Welcome to School District No. 42

Our vision is for every individual to feel valued and for all learners to reach their full potential.

School District No. 42 meets the learning needs of approximately 14,000 students of all ages in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows. We have developed numerous skilled trades training partnerships with colleges and universities, and are committed to educational choice and an inclusive, local approach to special education.


Open House: Facilities and Learning for Today and Tomorrow


Thank you to everyone who came to give feedback on our draft recommendations at the September 30, 2015 Open House. If you were unable to join us, you can still give us feedback on our facilities planning draft recommendations through our online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/recommendationsdraft

To see photos from our Open House, visit us on Facebook.

Learn more at http://facilitiesreview.sd42.ca.




Policies and Procedures:  The following new procedures have been uploaded to the district website: 9601.1 Anaphylaxis, 9610.1 Medical Intervention, 9610.2 Seizures, and 9610.3 Type 1 Diabetes. Review these procedures here.
Ridge Meadows College Registration: 
 See list of courses offered here.

accolades.jpgAnnouncements and Accolades: 


Ministry of Education letter to parents regarding new curriculum: click here to view/download letter in PDF.


What a coup for Westview Secondary and for the Maple Ridge - Pitt Meadows School District. All three of our boys - Nash Taylor, Phillip McBride, and Trevor Dean - placed in the TOP FIVE in the Microsoft world competition, with Nash Taylor winning SILVER. Congratulations!

Photo: Nash Taylor, second place winner in Excel at the 2015 Microsoft Office Specialist World Competition.

In the News

Suspicious Person Alert

Maple Ridge, B.C. – Ridge Meadows RCMP are investigating a suspicious incident where an adult male offered a teenaged girl a ride Monday morning. Constable Amanda Harnett said, “At approximately 7:40 a.m. Monday September 14, 2015 a teenaged female was walking in the area of 228 Street and 137 Avenue when a male approached her on foot and offered her a ride. When the girl declined his offer, the male insisted. At this time the girl saw a friend, so she walked away from the man.

Maple Ridge Westview student takes second place in global competition

By Maple Ridge Times

Westview Secondary student Nash Taylor took second place in Excel at the recent 2015 Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship.

Taylor is one of three students from Westview Secondary who, as a result of being the best in Canada at Microsoft Office, won an all-expenses paid trip to Dallas, TX, to represent Canada in the Microsoft global skills competition.
Their trip was sponsored by CCI Learning, a Microsoft and Certiport Partner.

Westview kids off to worlds

By Maple Ridge News

Three students from Westview secondary are ranked No. 1 in Canada in the Microsoft Office National Competition, and will move on to the world championships.

Nash Taylor won on Excel, Phillip MacBride on Word and Trevor Dean for PowerPoint.

The trio will now be competing and representing Canada in the 2015 Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship.

Last year, the Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship attracted 400,000 unique participants and more are expected this year.

Elementary summer school popular in Maple Ridge

By Neil Corbett, Maple Ridge News

The little boy was weeping openly as his mom signed him up for the inaugural season of summer elementary school in Maple Ridge.

Kim Bondi, the school district administrator who is responsible for getting the program off the ground, and indirectly for the little guy’s perceived misfortune, consoled him.

But it won’t be all about worksheets and tests, Bondi told him. He described the “learning camp” style that local educators intend.

Two possible child luring incidents

By Maple Ridge News

In the last few days, two men have called out to two different children in Maple Ridge, leading police to ask the men to call them and explain their actions.

Last Friday, June 12, at about 4:30 p.m., an 11-year-old boy was on Cook Avenue, just west of Laity Street, when a man in a green car called out to him. The boy reacted by running straight home and the man drove away.