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District Curriculum:

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Goals and Rationale:

The modern workforce and post-secondary institutions are increasingly demanding leadership skill development and broad personal experiences. The result is the need to have structured leadership courses beyond clubs and extracurricular. Traditionally, schools have relied on school clubs to provide student leadership but there is a need for a curricular based course that allows students to explore, develop, and apply leadership skills within the school, community and world. This program will allow students to put into practice what they learn in class, in school clubs and teams, while improving school culture and climate; the extended community, neighborhood involvement and engagement.

Personal and interpersonal skill development will include recognition of leadership styles, communication, interacting in group work, event planning and implementation, time management and organization, public speaking, and personal and social responsibility. There will be a variety of opportunities provided to leadership students to practice and enhance these skills. Leadership will require a great deal of self-reflection and planning; therefore, there will be ample opportunities for multi-disciplinary inquiry throughout the course.

Leadership is a comprehensive undertaking of all the core competencies. Communication, creative and critical thinking, personal and social connection, and cultural identity are all explored within each level of leadership curriculum which is rooted in the service of others. Learning to connect to their community and school through acts of service helps to develop empathy and citizenship.

Ecole Salish Secondary offers the following leadership courses:

Community Leadership:

Leadership 10, Leadership 11 and Leadership 12

These courses are designed to give students the opportunity to develop personal responsibility and individual leadership skills.  Emphasis will be placed on having students explore, develop, and apply leadership skills within the school, community and world.  Planning and running service projects, school activities, and supporting the larger school community are essential and often focus is chosen by the students in the course that year.

 

Personal skill development will include recognition of leadership styles, communication, interacting in group work, event planning and implementation, time management and organization, public speaking, and personal and social responsibility. There will be a variety of opportunities provided to leadership students to practice and enhance these skills. Leadership will require a great deal of self-reflection and planning.

Leadership Application 2021-2022 Fillable.pdf  Fill it in the application form and send it to your reference teacher


Athletic Leadership:

Grades 10-11

These courses are designed to give students the opportunity to develop personal responsibility, individual & group leadership skills.  Emphasis will be placed on having students explore, develop, and apply leadership skills within the school, community and world.  Planning and running Salish athletic based sporting events, school activities, and supporting the larger school community are essential.

Personal skill development will include recognition of leadership styles, communication, interacting in group work, event planning and implementation, time management and organization, public speaking, and personal and social responsibility.  There will be a variety of opportunities provided for leadership students to practice and enhance these skills.  Athletic Leadership will require a great deal of personal responsibility & motivation, planning and self-reflection.


Students interested in taking any of these courses need to fill out an application.

See Ms. Young for those applications.

Michelle Young:  young_michelle@surreyschools.ca

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Allendelapaz_a@surreyschools.caTeacher, REC Leadership
  
Michelleyoung_michelle@surreyschools.caTeacher/Department Head
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