Danforth and Greenwood are once again offering an in-house summer school program. This year the program runs from July 2 to July 12, 2019.
The options for Danforth CTI‘s summer program include:
Grade 9 Transition Program
This program aims to support students who will be starting grade 9 in September of 2019. The program is aimed at teaching skills and habits for success in high school, developing positive relationships with peers and staff, and closing gaps in learning from grade 7 and 8.
Grade 9/10 Credit Recovery
A program for students who have been unsuccessful in a compulsory course at the Grade 9/10 level. Students will have an opportunity to complete additional coursework to earn a passing grade. Students may recover multiple courses if they are able to complete the required work within the 9 day program. As opportunities for direct instruction and learning are limited in credit recovery classrooms, students are required to have a grade of 35% or higher, or the subject teacher’s recommendation in order to attempt a credit.
The options for Greenwood SS‘s summer program include
Literacy / Numeracy for Newcomers
The Greenwood program focuses on foundational literacy and numeracy programming and is available for new Canadians in the LEAP program. Working with the support of community agencies, this program helps students adapt to life in Canada and provides opportunities to learn and apply essential communication and mathematics skills for use in daily life.
This program is designed for students looking to accelerate their learning in mathematics, and will include 2 weeks of intensive instruction, followed by an opportunity for reassessment in August to determine if students have advanced to the next level of math. Students may upgrade from grades 3/4, 5/6 or 7/8 mathematics.
This program is available only to students of Greenwood SS.
Space is limited, so register early to ensure your spot.
To register for any of these programs, please use the link below: