About Us

Principal's Message

Little Prairie Elementary provides a warm and welcoming learning environment that fosters 21st century skills. We believe in creating globally aware citizens through Collaboration, Inquiry-Based Learning and Leadership. Our core values are practiced daily through the Habits of the Heart and the Habits of the Mind. The staff at Little Prairie Elementary work collaboratively to actively engage all learners by providing authentic learning experiences.

Mrs. Munch
Little Prairie Elementary



Athletics: Our school has a volleyball and basketball team coached by Little Prairie teachers. Last year we were fortunate to even have a Handball team in term 3 coached by Mr. Tonge.


Outdoor Classroom: We believe in providing authentic experiences and teaching kids about the sustainability of food. The pictures here show the excited faces of children as we begin building our outdoor classroom.


Outdoor Education: We regularly utilize what our area has to offer. We have a huge outdoor space surrounding our school. We offer our kids outdoor field trips throughout the school year.


Family Involvement: We love having parents visit the school! We have regular learning exhibitions throughout the year where students showcase their learning by talking about their learning. We believe a 21st Century Learner can talk about why they’re learning something as well as the learning process.


Leadership: We believe in promoting positive leadership at Little Prairie. Some examples of leadership last year were: The grade 6 class planned and organized Orange Shirt Day for the school. Grade 2 students participated in a coding station organized by the grade 4/5 class. The grade 7 class created engaging coding lessons for the primary students. The grade 7’s developed learning intentions, learning outcomes and taught the lessons. The younger kids loved it! We also have a recycling team who diligently gathers up the school recycling each week.


Primary Literacy: We take pride in our outstanding literacy results. Our team of teachers work collaboratively to provide research based literacy practices so that our kids are competent readers and writers.




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Erase Bullying

Erase is all about building safe and caring school communities. This includes empowering students, parents, educators and the community partners who support them to get help with challenges, report concerns to schools, and learn about complex issues facing students.

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4200 - 51st Ave
Box 1600
Chetwynd, BC V0C 1J0
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