Students were challenged to decode the mystery message using the scrabble tiles worn by all staff
Along with the place based learning which is offered to our K-7's, we also offer a formal outdoor adventure program for our Grades 6 and 7 students. Students have a chance to participate in many outdoor activities both outside of school hours and within the regular timetable. They also work on becoming student leaders around the school as well as in the community at various events. Learning happens through activities that include mountain biking, hiking, camping, first aid, sea kayaking, whitewater kayaking, wilderness first aid, trail maintenance, winter snow travel and bike maintenance, along with various other outdoor recreational activities.
The Ministry of Education has released information regarding the upcoming changes with the new curriculum. Attached you will find information regarding changes to Provincial Assessment, a set of Q&A's regarding the New Curriculum as well as letter from the Deputy Minister regarding the changes.
Our Cap and Gown Ceremony & Awards and Scholarship Evening was on June 29th. We could not be any more proud of our Graduating Class! Thank you to the numerous local organizations who provided over $100,000 in scholarships.
Our main office will be open to mid-July and then open again in mid-August. Our counsellors are available for appointments at the end of August. Please click on 'Read More' for all the details.
Butterflies were raised in Henderson Elementary K/1 class and released at Evergreen Extended Care in June.