Date: Friday  

Appel, Ann MariePort 6English Studies support
Bayles, Esther205Room 205 is available for all students and teachers as a Test Centre.
Beckett, Heather202Support with English and Social Justice assignments. Environment club and Model UN club activities.
Buckle, JanaStudent Services
Cooke, LisaPort 3Support for English 8, 9, New Media 10 and Social Studies 9
Courage, Andrea205Room 205 is available for all students and teachers as a Test Centre.
Duncan, LinsayBand RoomFirst 20 mins for one on one learning with new oboe players. Room then open to all grades for practicing and questions.
Feustel, Alan508Open for all currently enrolled metal shop students that need extra support.
Floucault, Lawrence306Math 9, Français langue 10 and Sciences naturelles 10 support.
Ganga, Carolyn
Graham, Dave306Math and Chemistry support, test writing and lab make-up
Gravel, Louis203French Immersion/Core French support Grades 8-10
Green, Larry100TVM SOlver help
Hagel, CoralGym
Hagel, StaceGym
Hockin, KirkPort 2Hockin: Support for Math/Sci students
Holland, Shawn201Support for English 9, New Media 10, English First Peoples 11, and English 12
Janzen, Greg106Visiting students will be able to receive assistance in math, science or careers related work. All are welcome.
Jones, Sarah104Science 8, Science 10 and enviro science 11 - assignment and vocabulary help
Joubert, Kristjan101Mr. Joubert is always available to support French Immersion students with their Français Langue and/or Sciences Humaines between grades 8-11. I can also support students in Career Education 9.
Keeping, BrittanyFit CentreFitness Knowledge support, weight room use
Keys, Stephanie101Day 1 and day 3 (including this Friday, Sept 22) Mme Keys is available for Sc.Hum 11 support during Flex. Also available for support some mornings and lunches - just ask ! 🙂
Kroeker, MariannickPort 1Day 1 and day 3 Mme Kroeker is available for Sciences Humaines 9 et 10 support and catch up.
Lagrandeur, Pascal102Academic support for francais langue 8-9, Sciences Humaines 8-9 and Core French 8
Larizza, Etel510
Lineger, Peter
Lockquell, Jouska509studio space and art support
MacKinnon, Ross506CLE 8/10 Support
Mann, Jessica300Students can make up missed food labs and recieve support with missed course work
Mather, Alissa404Socials 10, Law 12, Psychology 12 course support
McCallum, AmyPort 5Support for Sciences humaines 9 or Core French 9
McKillican, Debra105
Morellato, Tara405Students can make up missed food labs and recieve support with missed course work.
Mulrooney, Victoria403International student support; Interact committee meetings;
Murcheson, Kim103Academic support for PC Math 11/12 and Economics 12. Wharton Investment Competition Group Meets. Math Contest Support Coming in October. Computers available.
Nelson, Phil303
Pahl, S302FMPC 10 help with Unit 1 Polynomials assignments. Science 9- Science Process Skills Assignments
Parry, AllieStudent Services
Parsons, Chantel401Academic support for Humanities 8, History 12, Genocide Studies 12.
Peters, Jordan301Academic support for Creative Writing 10, English First Peoples 11, and English Studies 12. Creative writing mentoring for all students.
Reintgen, Claudia404SS10 Academic support
Richards, Tracy/Lila ArmstrongLibraryDungeons & Dragons
Riley, Jen511
Roy, Stephane402Academic support for Fral--11 and Fral-!2
Slomp, HannahPortable 1Ms. Slomp is available for extra help in English 8, Social 9, Careers 9, French 10 on Flex days that fall on ABCD or BADC schedule days.
Spencer, PeterstageImprov.
Storey, Aarlen406Academic support and test writing
Tattrie, JimWood Shop/507Open to current shop students requiring extra-time to work on class projects/coursework (max 24)
Taylor, Mark200Computers available for all students wanting to learn, school or non-school related. Math, Science, and Computers help available.
Tobacca, BlakeGymCoed Basketball Skills Training Grades 8-12
Watt, Christi400 -ILCNIDES midterm exam supervision
Welbourn, Rachel304Math/Science support
Willard, Nathan305Physics 11, Physics 12, Science 8 Academic Support
Williams, AndreaStudent Services

Flex Block Guidelines:

  • It is a block within the required school day (9:00 – 3:10) with the same attendance expectations as all other blocks. Students have the flexibility to choose where they attend.
  • If a student is required by a teacher to be in attendance in their room to complete missing assignments/tests that will take priority over all other activities.
  • Support from parents/guardians is paramount in Flex block being successful. Parent encouragement to ensure students use Flex block as a valuable tool in their learning journey through consistent attendance, work completion and involvement in the many positive aspects of our school culture is key factor in student success.
  • The Flex block structure will be reviewed at the end of each term. Key indicators will be attendance, course/assignment completion, involvement in school culture activities and parent feedback among others.
  • Administration will continuously communicate with students and staff regarding the Flex block structure. If it is deemed it is not being used as intended or helping to achieve school goals, we will return to a regular block schedule.

Our Flex block will take place on Fridays starting September 24th and will follow this bell schedule:

Block One9:00 – 9:55
Block Two9:58 – 10:53
Block Three10:56 – 11:51
Lunch11:51 – 12:36
Block Four12:39 – 1:39
FLEX1:42 – 3:10