This program is available to students at Alouette elementary who are entering grades 6/7 in September, 2024.  Flexibility and choice, collaborative learning, inquiry, and knowledge building are elements of this program.

Students will interact with other students and their teacher, utilize the resources of the internet, and discuss issues online while still being able to retain the personal contact that traditional face-to-face learning allows.

Students in this program will attend school four days a week (Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri) and work from home on Thursdays.



Why Cyberschool?

Positive Aspects of Cyberschool

• With the current advances in technology, the time and place where students learn is becoming less important.
• Students who are well-motivated independent learners can benefit from having choices in how they learn.
• Learning can be enriched by the resources and environment that online learning allows.
• Working individually at home allows students to work at their own speed with fewer distractions, but still have the ability to get individual help from their teacher as well as collaborate online with their classmates.
• Cyberschool accommodates a variety of family situations and provides an alternative delivery method for students.
• Cyberschool allows students to get individualized help and work collaboratively with others.
• Students will be accountable, as the completion of weekly work will be monitored and communicated to parents.
• Students will have the opportunity to pursue enrichment or remediation activities.
• Students will have the technology needed given to them for the duration of their year in Cyberschool as the iPad program is part of Cyberschool.