Learning Continuity information for Families

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Learning Continuity for Elementary Families

成人抖音Dear Elementary Families,

成人抖音These are difficult times for many families, and every family’s situation is different. Most importantly, take care of yourself and your family as we navigate these times together. It is important that we feel safe and connected as we explore new ways of learning at home, while not adding more stress as you aim to support your child’s learning. 

The ideas and resources below are aimed to support your child’s development in: literacy (reading & writing), numeracy, and their well-being.

We hope you will find these suggested activities build on how you already support your child in their learning. The intent is only to supplement what teachers will be providing if you would like to extend learning opportunities during this challenging time. 

As you engage in this new way of learning together, have fun, laugh, share your new learning too. If it becomes frustrating for anyone, take a break, and be gentle with each other. Everyone is doing the best they can. 

成人抖音Please also see the BC Ministry of Education’s Keep Learning site to support parents:

It is strongly recommended that before submitting any personal information to a website, educators and parents should ensure that the information is stored in Canada, as per . FIPPA requires that storage and access of personal information, which may include email addresses, contact information, or other personally identifiable details, must be stored only in Canada ().

Learning Continuity for Middle Families

Dear Middle School Families,

成人抖音These are difficult times for many families, and every family’s situation is different. Most importantly, take care of yourself and your family as we navigate these times together.  Teachers are working hard to provide learning opportunities for their students. Below are some suggested ideas and resources to engage minds, support physical and mental well-being and to start thinking about ways to support your child in their learning at home. Some kids need more structure in their days, some are comfortable with flexibility. You know your child best and what will work best for them and you. These are extraordinary times, so the expectation is to not replace or mimic school times. Be gentle with yourself and your young adolescent. 

Please also see the BC Ministry of Education’s Keep Learning site to support parents:

It is strongly recommended that before submitting any personal information to a website, educators and parents should ensure that the information is stored in Canada, as per . FIPPA requires that storage and access of personal information, which may include email addresses, contact information, or other personally identifiable details, must be stored only in Canada ().

Learning Continuity for Secondary Families

These are difficult times for many families, and every family’s situation is different. Most importantly, take care of yourself and your family as we navigate these times together. Secondary teachers are working hard to provide learning opportunities for their students. Below are some suggested ideas, lessons, and resources to engage minds, support well-being, and to start thinking about ways to support learning at home. These are extraordinary times, so the expectation is to not replace or mimic school times.

Please also see the BC Ministry of Education’s Keep Learning site to support parents:

It is strongly recommended that before submitting any personal information to a website, educators and parents should ensure that the information is stored in Canada, as per . FIPPA requires that storage and access of personal information, which may include email addresses, contact information, or other personally identifiable details, must be stored only in Canada ().