Address: 2900 East 44th Avenue
1961 – present
Named for Dr. George M. Weir (185-1949), B.C. educator and Minister of Education.
Date: 1962 Ground view of the front of the school building. The Red Ensign, then the official flag of Canada, flies on the flag pole
Date: 1964. View from the east (Kerr Street) of the front and east side of the school building showing the first addition at the back of the school.
Date: 1962 The principal, Mr. Gavin Wilkie, is presented with the official school key at the opening ceremony of Dr. George M. Weir Elementary
The official school key presented to Mr. Gavin Wilkie, Principal of Dr. George M. Weir Elementary in 1962. (Photo credit – Brett Wilkie.)
Date: 1962 Dr. Reba Willits unveils the plaque at the official school opening ceremony. The school was named for Dr. George M. Weir, former BC Minister of Education.
Date: 1968 John Stark, music teacher, conducting the school orchestra and choir.
Date: 1963 Grade One choir performs at the official opening of the school addition.
Date: 1962 Students perform on stage at the Christmas Concert.
Date: 1968 Students wearing paper hats perform at the 1968 Christmas Concert.
Date: 1968 A student stands beside a stuffed black bear on display in a classroom.
Date: 1968 A student observes trophy heads of four different animals native to British Columbia.
Date: 1968 A group of students learn how to use a telephone.
Date: 1969 Students gather around a listening post run on a reel-to-reel tape recorder.
Date: 1968 Mr. J. Dyck, teacher, displays a chicken hatchery in the school science lab.
Date: 1969 Students at work in a multi-purpose classroom/library.
Date: 1968 A volunteer parent tutors a student.
Date: 1968 Students in the school library using various research methods.
Date: 1963 Grade Four and Five choir sing at a school concert.
Date: 1968 Students perform on stage at the 1968 Christmas Concert.
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