High school students in DSB-1 schools have an opportunity to keep going with the online schooling momentum this summer, and earn credits.
Director of education Lesleigh Dye says details will be communicated to students’ homes.
“They can actually earn a credit with 55 hours of learning, which typically a credit is 110 hours,” Dye notes. “So the ministry has made some modifications for this summer to support students.”
“What a great opportunity to earn a credit or two so that when we have schools open again, to even be ahead of where they were.”