Interactive reading, writing and thinking strategies provide a framework for using quality children’s literature as part of a balanced literacy program. This publication includes dozens of strategies to promote understanding and comprehension, as well as student response blackline masters.

Talking Peace

$15.00 CAD

Restorative Action in Elementary Schools

TALKING PEACE is a practical classroom resource that conveys the values and principles of Restorative Justice through fun activities and exercises. This simple, accessible booklet is perfect for engaging elementary students in ways that will encourage them to build a safer, more respectful community in the classroom.

Talking Peace was developed by the combined efforts of Fraser Region Community Justice Initiatives Association (CJI) and the Langley School District #35 through the Education for Peacebuilding program.

Secondary Grades

High Interest Strategies for Aboriginal Theme Books

$35.00 CAD

This is an unprecedented teachers’ resource featuring reading strategies for both elementary and middle school students. Focusing on six Aboriginal texts that are rich in imagery and contain distinctive Aboriginal themes, the resource recognizes the values, beliefs, traditions, history and language of Aboriginal peoples as demonstrated through Shared Learnings: Integrating BC Aboriginal Content K-10.

For use by classroom teachers, resource teachers and support staff.

Conversation Peace

$25.00 CAD

Whether you are a teacher, parent or student, you want school to be a safe and respectful place. Restorative Action is an innovative way to approach conflict that promotes social responsibility and safe schools.

CONVERSATION PEACE is a curriculum carefully designed to train secondary students and staff in Restorative Action principles and conflict resolution skills for implementing effective and meaningful responses to harm. A restorative response addresses the underlying causes of conflict while bringing about accountability, healing and closure in situations such as name calling, threats, exclusion, interpersonal conflicts, property violation, physical assault and vandalism.

The trainer kit consists of a comprehensive, step-by-step manual and two videos. Also available are workbooks that are essential to the curriculum and facilitate the skill-building process. They can be ordered separately depending on the number required.

Conversation Peace Workbook (Min. Order of 10)

$6.50 CAD

The Workbook is essential to the Conversation Peace curriculum as it follows the training manual and is for student use. The Workbooks can be ordered separately.

Teachers & Administrators

Enhancing Professional Practice

$15.00 CAD

A new resource for teachers and administrators.

Whether you are a novice teacher or an experienced one, a principal or a district administrator, this carefully crafted manual ensures that expectations for the role of teacher are understood by all. Use it as a guide for mentoring novice teachers, or for peer coaching among experienced teachers. Administrators can use it to aid in supervision and to identify areas of growth development for their staff. And, use it as an effective assessment tool — one that provides a fair and consistent means of evaluation.

Principal & Vice-Principal Performance Standards

$20.00 CAD

ENHANCING THE PERFORMANCE OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS

How do we describe the work of school administrators? How do we assess their performance? What do you do to help administrators reflect on their performance? And, what guidelines do school administrators in your district adhere to when setting plans for improvement?

The Langley School District has crafted the Principal & Vice-Principal Performance Standards, a publication unprecedented in British Columbia.

The 150 page document was developed to provide a description of the desired behaviours of administrators within five areas, including:

  • Educational Leadership
  • Management
  • School Climate
  • Interpersonal Relations
  • Personal & Professional Growth

The publication is clearly divided into sections and includes sample surveys, response sheets and questionnaires.

Our Vision

THAT EVERY LANGLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENT REACHES THEIR FULL EDUCATIONAL POTENTIAL

The Langley School District Foundation was established in 2001 with a goal to supplement publicly funded education to ensure Langley students achieve success.

We envision a community where:

  1. The basic needs of children are met.
  2. Students have ample innovative and impactful educational opportunities offered to support the leaders of tomorrow.
  3. Local organizations collaborate to meet the needs of students and their families so that Langley is a strong and healthy community.

Will you invest in our future?

90% of all donations go to support Langley students and their programs. All donations are tax receiptable.

The Langley School District Foundation was incorporated in 2001 as a Canadian registered charity.
CRN: 87308 4917 RR0001.

Langley School District Foundation Logo

4875 222nd Street
Langley, BC  V3A 3Z7
CRN: 87308 4917 RR0001

The Langley School District Foundation was incorporated in 2001 as a Canadian registered charity. All donations to the Foundation are tax receiptable. CRN: 87308 4917 RR0001.

90% of all donations to the Foundation go to support Langley students and their programs.