Grade SixOutdoor Education Classroom       Presentation      For Ochre River School
History• Patterned after a program in Newfoundland• Partnership between the PWSD, Parks Canada  (RMNP), Riding Mountain Bi...
Park Art
Program Overview• Fourth Year• No charge to the students• All meals, transportation and lodging are  covered by school div...
All activities take place withinthe Riding Mountain Biosphere              Reserve   Which is a UNESCO World Heritage     ...
Student Bunk Cabins
Parent Volunteers are a Huge    Asset to the Program
Assembly Areain front of Dining Hall
Path to Verse
Target Areas- Values at Risk – Pings    Drip Torches – Guard Burns
Students Take Part in Experiential Learning      Activities – Grade 6 Curricula• Geocaching with GPS               • Path ...
Trust
Water World
Packing Lunch
We sometimes get a little dirty!
Mary-Anne ???
Bottom of The Gorge  10,000 Years Old
Volcanic Evidence
On the Snout
How to handle Bear Encounters
Journal Entry
Student Cleaning Up Cabins
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  1. 1. Grade SixOutdoor Education Classroom Presentation For Ochre River School
  2. 2. History• Patterned after a program in Newfoundland• Partnership between the PWSD, Parks Canada (RMNP), Riding Mountain Biosphere Reserve and Friends of Riding Mountain National Park (and MVSD)
  3. 3. Park Art
  4. 4. Program Overview• Fourth Year• No charge to the students• All meals, transportation and lodging are covered by school division• Students only have to bring a sleeping bag, change of clothes, outer wear and toiletries
  5. 5. All activities take place withinthe Riding Mountain Biosphere Reserve Which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  6. 6. Student Bunk Cabins
  7. 7. Parent Volunteers are a Huge Asset to the Program
  8. 8. Assembly Areain front of Dining Hall
  9. 9. Path to Verse
  10. 10. Target Areas- Values at Risk – Pings Drip Torches – Guard Burns
  11. 11. Students Take Part in Experiential Learning Activities – Grade 6 Curricula• Geocaching with GPS • Path to Verse technology – Journal writing• Water World • Survivor Kid – Invertebrate Identification – Cooperative Learning• Park Art – Asset Development• Escarpment Odyssey • FIRE!• First Nation Wisdom • Predator Prey activity• Physical Education • Bison Study – Nutrition • Human Impact – Health and Fitness
  12. 12. Trust
  13. 13. Water World
  14. 14. Packing Lunch
  15. 15. We sometimes get a little dirty!
  16. 16. Mary-Anne ???
  17. 17. Bottom of The Gorge 10,000 Years Old
  18. 18. Volcanic Evidence
  19. 19. On the Snout
  20. 20. How to handle Bear Encounters
  21. 21. Journal Entry
  22. 22. Student Cleaning Up Cabins
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