Maple Ridge’s envrionmental school attracts attention

By Robert Mangelsdorf – Maple Ridge News Published: May 04, 2012 7:00 AM An innovative outdoor education program offered by the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows school district is garnering attention from educators around the world. [Read full article …]

Interim Report to Board

On April 25th 2012, Clayton Maitland (coordinator and administrator) presented to the sd42 Board Members about the first seven months of the Environmental School Project, which began in September 2011.  Parents, students, teachers, and researchers attended the meeting.  Many thanks to those who were able to attend. Attached is the Maple Ridge Environmental School Project […]

Kids’ classroom moves outdoors

For a group of 60 local elementary students and their teachers, the outside world is their classroom … more

Environment school takes education outside

Through the soggy western hemlock, Douglas-fir and red cedar, a handful of students and their teacher trudge down a hiking trail in the UBC Malcolm Knapp Research Forest … more

Environmental School Slideshows

Watch a couple of slideshows created for the Environmental School Project.