Rivers Collegiate students have developed programming that coincides with meeting outcomes of the Manitoba Grade 4 Science curriculum, Cluster 1: Habitats and Communities. Visiting students will be broken into small groups and taken on interpretive activities by trained Rivers Collegiate students. Click here to view more photos
RCI Outdoor Education Student Bryce Summers: Outdoor Ed has made a fairly large impact on me this year. I have learned a good amount from this class. The first thing we learned about was ecosystems. Bio-diversity was a large subject in the ecosystems part of Outdoor Ed. We learned that for an ecosystem to thrive, biodiversity was needed. Biodiversity prevents inbreeding, which lets an animals genes spread throughout the population, while inbreeding doesn't allow that, it stays in the same gene pool.
Grade 4 Teacher Our grade 4 class went to the Rivers Wetlands Center of Excellence on June 9th, 2015. The Rivers Collegiate, Grade 10/11 Outdoor Education class, planned activities to help us learn about habitats. This summary will tell you about our field trip to the wetlands.
Parent had the privilege of being a parent chaperone on my son's grade four class field trip from Rivers Elementary School to the Rivers Wetlands Centre of Excellence on June 9, 2015. The Rivers Collegiate Grade 10/11 Outdoor Education class planned a full day of activities to help learn about habitats, as per the grade four curriculum.
Garde 3/4 Teacher Our grade 3/4 class went to the Rivers Wetlands Center of Excellence on June 11th, 2015. This field trip was designed and run by the Rivers Collegiate Grade 10/11 Outdoor Education class and Mr. Daniel Kiazyk. Everything was meticulously planned out and kept the grade 3/4 students engaged.