Standard registration is closed for Semester 2, but Emergency Remote Teaching Registrations are Open
Since schools began closing on March 16, 2020, attendance in the online classes has been at a reduced rate as we understand that students no longer have access to their school buildings (computer and internet). Ongoing classes and course expectations have been adjusted to fit into our remote teaching plan, developed to meet the current situation. Students will be responsible for work up until March 16, 2020, for their baseline grades. If you are below 50% and require a recovery work package mailed out to you, please contact your teacher directly (check course outlines for email contact). Our teachers are still working to help and support you and will put together recovery packages for mail out if necessary. For those students who are at a passing level, weekly learning opportunities are available until June. Log in to your course as usual for access.
We have opened up our learning environment for requests from interested member schools who want to move to an online environment during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please have your education director or principal send an email to email@example.com to get started. You are welcome and encouraged to keep us in mind for high school courses you may require in the future. Next year’s timetable is being worked on soon, so keep checking back for the most current information.
– Allison McDonald, Wapaskwa Virtual Collegiate – Principal