MLA Kahlon says grants will support local extracurricular activities in North Delta

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NORTH DELTA – New Democrat MLA say local parent advisory councils will be able to support extracurricular activities thanks to almost more than $150,000 in Community Gaming Grants funding.  This round of funding is from the Community Gaming Grants program’s parent advisory council and district parent advisory council (PAC/DPAC) stream.

“The Parent Advisory Committees in my community are a great source of support for students and the schools they attend,” says Ravi Kahlon, MLA for Delta-North. “We’re proud to be able to provide this investment of almost $200,000 for 18 PACs in Delta-North to create memorable school years for our kids.”

In North Delta, 18 PACs are receiving funding to support schools and students including:

  • Sunshine Hills Elementary School PAC, $10,400
  • Burnsview Secondary School PAC, $16.660
  • North Delta Secondary School PAC, $26,900
  • Richardson Elementary School PAC, $7,760
  • Delview Secondary School PAC, $13,360

More than 1,300 parent advisory councils and district parent advisory councils will also receive over $11.2 million to support extracurricular activities throughout British Columbia.

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