Letters

Shortreed Community Elementary Grade 1 students of Ms. Kaur

Shortreed Community Elementary students in Langley pen Santa letters

Watch for clusters of letters to be posted on our website during the holidays

 

Shortreed Community Elementary Grade 1 student of Mrs. Datema

Santa letters from Langley’s Shortreed Community Elementary

Watch for clusters of letters to be posted on our website during the holidays

 

Shortreed Community Elementary student of Mrs. Datema

Langley’s Shortreed elementary students write to Santa

Watch for clusters of letters to be posted on our website during the holidays

 

James Kennedy Elementary Grade 3 class of Kelly Keyhoe

North Langley elementary students write to Santa

Watch for clusters of letters to be posted on our website during the holidays

James Kennedy Elementary Grade 3 class of Kelly Keyhoe
Shortreed Community Elementary, Mrs. Rowbotham’s Grade 1 class

Aldergrove’s Shortreed Community Elementary students write to Santa

Watch for clusters of letters to be posted on our website during the holidays

Shortreed Community Elementary, Mrs. Rowbotham’s Grade 1 class
Shortreed Community Elementary, Mrs. Rowbotham’s Grade 1 class

Langley children at Shortreed Community Elementary write to Santa

Watch for clusters of letters to be posted on our website during the holidays

Shortreed Community Elementary, Mrs. Rowbotham’s Grade 1 class
Emily Chan is a West Langley Elementary student in kindergarten.

Langley children write to Santa

Watch for clusters of letters to be posted on our website during the holidays

Emily Chan is a West Langley Elementary student in kindergarten.
Grade 1 and 2 students at Sunnyside Elementary school in South Surrey penned letters to Santa and shared them with the Peace Arch News. The young students asked the Jolly Old Elf a wide range of questions, including his preferences in cookies and whether they would find themselves on the naughty list this year. (Brenda Anderson photo)

Dear Santa – Grade 1 and 2 students in B.C. have a long list of questions for the Jolly Old Elf

Sunnyside Elementary students in South Surrey share their letters to Santa

  • Dec 24, 2022
Grade 1 and 2 students at Sunnyside Elementary school in South Surrey penned letters to Santa and shared them with the Peace Arch News. The young students asked the Jolly Old Elf a wide range of questions, including his preferences in cookies and whether they would find themselves on the naughty list this year. (Brenda Anderson photo)
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LETTER: Langley woman can’t support BLM because of violence

Letter writer’s position is that all lives matter

  • Nov 9, 2020
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Heinz Patzke, 85, and his wife, Sheila, in their younger years. Sheila is now a resident of Langley Lodge but Heinz express upset with a recent incident. (Patzke family/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

LETTER: Language in headline overstated: Lodge boss

Incident at a Langley City long-term care home is not as cut and dry, says chief executive officer

  • Jul 9, 2020
Heinz Patzke, 85, and his wife, Sheila, in their younger years. Sheila is now a resident of Langley Lodge but Heinz express upset with a recent incident. (Patzke family/Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Walnut Grove Secondary Writing 11 students were assigned opinion writing. (Langley Advance Times graphic/Pixaby image)

LETTER: Langley student optimistic robots won’t take human jobs

Walnut Grove Secondary Writing 11 students have written opinions about topics of concern to them

  • Oct 20, 2019
Walnut Grove Secondary Writing 11 students were assigned opinion writing. (Langley Advance Times graphic/Pixaby image)
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