DSBN News:   More Previous Next

What's New

Kindergarten Open House

Important Dates

Sept. 6- School Begins

Sept.16- Early Release Day @ 11:55 am

Sept.27- School Council Meeting @ 6:30pm

Sept. 30 -Orange Shirt Day

Oct. 13 -Meet The Teacher 7:45-8:15am & 3-4:30pm

Oct. 14- Photo Day

Oct.25 -School Council Meeting @ 6:30pm


Welcome to Lockview Public School!


We are pleased to provide an outstanding education at Lockview Public School for our students. Innovative programs that meet the needs of all our students are taught by our dedicated and professional staff who care about your child. Our school provides extra-curricular opportunities that encourage the development of excellence, integrity and respect.

Our Board is focused on literacy and numeracy achievement and creating an environment where we are working together on our goal of success for every student. We also value the community partnerships and parent involvement which are so crucial to a successful education for our students.

We welcome your input and questions.

Sincerely ,

Mr. B. Blake

Meet the Teacher -Oct. 13th from 7:45-8:15am & 3-4:30pm


Lockview and the DSBN will join with others across Canada in celebrating Orange Shirt Day – Every Child Matters on September 30, 2016 to recognize the harm done to generations of children by Indian Residential Schools and as an affirmation of our commitment to ensure that every child matters. This initiative calls for everyone to wear an orange shirt to honour the experience of survivors. It is an excellent opportunity to continue the discussion on residential schools in the spirit of reconciliation and hope for generations of children to come.

Why Orange Shirts and September 30th?
An account by Residential School survivor, Phyllis Webstad, about her new orange shirt being taken away on her first day of school led to an initial residential school commemoration event held at St. Joseph Mission in Williams Lake, BC, Canada. The date was chosen for the time of year in which children were taken from their homes to residential schools and because it provides an opportunity to set the stage for anti-racism and anti-bullying policies for the coming school year. Phyllis’s story is the nucleus for what has become a national recognition event.

2016-17 Gr.8 Graduation

Monday, June 26th @ Laura Secord Secondary School


We know you have many different priorities competing for your attention each day. To respect those demands, we’d like to help you save both time and effort.

Beginning May 9th, you’ll be able to approve permission forms and pay for specific school items online.

It takes just five minutes to register for this service. You will be able to access the service by visiting our school website and clicking on “School Cash Online.” There, you’ll find more information about the system, links to registration and support. You can use School Cash Online with confidence; it is a safe and secure portal.

Effective September 2016, School Cash Online will be fully implemented.  Get on board now!

Using School Cash Online, you may never have to search for spare change again! That is, unless you’re looking for coffee money.  

Thanks for your support.


Image result for accessibility parking

Please be courteous !

ACCESSIBLE PARKING SPACES are for permit holders ONLY!.

Our south parking lot is our primary parking lot for visitors and parents picking up and dropping off students.

Please keep in mind that there is a KISS AND RIDE feature which will allow a quick and safe drop off zone for our students. The KISS AND RIDE lane is the four yellow cross-hatched spots closest to the school. These four spots are intended for parents to be able to pull up and safely drop their child at the curb without parking. These spots are not designated parking spots.

Please do not congest our parking lot by waiting with your child until the bell. There is supervision in place for your children.

To reduce parking lot congestion you may consider meeting your child on a side street such as Goldsmith or Rochelle and always ensure that you are parked in a designated parking spot to allow for a safe flow of traffic within our parking lot.

Staff will continue to supervise the south parking lot during entry and dismissal times.

Please be punctual for pick-up. Dismissal is at 2:55pm.

Thank you for your continued cooperation in keeping Lockview students SAFE!


On behalf of Mayor Sendzik, I’d like to pass along some safety concerns that have been communicated to our office regarding parents parking along Bunting Road during school drop off and pick up times.  At times when parents have parked along Bunting, residents backing out of their driveway have limited visibility of other vehicles and children due to cars that are parked illegally close to fire hydrants.  By law staff have been called on occasion by neighbours when this happens.  Unfortunately, if a by law officer witnesses this infraction, it is his responsibility to issue a violation that has a fine of $24.00.