Wolf Creek Public Schools - Continuing Student Learning Guidelines
As of March 20, 2020, Alberta Education has released new guidelines to direct how students will learn while in-school classes are cancelled due to the provincial health emergency.
These new guidelines align well with the Wolf Creek Learning Support Plan that was discussed with school administrators on March 19. The full media release can be found at this link from the Government of Alberta website.
This approach was developed in consultation with a variety of education leaders to identify how teacher-directed learning could occur for students across Alberta. Each school board has been provided with the flexibility required to meet the unique needs of their students.
Continuity of Student Learning and Content Delivery
Within Wolf Creek, teachers of pre-kindergarten to Grade 12 students will offer at-home learning opportunities, either through online means or through other accommodations, such as course packages, web based connections and telephone check-ins. The Government of Alberta expects that every student, regardless of their geographic location or socioeconomic status, will continue to learn while in-school classes across the province are cancelled.
To assist with identifying what content needs to be delivered a Wolf Creek Learning Support Plan will be provided to school administrators and teachers after Spring Break. Teachers will evaluate curricular outcomes that have not yet been covered, prioritize remaining outcomes based on what is manageable for students working from home, and will plan specific tasks and projects for students.