Whether you wrote them, taught them, or talked to your kids about them, as residents of British Columbia we know them well: The Foundation Skills Assessment (FSA's). But have you ever wondered who writes these annual, provincial assessments?
Team earns Bronze and Most Sportsmanlike Team in the ISABC Finals
Beginning at ten and ending past five, it was a long day—but a long day well worth it: our team of six placed fourth overall in the History Bowl, earning a spot at the nationals and one student, Joey S., placed third in the Geography and History Bee and earned his own, individual spot at nationals.
Five international travel opportunities for Meadowridge students include New York, Croatia, France, Spain, and Eastern Canada
The personal project provides an excellent opportunity for students to produce a truly personal and often creative product and to demonstrate a consolidation of their learning in the Middle Years Programme.
Grade 9 students are currently working on their Fine Motor Skills unit in which they design and create a toy, game, or puzzle which will stimulate and exercise the fine motor skills of the user.
Lindsey Oneil, Faculty
How do you teach a group of Grade 10 about financial literacy and budgeting? When it came time to plan her class' financial management unit, Ms. Oneil decided to find something that would give students a taste of what it's really like, something with real-world choices and consequences.
Alice L., Class of 2020
When Alice L. (Grade 10) started planning for her Personal Project, she hoped to dispel the misconceptions most people have about the homeless. She began her project in September, holding up a sign and inviting homeless people to come speak to her, and then published her findings in a book, Longing For Warmth
James Willms, OE3 Coordinator
What is an Outdoor Experiential Educational Coordinator (OE3)? Get a quick peek on how Mr. Willms helps to make our OE3 program happen at Meadowridge.
Learning to live well, with others and for others, in a just community
Our Mission is woven into our everyday actions and interactions. It acknowledges the importance of positive interactions with others and in seeking to better the community as we better ourselves.
It looks beyond gender, nationality, culture, and class. It guides staff, administration, students, and families to meet responsibilities and fulfill dreams.