Summer School programs include Secondary New or Improvement Credits for Grade 9-12 students, Summer Revive Cooperative Education, Grade 7 and 8 Literacy and Numeracy, Grade 7 and 8 ESL, High School Here I Come, and a variety of e-Learning credit course offerings.
Summer School programs meet the needs of all learners.
• Elementary students benefit from rich Literacy/Numeracy based learning,
• ESL learners upgrade their literacy skills, and secondary students have the opportunity to improve existing grades or to reach ahead, and
• students entering Grade 9 benefit greatly from learning about their new school prior to making the transition from elementary to secondary school.
This group photo and classroom pictures were taken at the New Credit Grade 9 and 10 Summer School site at A. B. Lucas S.S where more than 650 students are attending Grade 9-10 New Credit classes this summer.
1. Balaclava reopens for adult ed. 2. TVDSB Strategic Plan 3. Tecumseh and Laurier win film awards 4. Fresh take on a Shakespeare classic 5. 2013 Award of Distinction 6. Clarke Road student wins Brain Bee 7. Wheable student’s Tru success 8. Walk/Run for prostate cancer awareness 9. Meet the 2013-2014 Student Trustees 10. Thames Valley kicks off Education Week 11. Show you care on Toonie Tuesday 12. London South alumni return for class 13. School Within A University open for 13-14 14. Orchard Park intermediate students GetREAL 15. A.B. Lucas celebrates 50th reunion in May 16. TVDSB students off to int. science fair 17. Arthur Voaden visits the United Kingdom 18. A Principal's testimonial for The Caring Fund 19. Cartier PS class greens classroom website 20. TVDSB staff member earns Navy promotion 21. How to go green with a waste audit 22. Find your voice volunteering 23. TVDSB says “no” to unnecessary waste 24. Show you care on Toonie Tuesday 25. Recycle your old batteries