Letter from the Deputy Minister on COVID - 19 Global Pandemic

Important Update -  Spring Break Travel Letter from the Chilliwack School District (March 13th, 2020)

Fraser Health Update to Parents/Guardians regarding the Coronavirus

New Schools Naming Opportunity

The Chilliwack Board of Education invites staff, students and the community of Chilliwack to submit name ideas for two new schools:

  • An integrated arts and technology secondary opening September 2021

  • A south side K – 8 school opening September 2022

Each school is unique in its purpose and geographical location. An overview of each school is provided with the submission form. Submissions will be accepted until April 3, 2020 and can be completed using the attached forms, or online at:


Inclement Weather School Closure Guidelines

Please click here for more information regarding possible school closures.

Welcome to Vedder Middle School

Vedder Middle School is a community of lifelong learners, who participate and strive for excellence in a safe and caring environment. We try to provide a variety of classroom and extracurricular activities and appropriate challenges to all our students in the pursuit of success and personal excellence.

School Goals

The goal of Vedder Middle School is to improve student achievement. As a staff we are committed to improving communication with home, exploring balanced assessment practices and supporting our "at risk" learners by going "above and beyond" the classroom. Our School Growth Plan


Regular Hours of Operation                            

8: 00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Telephone: 604-858-7141

Fax: 604-858-7563

For Student Attendance: Please call main office line: 604-858-7141, to indicate Student Attendance:   Students first and last name, Reason: ill or other

"Week in Advance"

Want to know what is happening this week at VMS?????

Check out our "Week in Advance" page here

Chilliwack Cultural Centre is offering classes for ages 11-13 over Spring Break

Click here for the Brochure

Information & Announcements

Inclement Weather Guidlines

Inclement Weather School Closure Guidelines

Inclement weather conditions such as freezing rain, significant snowfall or high wind can occur during the fall and winter months. In such conditions, decisions on the opening or closure of school district facilities are made by the Superintendent of Schools, in consultation with management and supervisory staff, who have checked first-hand on the driving conditions, walking/sidewalk conditions, and general condition of buildings and accessibility to sites.