Environmental and Outdoor Learning-EOL
Outdoor Sport & Rec.

​​VI Paddling 

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Contact: Andrea  comox@vipaddling.com 

VIPaddling-Comox Valley Branch offers introductory to advance dragon coat paddling programs for youth within our school district. They are located on beautiful Comox Lake out of Comox Lake Campground.  The coaches are professional high-level paddlers that make the experience fun and exciting.   The programs are 1.5 to 2 hour and available for grades 4-12, costing $15/student.  There is one 10 person boat and one 20 person boat. Please contact Andrea to work out details.​

***Consider matching this activity with a camping experience with Comox Lake camp ground and programming with Comox Lake Society.​***

***GoGrant funding available if paired with nature based activity's.  Contact Serina Allison for more details, serina.allison@sd71.bc.ca ***

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iRide In-School is designed to teach basic cycling skills and safety awareness to students over three school days. To a maximum of six classes, each class receives three 45-60 minute training sessions over three days and works their way through the fun and exciting challenges of iRide. Our curriculum is recognized by the BC Ministry of Education’s Prescribed Learning Outcomes and targets students in grades 4 to 6. Sessions can be run on all-weather fields, grass fields, and paved areas. The program is designed for students who can already ride; however, those still learning will work their teacher, with support from our staff, to fast-track their skills and confidence and join the rest of their class when they’re ready.​  If students do not have their own bikes and safty gear iRide in-school programs provide bicycles and helmets for students to use during the program​.  

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CIBC Wood Gundy School Cross Country Ski Program​​

This is an opportunity for students grades 3-9 to learn outside the classroom, to develop new physical and cognitive skills, and experience a sub-alpine winter environment with their peers.

The program consists of three 2-hour sessions. Lessons are taught by certified instructors. Students are taught safety and the basics of XC skiing in a fun atmosphere. Classic skiing and skate skiing techniques are learned.​

***Consider pairing with winter nature based activities for other half of day***

Contact Serina Allison serina.allison@sd71.bc.ca for more details around planning activities.​