For more information, please view the YCDSB’s new elementary hybrid model.
Yes. However, we ask that students limit the number of food items brought to school and that they follow the teacher’s direction in terms of the timing of having a snack.
E-Learn courses will run in the period that the student is scheduled to take it. Courses such as Music and Religion will not run every other day. Instead students will take Music one semester in the period that it occurs and Religion in the next semester in the period that it occurs. Courses that require … Continue reading “How will secondary students participate in the adapted learning model, as mandated by the Ministry of Education?”
Yes. Please visit our authorized uniform provider’s website if you would like to order online or schedule an appointment for a fitting: dgn-kilters.com.
No. For those taking a physical education course, students are to arrive at school wearing their gym uniform.
We begin our school year with period one courses in the morning and period two courses in the afternoon. Every day, there will be a new lesson or one that is continued from the day before. In Grades 9 to 12, students in all three cohorts will be taught by the same classroom teacher. On … Continue reading “How will secondary students at home receive instruction?”
The International Baccalaureate (IB) organization has stated that they are planning for examinations as the final assessment tool for the 2020-2021 candidates. The exams are always scheduled during the month of May and we will work together at that time to address both the face to face learners and those working remotely.
Our two Virtual Learning platforms are Google Classroom and Desire to Learn (D2L). These two platforms provide the security of our working and learning environments that other platforms do not.
Synchronous learning is referring to the classroom teacher being engaged with the students as the learning unfolds. Synchronous support refers to the role that a second teacher, assigned to the class, will provide as they engage with the students to help answer questions and provide assistance.