Queen Elizabeth Elementary School (Vancouver)
|Queen Elizabeth Elementary School|
|4102 West 16th Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia, V6R 3E3
|School type||Elementary school|
|School board||School District 39 Vancouver|
|Area trustee||Patti Bacchus|
|Director||Ellen Roberts (Director of Instruction)|
|Area||West Point Grey, Dunbar-Southlands|
|Colour(s)||Navy and Gold|
|Team name||Queen Elizabeth Lightning|
Queen Elizabeth Elementary School in Vancouver, British Columbia, is an elementary school. The school opened in 1940 and is named after Queen Elizabeth who visited Canada in 1939, with her husband King George VI.
It is located at 4102 West 16th Avenue, at the edge of the city limits and immediately adjacent to the University Endowment Lands. As of 2015, the current school principal is Debra Nothstein, and the vice-principal is Michael Bolianaz.
Queen Elizabeth Elementary was one of the few schools that had an Open Area program. The program had Grade 6 and 7 students dedicate April and May to put on a school play which is open for the public. However the OA ended when teachers Gavin and Georgina left the school, and now there are normal grade 6 & 7 classes.
School Reports - Ministry of Education
- Class Size[permanent dead link]
- Satisfaction Survey[permanent dead link]
- School Performance
- Skills Assessment
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