Date: Friday  March 24, 2023

Appel, Ann MariePortable 3Academic support for Eng 9-12
Bayles, EstherRoom 205Used by all teachers for all students, as a test center.
Beckett, HeatherRoom 202English support, Law12 support, Environment Club activities and CAIMUN Conference Preparation
Buckle, JanaStudent ServicesSemester Two Course Changes
Chase, LisaRoom 510Drop in for Art and Photo. Test and assignment catch up Marketing/Entrepreneurship
Cooke, LisaRoom 511Available in room 511 for Humanities and Citizenship support (until 2:45)
Courage, AndreaRoom 205Access Centre- Drop-in academic support and invigilating for tests/exams
Cunningham, ColinWeight RoomWeight Room supervision for those students developing/continuing an Extension of Learning Plan
Dockerill, SylviaRoom 405Completing worksheets. Working on sewing tasks and projects.
Duncan, LinsayBand Room 512Open room for all grades - Practice and one on one help
Feustel, AlanMetal Shop Room 508Room 508 is not open for flex block as the Metal Trades sampler program is in session.
Floucault, LawrenceRoom 101Support for français langue 10, sciences naturelles 10 and core french 9
Ganga, CaroRoom 404Academic support for Spanish 9 & Spanish 10/11 (NIDES support if needed)
Gellatly, TaraRoom 404Academic support for Gr 8 & 9 French when following Thurs sched. Support also available Tues/Thurs at lunch
Graham, DaveRoom 306One on One math and science tutoring, lab activities make-up.
Gravel, LouisRoom 203French Immersion 8-9 Francais and Sciences Humaines Support
Green, LarryRoom 100Yearbook 11/12 students work on the 2023 Yearbook. Workplace Math 11 help with Finance Project.
Hagel, CoralGymBadminton
Hagel, StaceGymVolleyball and badminton in Gym 1
Hockin, KirkPort 2Academic support for any of my students. Quiz/Test make up opportunity.
Holland, ShawnRoom 201Support for English 9-12
Janzen, GregRoom 106Support for my science 9, 10, and 11 students mainly, but honestly anyone who drops by is likely to get some attention.
Jones, SarahRoom 104FPC 10 and PC 11 math support. Science 8 support.
Joubert, KristjanRoom 102Support with Sciences Humaines 9, Français Langue 8, and Core French 8. Specific help with CAO presentations and projects on the "Journée International de la Francophonie".
Keeping, Brittany
Keys, StephanieRoom 101Not at school for Flex this week. Re-tests/quizzes can be arranged ahead of time and written in Access Centre. Extra help available Tues and Thurs after school
Lagrandeur, PascalRoom 102Academic support for my gr.8 and 9 French Immersion and Core French 8
Lineger, PeterPort 4CLE 10 and CLE 11 support, WEX, Dual credit Academic and Trades
Lockquell, JouskaRoom 509Studio space and support for art classes
MacKinnon, RossRoom 506Academic support for CLE 8 Students
Mather, AlissaRoom 302Academic support for Socials 11, Psychology 12, socials 9, CAIMUN
McCallum, AmyPortable 5Academic support for FRAL 10, Sciences humaines 9 and French 11. DELF prep support for Fr. 11.
McKillican, DebraRoom 105Academic support/Lab Activity Make-up Chem 11/Anatomy and Physiology 12
Mulrooney, VictoriaRoom 403International student support for all subjects; Interact Club: GALA committee meetings
Murcheson, KimRoom 103Pre-Calculus 12 and Economics 12 Support. Math Contest Support
Nelson, PhilRoom 303Science 10 support/tests make up
Pahl, SimmyPortable 6FMPC 10- support on assignments for Trig Unit. and quiz corrections. Math 9- support on multiplying and dividing polynomials unit. Any missed quizzes/tests need to be pre-arranged and set up in Room 205 or Room 406
Parry, Allie
Parsons, ChantelRoom 401Academic support for Humanities 8, Human Geography 12, English 8. Test corrections for Geog 12. Warhammer gaming.
Pendak, JesseRoom 305Physics 11/12 Support, 8-2 Math/Science Support, Chess, D&D
Peters, JordanRoom 301Academic support for Creative Writing 10, English First Peoples 11, and English Studies 12. Creative writing mentoring for all students.
Ramwell, DevonRoom 206
Reintgen, ClaudiaRoom 404SS10 and SS9 support
Richards, Tracy/Lila Armstronglibrary (maybe 506 as well)GAMES!! We have 4 copies of 7 Wonders! Come play - Catan, Chess, Cards 🙂 and en français aussi! Loup garou peut-être?
Riley, JenRoom 511Academic support for English 8
Roy, StephaneRoom 402Support for Fral-9,11 and Fral-12 ("Evaluation Litteratie" prep for Fral-12)
Rushton, Eva
Smith, BradStageImprovisational skills for all interested improvers . . . . all grades.
Storey, AarlenRoom 406Academic Support. Computer Access.
Test writing
Tattrie, JimWood Shop / 507Open for all current shop students that need extra time to complete assignments and/or project work. (max # of students 24)
Taylor, MarkRoom 200Room is open for Math help, computers are available for learning and schoolwork.
Tobacca, BlakeGymBasketball Skills for All Grades
Watt, ChristiPort 4ILC- room 400; computers available for student use (NIDES, PIE, and Isfeld). Capstone conferencing related to Semester 2 proposals.
Welbourn, RachelRoom 304Support for Mathématiques 8 and Sciences Naturelles 10 (Math Contest prep and Math circles, everyone welcome-)
Williams, AndreaStudent ServicesSemester Two Course Changes
Williamson, TammyRoom 300Quebec Trip meeting
Yilmaz, KaylaRoom 206

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