Flex Day Opportunities


Date: Wednesday, November 2nd, 2022
TEACHERDESCRIPTION
Armstrong, ChrisMath help in 806 during B block, the rest will be open shop.
Barber, GraemeFlex days are available for further student support for Math or Science in a variety of ways: support in completion of projects or assignments, preparation for upcoming assessments, remedial practice of concepts necessary for success in current content, and reassessment to support and demonstrate improved understanding.
Baron, LeahI have three Capstone presentations in the morning and in the afternoon. I will be reviewing the English 10 Assessment for any ISP 10s who need to write.
Benton, DavidSocial and Environmental Sciences class field trip to Cathedral Grove.
Dakiniewich, Troy
Open shop for students for morning. Closed block after lunch for meeting, open shop for last block.

Preference given to students in "correct" block, others welcome to a maximum of 24 students.

Meaning...

B Block Preference to SR wood
A Block Preference to JR wood

C Block Preference to Creative Collective


Diesch, Thomas
“Flex day will be an opportunity for Math 9+10 students to work on their Unit/Chapter summary projects and/or provide evidence of deeper learning of previously explored topics. Science 10 students will be able to get extra help on their projects and complete any missing work.”
Errico, KenLibrary will be open for study and quiet work but will be operating at reduced capacity due to the Gr. 10 and 12 Assessments taking place.
Erikson, KennethMath 12 Foundations and Math 11 Precalculus Final Exam Review for Finals on Friday Jan 27th.
Ferguson, JulianFor flex day I will be offering: test make up and help with assignments
Follis, CraigCatchup on science or Mythbusters.
Gaudry, CrystalI will be offering time for final exam preparation & work time for students in Anatomy & Physiology 12/Chemistry 11.

Gorski, TravisMath 10 - Students will be writing their numeracy assessment. Please see class lists outside the office to find the room you will be writing your assessment.

Sports Medicine - Students are invited to complete their suture lab and any outstanding work from the term.

Haut, MeganStudents are completing assignments-parents will receive email if child needs to attend. Capstone Presentations are also happening.
Higgins, CoreyFLEX day = math 8 exam review opportunities and Science 9 science fair research project worktime

Horner, Tim
Humanities 8: students have the opportunity to receive direct support with outstanding Social Studies assignments before the end of semester. For students who are caught up with their Social Studies assignments, they can continue to prepare for their upcoming Debate Day on Friday.

Creative Writing: students have the opportunity to complete revisions on their final Short Story submission, which is due Friday, January 27th.

Psychology 11 & Psychology 12: students have the opportunity to complete any outstanding assignments before the end of the course. Cut off for final submissions is this Friday, January 27th.

Hoy, Jeff
Morning session: EFP 11 help
Afternoon: ENG 9 & Psychology 11 help
Ingram, DaveRoom 003 is not available because the lab is being used for assessments. Students will not have access to camera equipment or computers with specialized software. The library will be available for students who do come in on the day. Photography students may want to work on their final personal projects at home.

Jamieson, RossBlock C Careers 9-continuation of researching different opportunities in various industries
Block D Math 9 Boost –continuation of fundamental skill development for Math 9 Boost
Janz, David
Child Development & Caregiving 11/12 - In-person assistance is available for students to catch-up on missing work. All criteria is available through MyEducationBC.
Any missing work from the course is due by end of day Wed, Jan 25.
Currently students should be focused on the final project: Design a Daycare; criteria available on MyEd or through email request to Janz.

English First Peoples 10 - 12 - In-person assistance is available for students to catch-up on missing work and all criteria is available through MyEducationBC.
Capstone - STUDENT MAY PRESENT ANY TIME; LAST DAY IS JAN 25 - make certain to use correct grammar; please email/discuss with Janz when you want to present the finished product.
Work on the final assignment investigating sustainability was due Jan 16th - criteria available on MyEd or from Janz.
Current work: Exit Interview: responding to questions reflecting upon the student's learning in English First Peoples 12 - criteria available on MyEd and by request from Janz. One-on-one interviews with Janz start on Monday, Jan 23 - first come, first serve.

Social Studies 9 - In-person assistance is available for students to catch-up on missing work and all criteria is available through MyEducationBC.
Students should focus on any work not yet completed for the 'Industrial Revolution' project (overdue), the 'Canadian Residential Schools' project (overdue), 'American Civil War' (overdue), and 'World War I' - criteria available on MyEd or by request to Janz.
Current work: Exit Interview: responding to questions reflecting upon the student's learning in Social Studies 9 - criteria available on MyEd and by request from Janz. One-on-one interviews with Janz start on Monday, Jan 23 - first come, first serve.

Kelly, AudreyGrade 8's A/C- time to work on missing assignments and labs, as well as extra Math support available
Grade 11 ES- students working on projects and missed tests
WP Math 11- time to catch up on missing assignments

Keyworth-Janzen, KristieGet extra help
Tutoring
Catch up on work
Current Events Inquiry (Social Justice)
Movie (Spanish)
Krutzmann, Tim
Kuhnert, WayneILC open for independent online courses.
Lange, Amanda
In PHE you can come and get your gymnastics routines marked or finish health assignments. Many of us will be supervising exams so you will need to check in with whichever teacher is here.
Leclair, GerardCULINAR ARTS - CAFETERIA
FLEX DAY WED. JAN. 25, 23
No cafeteria service will be available.
• MAKE-UP ASSIGNMENTS – select learners during regularly scheduled blocks.

• ENRICHMENT ASSIGNMENTS – during regulary scheduled blocks.

Leikermoser, Katie
Baking 12 (A/B) & Foods 12 (D):
Students are required to attend if they have not submitted their final project.

Livingstone, ReganBand room open for students in C & D blocks to practice.

Socials 9 work period in A block in 119
MacDonald, TimA, C and D blocks will be open shop for construction students in room 510. B block will be open shop for metal students in the metal work shop.
MacKinnon, Kristin
Morning N/A
Afternoon tutorial and open lab

MacLeod, AmberC and D blocks should be writing their Lit Assessment in the afternoon and the ILC will be closed. ILC students are welcome to continue to work on their online class in the library.
Mazey, LoriA Block - Room Open for Dance retests and Drama eight students and Directing and Script Development students

D Drama eight - Final Project work and presentations / Dance Projects

C Room Open for Dance retests and Drama eight students and Directing and Script Development students
McAskill, Leigh-EllenEnglish 9

Students are encouraged to complete their Book Talk presentation. The overview is available on Canvas if needed. Presentations are scheduled for Thursday and Friday. Students who have any overdue assignments for term 2 are strongly encouraged to attend.

Humanities 8

Students that have not submitted their manor maps or medieval identity profiles will be required to attend. A quiet workspace and help will be available for students who need to complete overdue assignments or need help completing the Law and Justice in the Middle Ages assignment.
McKillican, Lee -
Peer Tutor Opportunities
Peer tutoring Opportunities at Feeder Elementary Schools- Please see Mr. McKillican for details
McDonald, RossStudents will have the opportunity to work on/catch up/finish/the following
1.) Health Units - Sexual and/or Mental Health
2.) Dance Unit - Dance Project
3.) Any other missing assignments
McLachlan, Sasha
Support for work completion in English First Peoples 11, English New Media 10, and French 9. These courses are semestered, and students need to complete and hand in any missing work by Thursday, January 26th. I am also offering work completion and study/review time for French 8 students.

McMath, RobStudents will have the opportunity to work on/catch up/finish/the following
1.) Health Units - Sexual and/or Mental Health
2.) Dance Unit - Dance Project
3.) Any other missing assignments
Merrick, Dave
Monks, DaleOn the January 25th Flex Day students will have the opportunity to complete missed assignments or quizzes from January only. Extra help can also be provided.

Morris, Stephanie
Mtawali, CrosbyB-Block - Students who signed up for Term 2 Retests have the opportunity to do so between 9 am and 12:00 noon. I will not be available in the afternoon.


C-Block - Students who signed up for Term 2 Retests have the opportunity to do so between 9 am and 12:00 noon. I will not be available in the afternoon.


D-Block - Students in this class are writing their Numeracy Exam in the morning. Students need to pay attention to the notices posted around the school to find out where they will be writing in the school – The earlier, the better. (Find out where you are writing before you leave school on Tuesday)
The few that have already written the exam are welcome to come for assistance. I will not be available in the afternoon.
Olson, Ron
Pattison, SeanOutdoor Ed 8
Students can catch up on Compass and map assignments
Pearson, AndrewWe will be using this time supporting students in completing any outstanding assignments. We will also focus in life skill building activities.
Pettigrew, Grayson
Randall, DaveArt open studio for all currently enrolled students only.
Rebitt, PaulMr. Rebitt does not have access to his room (computer lab used for assessments), but he will be available in the Library to assist students with Income Tax or any other missing assignments
Rebitt, TracyI have three Capstone presentations in the morning and in the afternoon, I will be reviewing the English 10 Assessments for any ISP 10s who need to write.
Roberge, MeaganThe foods room will be open in A, C and D block for students who need to make up missed labs. They should confirm attendance with Ms. Roberge to ensure that there are enough materials and ingredients.
Ross, DawsonRoom 16: Electronics Shop
The electronics shop is open to all students currently taking courses with Mr. Ross who wish to work on their projects. If approved by Mr. Ross, students in need of a computer or who wish to work on their own projects are also welcome join.
Sanchez, Jordan
The Autoshop will be open for students to catch up on missing work during the regular blocks or work on current lab work. Students requested to attend for catch-up must attend. Students who have confirmed extracurricular projects ahead of time, will be working on those approved projects.
Slomp, Hannah
In English 9 students are invited to come in for Flex day to receive extra help on their Expository Essays. Students who are missing Novel Study Portfolios will also be asked to come in.

In Social 9 students who are missing Industrial Revolution Newspapers, Current Events Presentations, or Historic Event Projects will be asked to come in.
Thorson, DawnnThorson – Block A – SS10 – complete final projects
Block B – EFP 10 – complete literature circle work

Block C and D – Careers 11 and 12 support in Careers office

Trevail, Andrea
I am only in my room in the morning of flex day as I’m supervising the provincial tests in the afternoon.

Science 10 students are welcome to do catch up tests.

WPM11 students can catch up on workbook, project, computer assignments and test.
Van Waterschoot, Katie
French 8: A few students will be working through vocabulary and missed assignments from our new unit (Unit 2 – Les cours et les profs). Other students can continue working on their Bingo cards to have them ready to play next class.

Spanish 9/11: A few students have the opportunity to work through a quiz from last week with some support. Others will be completing their Duolingo Podcast assignments and working on their new booklets for unit 5 and watching a skit about food in Spanish.

French 10: Students will have a chance to study for the unit test on Thursday and work through any difficult concepts with more one on one time with me. They can continue working through the review handout and ask any questions for clarification.

Verkley, Jeff
Walker, JeannineFlex day opportunity in room 133 - "Learn about cedar bark and weaving with Ni'noxsola Evelyn Voyageur". Morning and afternoon sessions.
Weiss, DavidMath Support in block C,D in portable 806
Guitar in block B in the Band room.
Wilson, MicheleBlock A: Tourism 11/12
Tourism students should be checking their "Tourism 11/12 TEAM" to ensure they are up to date with all assignments. Students should attend Flex Day if they are missing ANY assignments, if they need extra help or if they wish to extend their learning. Please be sure you are up to date with your scrapbook project worth 100 marks and due at the end of the term.

Block B: Careers 10
Students should attend Flex Day if they are missing ANY assignments, if they need extra help or if they wish to extend their learning. Students should be checking their "MyBlueprint" portfolio and "MyEd" to ensure all assignments have been handed in.

Careers 11/12
Students are encouraged to attend Flex Day to work on their online Careers assignments in "TEAMS". Contact Mrs. Wilson or Mrs. Thorson in room 130 if you have any questions. Completion of Careers 11 & 12 is required for graduation. Assignments are due Jan 27th, 2023. ALL assignments must be successfully completed to pass the course. Grades for Careers 11/12 will be posted by Spring Break.
Young, AndrewLegal Studies/Criminology catch up and assistance on semester based projects and final exam work
Learning SupportLearning Support Flex Day Learning Opportunities

Scheduled students will have the following learning opportunities:
1. Start, complete, edit, and/or review current academic/elective requirements.
2. Learn, practice and/or review foundational skills in numeracy and literacy via online, teacher and/or LST provided materials.
3. Use, review, and/or learn technological accessibility tools.

Drop-in students will have the same opportunities as above, if there is space available.
Counselling OfficeSafe Talk Training - How to help a person who is struggling with suicidal thoughts.

Talk to Ms. Schultz or Ms. Brach if you'd like to attend this morning session.