Summer School 2020

This year summer school courses will be offered through eLearning with face to face learning as an option if Ontario Public Health approves it.  In online courses students will continue to read, work independently or as a member of a group, complete assignments and interact with their classmates and teacher. While students should plan to spend a minimum of 6-8 hours per weekday on their eLearning course, they will have some flexibility to choose when they work during the day, as long as they meet course due dates and times. Each course is facilitated by a teacher who establishes the timing of how the class works through the course material, in part to encourage collaboration and enable effective feedback. Students are encouraged to establish routines that will support this.

All classes are conditional upon sufficient enrolment and are subject to cancellation. You will be contacted by KPRDSB staff if a course is cancelled by the weekend of June 27th

Please Note: Pending future announcements from the Ministry of Education and Public Health offices, Summer School program offerings and schedules may change.  Please visit the KPRDSB’s web site on a regular basis for any updates regarding programs and registration.

 

Summer School course offering are listed below. 

 

Please visit this link to register for summer school.  https://forms.gle/mkvGeTAkQEbufrG3A

 

Summer school registration will close on June 15th

 

Summer school starts on June 29th and finishes on July 27th

 

Questions can be emailed to Tracey Shevchuk

 

 

Subject

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12

Credit RECOVERY COURSES

In order to enroll in a recovery course a student must have a mark between 35 and 49 percent. 

ENGLISH

ENG1D1

ENG1P1

ENG2D1

ENG2P1

NBE3U1

NBE3C1

NBE3E1

ENG4U1

ENG4C1

ENG4E1

MATHEMATICS

MPM1D1

MFM1P1

MPM2D1

MFM2P1

MCR3U1

MCF3M1

MBF3C1

MEL3E1

MCV4U1

MHF4U1

MDM4U1

MAP4C1

MCT4C1

MEL4E1

SCIENCE

SNC1D1

SNC1P1

SNC2D1

SNC2P1

SBI3U1

SBI3C1

SCH3U1

SPH3U1

SVN3E1

SVN3M1

SBI4U1

SCH4U1

SCH4C1

SNC4E1

SPH4U1

SPH4C1

CIVICS

CAREERS

 

CHV205

GLC205

 

 

FULL CREDIT COURSES

ENGLISH

ENG1DF

ENG1PF

ENG2DF

ENG2PF

NBE3UF

NBE3CF

NBE3EF

ENG4UF

ENG4CF

ENG4EF

OLC4OF

MATHEMATICS

MPM1D

MFM1PF

MPM2DF

MFM2PF

MCR3UF

MCF3MF

MBF3CF

MEL3EF

MCV4UF

MHF4UF

MDM4UF

MAP4CF

MCT4CF

MEL4EF

SCIENCE

SNC1DF

SNC1PF

SNC2DF

SNC2PF

SBI3UF

SBI3CF

SCH3UF

SPH3UF

SVN3EF

SVN3MF

SBI4UF

SCH4UF

SCH4CF

SNC4EF

SPH4UF

SPH4CF

CIVICS

CAREERS

 

CHV20F

GLC20F

 

 

CO-OP

 

 

 

GLN40S

           

 

Credit Upgrade Courses – Courses started February 2020

 

MATHEMATICS

MPM1D1

MFM1P1

MPM2D1

MFM2P1

MCR3U1

MCF3M1

MBF3C1

MEL3E1

MCV4U1

MHF4U1

MDM4U1

MAP4C1

MCT4C1

MEL4E1

SCIENCE

SNC1D1

SNC1P1

SNC2D1

SNC2P1

SBI3U1

SBI3C1

SCH3U1

SPH3U1

SVN3E1

SVN3M1

SBI4U1

SCH4U1

SCH4C1

SNC4E1

SPH4U1

SPH4C1

 

Summer School Registration Link: https://forms.gle/Y5KwrAo9LzxvSTH99

 

Summer START! Program for Grade 8s

This year’s summer Start! Program will be offered through eLearning with face-to-face learning as an option if Ontario Public Health approves it.  In this online course Grade 8 students will read, work independently and/or as a member of a group, complete assignments and interact with their classmates and teacher. While students should plan to spend a minimum of 6 hours per weekday on their eLearning course, they will have some flexibility to choose when they work during the day, as long as they meet course due dates and times. The Start! Program will be facilitated by a teacher who will establish the timing of how the class will engage with the course material while also encouraging opportunities for student to student collaboration.  The teacher will also provide ongoing feedback to students to support their learning.  Students are expected to establish routines that will support this.

Students who participate in the Summer Start! Program will earn a secondary school credit (GLD2O, Discovering the Workplace).  This course focuses on literacy and numeracy skills as well as on developing the necessary inter and intra-personal skills for high school.

The course runs from June 29th until July 27th.  Student will be expected to be on line five days per week and should plan on spending 6 hours per day focused on the course. 

The class is conditional upon sufficient enrolment and is subject to cancellation. You will be contacted by KPRDSB staff if a course is cancelled by the weekend of June 27th.

Please Note: Pending future announcements from the Ministry of Education and Public Health offices, Summer School program offerings and schedules may change.  Please visit the KPRDSB’s web site on a regular basis for any updates regarding programs and registration.

 

To register for the Summer Start! Program please follow this link

https://forms.gle/aBb5ScjsRoKvf3bH7

Questions can be emailed to Tracey Shevchuk