Richmond District Parents Association

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Most Likely to Succeed

Back by popular demand! Richmond School District No. 38 and the Richmond District Parents’ Association have collaborated to bring you a FREE screening of the Sundance-selected educational documentary, Most Likely To Succeed on Saturday December 2nd, 8:30-12:00‬ at Brighouse Elementary School. 

Registration deadline: ‪Thursday, Nov. 30,noon‬.
To RSVP, click here:

Parents and Educators, participate in the discussion…

Again, back by popular demand! The Richmond School District and the Richmond District Parents’ Association invite you to a FREE screening of the Sundance-selected educational documentary, Most Likely to Succeed.

About the Film:
Most Likely to Succeed examines the history of education, revealing the growing shortcomings of conventional education methods in today’s innovative world. The film explores compelling new approaches that aim to revolutionize teaching as we know it. After seeing this film, the way you think about “school” will never be the same. 

The world is changing. Parents want their children ready to succeed in the 21st Century. So do educators. That’s why it’s critical that we transform our education system, designed over a century ago so that it reflects the goals of the New BC Curriculum: Building Student Success.

Watch the trailer:

When? ‪Saturday, Dec. 2nd, 2017‬
· Doors Open ‪at 8:30 a.m.‬, Refreshments will be provided.
· Screening ‪starts at 9:00 a.m.‬ sharp
· Discussion opportunities will occur during and after the screening.
· Session ‪ends at 12 noon‬ with draw prizes.
Where? Samuel Brighouse Elementary School, ‪6800 Azure Rd. Richmond, BC‬ 
(In the Gym located in Neighbourhood Learning Centre, adjacent to the school.)
Registration: It’s FREE and it’s going to be engaging and enlightening!
· Seating is limited.
· Registration is required. Please indicate on your registration whether you are an educator, a parent or from the community.

 — at Samuel Brighouse Elementary School.

Sun, 2017/11/26 - 10:36am