Our Goals

The goals of our strategic plan are:

  • Meet each student’s unique needs
  • The continuous improvement of instruction and assessment
  • Enhanced facilities for learning

Making a presentation to the Board

If you wish to appear before the Board as a delegation, you need to submit your request to the Secretary-Treasurer’s Office in writing nine days before the regular meeting.

Your letter asking to appear should identify the spokesperson for your group; the topic you will be discussing, and the phone number or address where you can be reached.

Depending on the number of requests for delegations to appear before the Board, you may be scheduled for the next regular meeting or one sometime after that. When appearing before the Board, delegations are asked to limit their presentations to 10 minutes.

Stephanie Higginson is a former high school teacher with a passion for issues in equity in education.  She has also worked in various capacities as an educational researcher.  Stephanie has a BA in International Development from the University of Guelph, an MA in Educational Studies from the University of British Columbia and completed all required course work towards a PhD at UBC before taking leave to focus on her young family.

Stephanie is the founding parent of the Outdoor Kindergarten program at Woodbank Primary School.  She is mom to two young school-aged boys.  Stephanie and her husband Kevin, currently operate a small farm and maple syrup production business in Cedar, BC.  She loves learning about agriculture alongside her young children and watching as they foster their own connection to nature and passion for the environment.



Committee / Board Membership

  • Vice-Chairperson of the Board of Education
  • Chairperson of the Education Committee
  • Member of Board-NDTA Joint Pro-D Committee

Represented Family of Schools


Contact Stephanie Higginson (Board Vice-Chair)

Contact Stephanie Higginson (Board Vice-Chair) directly with the credentials listed below:

Board Committee and School Assignments