Community Announcements

Accidents Happen

The Burnaby School district does not insure expenses for student injuries that happen on school
grounds or during school activities. Parents and guardians are responsible for these expenses.
Whether it’s playing sports, using playground equipment or simply having fun in the gym or in
the schoolyard, accidents sometimes happen. The Medical Services Plan (MSP) either limits or
does not cover some charges and group health plans often have deductibles. Costs that are not
covered by MSP or may be limited by group health plans may include:

  • Dental treatment
  • Eye glasses
  • Physiotherapy

Accident Insurance

For many years the district made arrangements for families to voluntarily purchase student
accident insurance through the Kids Plus™ Accident Insurance program. That program has been
replaced by the Family Accident Reimbursement Plan provided by Industrial Alliance. This
voluntary plan provides coverage for students and their families against accidental injury,
unexpected medical expenses and critical illness. To apply or to find out more, visit:
https://www.solutionsinsurance.com/aonbc


Please click the link to see the City of Burnaby Fall Program Guide


Click the link for information about Burnaby Girls Soccer Club


DROP-IN TEEN GYM

Please click here for more information about when and where teens can meet up and play indoor sports.


Please click the link to see information about various Burnaby Public Library Spring 2022 Teen Programs


 

VANCOUVER STORM is a new community football program in Vancouver/Burnaby. They are running spring flag and fall tackle football programs for kids of all ages (8-18). They are now accepting registrations for flag football. Please see their website for more information.

 

 


 

JOIN THE SCOUTS!

Did you know Scouts Canada runs a group in your community?

Scouts Canada is a program where youth from the ages of 5 to 26 can discover new things and embark
on great adventures such as camping, hiking, learning from nature, new friendships etc. It is a
place where youth gain leadership skills by leading their peers on meaningful outdoor adventures.

7th Mountain Burnaby Scouts has adapted their program to meet the safety guidelines of Covid-19!
Our number focus is the safety of our youth while continuing the scouting program through both
virtual and outdoor meetings! To see how Scouts Canada has adapted their program, please visit
https://www.scouts.ca/resources/bpp/policies/pandemic-program-and-
activity-modifications-stage-4.html.

If you are looking for a new activity for your youth(s) in September, come visit us at
https://www.scouts.ca/join/find-a-group.html. We welcome new families and are excited for you to
join our adventure!

For any questions regarding our group, please call Group Commissioner Stephanie, at is 604-928-9326
or stephanie.fribance@gmail.com

Thank you and we hope to see you on our next adventure!

7ᵗʰ Mountain Burnaby Scouts