Classes will follow a Day 1 to 5 schedule and
students will be expected to be actively engaged in learning from 9:00 a.m. to 3:35
Students will commit to Learning Online from September to January. Students will need to reapply for a term two (February to June) placement.
All classes will be in English. French Immersion Tutorials will not be offered through Learning Online.
Weekly in-person learning opportunities will be added to support a successful transition back to physical schools.
Students will participate in synchronous course instruction.
Students will follow a day 1 – 5 schedule.
Learning Online will follow the RCSD elementary calendar, including holidays, TPD days, and institute days.
Students will receive a report card and participate in division assessments.
Class meetings – each morning and afternoon will start with a class meeting. Attendance will be taken at these meetings.
Instruction and assessment time – Students will participate in live lessons and independent tasks throughout the day.
Break times – morning recess and lunch
Learning Online will follow a Day 1 to 5 schedule like in physical elementary schools.
French Immersion Students
All courses will be taught in English.
Learning Online will not offer a French Language Tutorial in the 2021 – 2022 school year.
French Immersion students who register with Learning Online will need to take a French Language Assessment upon return to their base school.
To help support a successful transition back to school, Learning Online Elementary will include a one-half day a week in person learning opportunity.
Term 1: Registrations will be processed, and parents will be notified by Monday, June 21
Term 2*: Registrations will be accepted in January 2022.
*Term 2 is dependent on the current Covid situation. If there is no longer a need to support students due to Covid 19, Learning Online Elementary will no longer be offered.
Students will need consistent access to technology.
Students will need their own device – cannot share with siblings taking online classes
Tablets will work for some activities, but students will need a computer at some point.
Earbuds or a headset with a microphone will support live lessons is required.
courses are built in a platform called Moodle and all other technology applications will be embedded into our site.
Applications are no longer being accepted for the 2021 - 2022 school year. Students who require a placement due to a medical concern can apply following our Duty to Accommodate process. Parents wishing to apply for a medical placement can contact the Learning Online Principal, Amy Sanville, at firstname.lastname@example.org.