Available courses

Calm 20 Virtual is a user friendly, interactive way to study CAREER AND LIFE MANAGEMENT. The three outcomes are covered in 3 sections with lessons in each section. Covering topics from the 6 areas of wellness, to financial management and careers, CALM 20 will give you a new view on life.

Follow this link to access the course: calm20virtual.weebly.com 

Math 30-2 is the final course in the -2 sequence of mathematics. This course sequence is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical thinking skills identified for entry into post-secondary programs that do not require the study of calculus. 


Who should take the Mathematics-2 course sequence?

  • Mathematics-2 is designed for students who want to attend a university, college, or technical institute after high school, but do not need calculus skills.
  • If you want to study at the post-secondary level in fields such as arts programs, civil engineering technology, medical technologies, or some apprenticeship programs, you should take Mathematics-2. This sequence will fulfill most high-school students' needs.
  • You should always check the most up-to-date information on post-secondary mathematics entrance requirements, which is available on the Alberta Learning Information Service (ALIS) website and directly from the institutions themselves.


This is a diploma course, meaning you are required write a provincial exam in order to complete the course.  The diploma exam is worth 30% of your final course mark, and must be written on the scheduled exam date.



Science 24 is a general science program that helps students better understand and apply fundamental concepts and skills common to biology, chemistry, physics and environmental science. Science 24 will allow students to meet the credit requirements for a high school diploma.

Unit

Chapters

Evaluation

Matter and Chemical Change

1,2,3,4

25 %

Energy Transformations

5,6,7,8

25 %

Disease Defense and Human Health

9,10,11,12

25 %

Safety in Transportation

13,14,15,16

25 %


Science 14 covers four different units

 

Unit

Chapters

Evaluation

Investigating Properties of Matter

1,2,3,4

25 %

Energy Transfer Technologies

5,6,7

25 %

From Life to Lifestyle

8,9,10,11

25 %

Matter and Energy in the Biosphere

12,13,14,15

25 %


Students will use the Science Connect 1 textbook. 

F.P. Walshe Digital Media CTS Course Option

The course provides an overview of abnormal behavior and the conditions that affect individuals in our society. The sections of the course deal with views of abnormality, causal factors, and types of disorders, as well as assessment, prevention, and treatment. When students have completed the course, they will have a basic understanding of the major concepts in abnormal psychology and the complicated nature of psychological illness.  This is a 3 credit course.




English 30-1/-2 is a diploma course that all students need to graduate. The student will be expected to read and analyze a variety of texts and write with maturity and finesse. Please go to the link: english30blendedvirtual.weebly.com

Hola. Students will be working to complete Spanish 10 of the 3 year program of studies, completing ADLC modules with the support and facilitation of LRSD's Virtual School, specifically Mr. Gillespie working out of Outreach West in Coleman. Office hours will be provided with opportunities for students to discuss and clarify any questions or difficulties relating to the work. As well, specific appointments will be made to work 1-on-1 with students to check on progress, troubleshoot difficulties and assist with learning. 

Students in Social Studies 20 will explore the complexities of nationalism in Canadian andinternational contexts. They will study the origins of nationalism and the influence ofnationalism on regional, international and global relations. The infusion of multipleperspectives will allow students to develop understandings of nationalism and hownationalism contributes to the citizenship and identities of peoples in Canada. Students will berequired to incorporate various skill sets from Social Studies 10 through to Social Studies 30that incorporate critical and creative thinking, historical thinking, geographic thinking, decisionmaking and problem solvingStudents will also be required to demonstrate skills of how toparticipate in social and democratic practice through cooperation, conflict resolution andconsensus building. In exploring the major issues of nationalism students will be required todemonstrate and apply the research process to their inquiries along with communicating theirideas through oral, visual, media and textual literacy.The key issue that will be explored throughout the semester is
to what extent should weembrace nationalism?
This issue is broken down into four related issues, which will be thefour units of the year. They are:Unit One:
To what extent should nation be the foundation of identity?
Students willexamine the relationships among nationalism, nation, and identity.Unit Two:
To what extent should national interests be pursued?
Students will examine hownations have pursed their national interests through history (WWI, WWII, and acts of genocide.Unit Three:
To what extent should internationalism be pursued?
Students will examineinternationalism and contemporary global affairs.Unit Four:
To what extent national interest be pursued?
Students will explore the Canadiannational identity..
Students in Social Studies 20 will explore the complexities of nationalism in Canadian andinternational contexts. They will study the origins of nationalism and the influence ofnationalism on regional, international and global relations. The infusion of multipleperspectives will allow students to develop understandings of nationalism and hownationalism contributes to the citizenship and identities of peoples in Canada. Students will berequired to incorporate various skill sets from Social Studies 10 through to Social Studies 30that incorporate critical and creative thinking, historical thinking, geographic thinking, decisionmaking and problem solvingStudents will also be required to demonstrate skills of how toparticipate in social and democratic practice through cooperation, conflict resolution andconsensus building. In exploring the major issues of nationalism students will be required todemonstrate and apply the research process to their inquiries along with communicating theirideas through oral, visual, media and textual literacy.The key issue that will be explored throughout the semester is
to what extent should weembrace nationalism?
This issue is broken down into four related issues, which will be thefour units of the year. They are:Unit One:
To what extent should nation be the foundation of identity?
Students willexamine the relationships among nationalism, nation, and identity.Unit Two:
To what extent should national interests be pursued?
Students will examine hownations have pursed their national interests through history (WWI, WWII, and acts of genocide.Unit Three:
To what extent should internationalism be pursued?
Students will examineinternationalism and contemporary global affairs.Unit Four:
To what extent national interest be pursued?
Students will explore the Canadiannational identity..
Students in Social Studies 20 will explore the complexities of nationalism in Canadian andinternational contexts. They will study the origins of nationalism and the influence ofnationalism on regional, international and global relations. The infusion of multipleperspectives will allow students to develop understandings of nationalism and hownationalism contributes to the citizenship and identities of peoples in Canada. Students will berequired to incorporate various skill sets from Social Studies 10 through to Social Studies 30that incorporate critical and creative thinking, historical thinking, geographic thinking, decisionmaking and problem solvingStudents will also be required to demonstrate skills of how toparticipate in social and democratic practice through cooperation, conflict resolution andconsensus building. In exploring the major issues of nationalism students will be required todemonstrate and apply the research process to their inquiries along with communicating theirideas through oral, visual, media and textual literacy.The key issue that will be explored throughout the semester is
to what extent should weembrace nationalism?
This issue is broken down into four related issues, which will be thefour units of the year. They are:Unit One:
To what extent should nation be the foundation of identity?
Students willexamine the relationships among nationalism, nation, and identity.Unit Two:
To what extent should national interests be pursued?
Students will examine hownations have pursed their national interests through history (WWI, WWII, and acts of genocide.Unit Three:
To what extent should internationalism be pursued?
Students will examineinternationalism and contemporary global affairs.Unit Four:
To what extent national interest be pursued?
Students will explore the Canadiannational identity..

         Students in Social Studies 20-2 will explore the complexities of nationalism in Canadian and international contexts. They will study the origins of nationalism and the influence of nationalism on regional, international and global relations. The infusion of multiple perspectives will allow students to develop understandings of nationalism and how nationalism contributes to the citizenship and identities of peoples in Canada. Students will be required to incorporate various skill sets from Social Studies 10 through to Social Studies 30 that incorporate critical and creative thinking, historical thinking, geographic thinking, decision making and problem solving.  Students will also be required to demonstrate skills of how to participate in social and democratic practice through cooperation, conflict resolution and consensus building.  In exploring the major issues of nationalism students will be required to demonstrate and apply the research process to their inquiries along with communicating their ideas through oral, visual, media and textual literacy.

       The key issue that will be explored throughout the semester is:  Should we embrace nationalism? This issue is broken down into four related issues, which will be the four units of the year. They are:

Unit One: Should nation be the foundation of identity? Students will examine the relationships among nationalism, nation, and identity.

 

Unit Two: Should national interests be pursued? Students will examine how nations have pursed their national interests through history (WWI, WWII, and acts of genocide.

 

Unit Three: Should internationalism be pursued? Students will examine internationalism and contemporary global affairs.

 

Unit Four: To what extent national interest be pursued? Students will explore the Canadian national identity..


English 20 blended is a course that covers the -1 and -2 curriculum  Through the study o genres, students will interact with texts (written, oral, visual, media and interactive). Students will interpret and analyze text to determine meaning. Students will respond personally and develop skills to demonstrate learning in a variety of communicative methods.


The course is located at english20blendedvirtual.weebly.com.  Assignments will be submitted through google drive


Instructor: Karen Krammer

Have you ever wondered about mental illnesses and how it affects those who suffer from it? In Abnormal Psychology 35, you’ll get an overview of abnormal behaviour and mental conditions that afflict individuals in Canadian society. Learn about views of abnormality, causal factors, and types of disorders, as well as assessment, prevention, and treatment. With successful completion, you’ll gain a basic understanding of the major concepts in abnormal psychology and the complicated nature of psychological illness.