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CLC SCHOOL PLAN FOR 2016/2017
Cloverdale Learning Centre (CLC) is a small secondary school that provides supportive educational opportunities for students. There are approximately 150 students that attend the centre, typically between the ages of 15 through 19. The student population consists of students with a range of abilities and talents. The centre features flexible hours, small group instruction and allows students to work at their own pace. Individual learners may participate in demanding extra-curricular activities and/or be employed while attending school. Dogwood graduation and Adult Dogwood graduation programs are offered, along with opportunities for work experience (paid and unpaid). Further, there are also trades programs and other training programs that provide students with certificates such as World Host, Standard First Aid, CPR, and Foodsafe to name a few.
Mission Statement: SUCCESS IS THE ONLY OPTION
How does the teaching of healthy lifestyles impact student well-being and achievement?
Research suggests that more than ever, healthy lifestyles need to be fostered. Healthy lifestyles maximize a persons' well-being and achievement. As such, we want our students to be educated and aware of the consequences of their choices so that they can maintain lifelong health and perform and achieve in order to reach their hopes, dreams and goals. Educating students on the importance of sleep, healthy eating, exercise, healthy relationships as well as stress management and mental health impacts academic achievement amongst teens.
Spirals of Inquiry – Judy Halbert & Linda Kaiser
Who Owns the Learning – Alan November
Improving Schools – Ronald Dahl
Rethinking Letter Grades – Caren Cameron & Kathleen Gregory