Please read the following important information regarding Summer School 2019 prior to completing the registration.
Grade 8 and 9
- Sessions run in-class from July 3rd to 19th from 9:00-12:00 Monday through Thursday and are offered at Brooks Secondary. Grade 8 & 9 students in the Tla'amin Nation can discuss options with Tyler Peters, Alisha Point or Rod Perrault.
- Classes run from July 3rd to July 31st,Classes run Monday through Friday. Students can enrol at either Brooks or Ahms Tah Ow. No extensions beyond July 31 will be granted.
- Class sessions will run 9:00-11:00 and 11:00-1:00. Students pre-select at least one of these two hour sessions and attend that session daily until work expectations are completed.
- Registrations are available and can be completed now. Please submit to the counselling office.
- Students may take complete courses in Summer School, but all course work (assignments and exams). Students taking a full course must complete all assignments by July 29th (sorry, no extensions can be given).
- Upon passing your courses, next year's timetable will be changed to reflect your success
Fees: There are no fees for students who were registered students of SD#47 (Powell River) during this school year.
- Students will be contacted by their school counselor or may go ahead and register if they are aware of a failed class.
- Students may register, by printing the registration form below, filling out and returning Brooks School by Thursday, June 27th.
How Summer School Works
1. On the first day at summer school, students come to Brooks or Ahms Tah Ow at their scheduled time.
2. Students will need the following supplies throughout the course and should come prepared with them on their first day: Pen or pencil; binder to organize work; loose-leaf paper; and calculator if needed.
3. For Grades 10 – 12, most assignments and tests are "online". Students will get access to their on-line assignments on the first day. All quizzes and tests are done in class under teacher supervision.
4. Work is done at Brooks or Ahms Tah Ow during students' scheduled time and at home. It is recommended that students do work at home to speed up progress through summer school. However, daily attendance in scheduled blocks is required.
5. Teachers will be available at all times to provide help to students.
- Ask for help
- Keep track of what you have completed
- Bring a pen or pencil to every class
- Be on Time!
- Cheating will not be tolerated.
- Remain in class, working until directed by a teacher to take a break or leave for the day. Return from breaks promptly
7. The harder you work, the sooner you get finished. You only stay in summer school until you have finished your courses.
8. Upon passing your courses, next year's timetable will be changed to reflect your success.