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Secondary Summer Programming

May 12, 2020

Please find below the Secondary Summer Course offerings running this July. summer school image​

Students must email their home school guidance counsellors to register for these programs. 

eLearning:  June 29 – July 24, 2020

PLEASE NOTE:  This program is not part of the ALCDSB Academic and Well Being: Emergency Remote Learning.  These courses are the β€œnormal" 110 hours delivered over 4 weeks.  Expectation is that students spend about 5.5 hours per day on their course work.

This is a 4 week program for new credit and upgrading courses that will be delivered through online learning.  It is anticipated that the following courses will be offered:

  • Careers/Civics in English and French
  • Senior English:  ENG 3U, 4C and 4U and OLC4O
  • Mathematics: MCR 3U, MCF 3M, MHF 4U, MAP 4C

Minimum course enrolment must be reached for courses to run. 

Students must be residing in the province of Ontario during the month of July.  The following handout is available to support students and parents:

      • eLearning Registration Package

HOW TO REGISTER:   Please visit your home school website to find your guidance teacher's email address to register.

Secondary Upgrading Courses

Students in Grades 9 to 12 have the opportunity to improve their mark and consolidate their learning in a course they passed during the school closure period in the 2019-20 school year through a 55-hour online Upgrading Course. The course will review key concepts and overall expectations in a flexible, accelerated manner that allows students to demonstrate knowledge and skills. If a student upgrades a course, both marks will be entered on the student's Ontario Student Transcript (OST) for students in grades 11 and 12.  These courses will run from Monday July 13, 2020 until Friday July 24, 2020.  Students are expected to work on the course for 5.5 hours each day.

 

Students should contact their home school guidance staff to register.

 

Courses:          

 

Grade 9​​​​
EnglishMathematicsScience  
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Grade 10​​​​
EnglishMathematicsScience  
ENG2DXMPM2DXSNC2DX  
ENG2PXMFM2PXSNC2PX  
ENG2LXMAT2LXSNC2EX  
Grade 11​​​​
EnglishMathematics​Science​
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NBE3CXMCF3MXMEL3EXSBI3CXSPH3UX
NBE3EX    
Grade 12​​​​
EnglishMathematics​Science​
ENG4UXMCV4UXMAP4CXSBI4UXSPH4UX
ENG4CXMDM4UXMCT4CXSCH4UXSPH4CX
ENG4EXMHF4UXMEL4EXSCH4CX 

 

 

Secondary Credit Recovery

This program is open to students in Grades 9 to 12 who have previously failed a course. They MUST have taken the exact course in the past school year to complete the credit in the recovery program. These courses will run from Monday July 13, 2020 until Friday July 24, 2020. Students are expected to work work on their course for 5.5 hours each day.

 

Students should contact their home school guidance staff to register.

on their course for 5.5 hours each day.

Courses:          

 

Grade 9​​​​
EnglishMathematicsScience  
ENG1DXMPM1DXSNC1DX  
ENG1PXMFM1PXSNC1PX  
ENG1LXMAT1LX   
Grade 10​​​​
EnglishMathematicsScience  
ENG2DXMPM2DXSNC2DX  
ENG2PXMFM2PXSNC2PX  
ENG2LXMAT2LXSNC2EX  
Grade 11​​​​
EnglishMathematics​Science​
NBE3UXMCR3UXMBF3CXSBI3UXSCH3UX
NBE3CXMCF3MXMEL3EXSBI3CXSPH3UX
NBE3EX    
Grade 12​​​​
EnglishMathematics​Science​
ENG4UXMCV4UXMAP4CXSBI4UXSPH4UX
ENG4CXMDM4UXMCT4CXSCH4UXSPH4CX
ENG4EXMHF4UXMEL4EXSCH4CX 

 

 

Secondary Non-Credit KGL – Life Skills Learning Course

This program is open to students currently accessing resources from a Life Skills and Developmental Centre at the Secondary Level. The course will run from Monday, July 6 until Friday, July 24, 2020. Students will participate in a variety of live synchronized learning sessions for a variety of skill-building activities to improve general skills in problem-solving, vocational, self-help and motor areas. Students will examine and learn the skills required to maintain a home while working on independent learning skills for the future. Students will develop the organizational skills necessary to lead an enriched life in their community. Topics will include time management, day planning, goal setting, as well as leisure opportunities.

 

Students should contact their home school guidance staff to register.

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Volunteering in the Summer

Students are invited to find volunteer initiatives that may include remote volunteer opportunities during emergency measures, such as letter-writing campaigns to seniors. If a student participates, they should document their experience and submit to their home school guidance department in September for review and consideration towards the 40-hour community involvement requirement.

 

Students under 18 years old should consult with their parents to plan and select their community involvement activities. 

 

Learning Refresher of High School Course Content β€‹

The ministry is working to adapt the Learn at Home website to outline the key learning that takes place in high-demand and pre-requisite secondary courses (e.g., Math, Science, English/FranΓ§ais, etc.). This key concept mapping will be accompanied with free, online resources to help students independently refresh theirβ€―learning in preparation for the 2020-21 school year.  

 

The COVID-19 outbreak has impacted the lives of students by displacing regular routines, and removing protective factors such as sports, clubs and other social activities. In response, the Learn at Home website will also include free well-being resources for students and families to access throughout the summer months.  

 

https://www.ontario.ca/page/learn-at-home



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