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Grades 10-12 Learning at Home

Response to Covid19 - Admission Requirements and Enrollment for Current Grade 12 Students

Guidelines

  • During remote learning, all students are expected to engage in classes every day. This is school, just school from home.
  • Teachers will plan and deliver learning activities worth approximately 1 hour per day for each of the subjects. (This will involve each subject specific teacher.) 
  • Teachers will invite students to make contact should they have questions or concerns.
  • The teacher is available to help parents too, and you should feel free to contact the teacher.
  • The teacher and or division specialists will provide information about how to support goals at home that can be managed outside of the school setting for students who have IIPs or individual goals in specific areas. 
  • The student and parent portal on MSS will continue to be used for posting marks.​

Schedules

It is important for the student to have a consistent learning schedule. Most teenagers in the senior grades can work directly with their teachers on what they need to do without any direct help from parents/caregivers. Have them share their schedule with you. It is important to develop a daily routine that includes healthy meals and snacks, outdoor activity, socialization, hands-on activities, and a conversation time with you. During remote learning it is important that students develop a routine of daily conversation with you the parent, that allows them to share what they have done, ask questions, and plan their next steps.

Your child may also enjoy learning more with you about things you enjoy and are passionate about. Share your expertise and passion in things such as construction, cooking, gardening, farming, painting, music, etc. They may also have an area of interest that they would like to develop or explore. Perhaps they would like to work on a project they have not previously had time to before.

Other areas to consider when developing expectations and routines are:

  • the number of children you have in the home 
  • the ages of those children
  • the type of learning activities that have been assigned
  • access to technology
  • how long your child can work on a learning activity and how often they will need breaks
  • your own schedule
  • an appropriate work space

The sample schedule below is from the spring of 2020 and is applicable to supplemental learning. Classroom teachers will now provide the learning plan but there are some great ideas of thing to do that will be fun and engaging for your child.

Sample Learning Schedule_ Grades 10-12.pdf

Career Exploration

Students can continue to access their myBlueprint​ accounts from the school website link. Once into their accounts they can explore and learn more about various careers and continue working on their grad plan. 


Sora.pngSORA Digital Library

Access e-books and audiobooks online. Link to your public library to view even more choices! Available in your browser, or download the app from the app store. App Instructions: Once downloaded, search for “ Saskatchewan Schools”, then select Chinook School Division. Sign in with your Chinook username and password. 


Library​​​2Go: Chinook Library E-Books and Audiobooks​

Students can access e-books and audiobooks (link tile below) from the provincial library system if they have a library card. If students do not have a library card, they can can complete an online application for a temporary library card number to borrow materials during this time.​​

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