Please note this calendar indicates start dates only. For a more detailed description of event dates click here to view to our spreadsheet.

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2022-2023 Virtual Book Club STEAM Buddies Gr. 1-3
Come join us this fall for STEAM Buddies Book Club!

Pippa Davies (teacher librarian), will be focusing the content on grade 2/3 standards. Curriculum competencies addressed are biodiversity in the environment and knowledge of First Peoples of ecosystems. Students will also cover ADST and some Language arts standards including metacognitive strategies of reading, features of oral language and elements of a story, genre and some literary elements and devices in poetry. We will also examine the Question Formulation technique and learn the difference between open and closed questions. Finally, students will learn how to use Pebble Go as a research tool.
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Virtual Intro to Shakespeare 2022-2023
Come and enjoy Shakespeare with us this year, in these monthly classes!

Each month students will be introduced to a new Shakespeare story and discuss the characters, plot and some elements of Shakepeare’s language. Themes, acting and Shakespeare’s life will be discussed. Students will be encouraged to read adapted/story versions of the works independently or to watch adaptations or movies with their families after the introduction. This will not be an in-depth study of any one play, but more an introduction to Shakespeare and his works.

Plays covered will be:
-A Midsummer’s Night Dream
-Twelfth Night
-Romeo and Juliet
-MacBeth
-Henry IV
-As you Like it
-Henry V
-Hamlet
-Tempest


*Books/audio/video will need to be purchased or borrowed, they will not be supplied in this course.
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Chilliwack Woodworking Fall
Let’s start the new school year off with a one-day woodworking workshop!

Pick a day and come join us at the Slingerland Garage. All materials and supplies are included. Adults wanting to participate are encouraged to sign up as well, within the application.

Options to choose from:

Hand tools (grade 5 & up):
-candle holder
-geo board
-nail and string art

Power tools (grade 7 & up):
-triple candle holder
-gumball machine
-picture frame

*Other projects are available upon request.

**We will need 1 adult (with current CRC clearance) on site per session, in case of emergency. This could be an EA who will already be attending, an adult who signs up to participate, or a parent just wanting to stay on site for the day. If you are interested, please let us know in the volunteer question within the application.
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2022-2023 Virtual Book Club Gr. 7-9
If you are in grades 7-9, come join Mrs. McLeod for an exciting time of reading and connecting!

The novels, along with various activities like literature circles, blogging, vlogging on flipgrid on the topics of plot development, literary terms, and themes, will address some competencies of the grades 7-9 Language Arts program.

We will start on September 22nd with an introductory meeting for parents and students where Mrs. McLeod will share all the details for this year-long book club as well as provide an introduction to the various programs like Kahoot, Flipgrid, and our blog.

No prior reading is required for the first meeting. Students will spend 3-6 weeks on the novels dependent on page number and content. Discussions will be in the form of literature circles with specific roles such as discussion director, researcher, literary illuminator, and word wizard assigned to each student. Roles will alternate on a weekly basis.

Families will be responsible to forward work done to their support teacher for assessment and inclusion in/for their ongoing portfolio. There will be no teacher assessment provided other than oral feedback during class time. Comments will be made to posts in the book club blog, and support teachers can have access to the blog to see their student’s contributions.


Novels for the 22/23 Book Club:* Parents, please review novel choices prior to signing up to ensure the content addressed is a good fit for your child.

Hatchet, by Gary Paulsen
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel.

Refugee, by Alan Gratz
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel:

I Will Always Write Back: How One Letter Changed Two Lives, by Caitlin Alifirenka, Martin Ganda, Liz Welch
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel:

The Door Within, by Wayne Thomas Batson
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel:


Contact: aprilmcleod@onlineschool.ca for questions
2022-2023 CC+ Sumas
Fall Term: Sept. 20, 27, Oct. 4,11,18, 25, Nov.1, 8, 15, 22, 29, Dec.6
Winter Term: Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7, 14, 21, *, March 7, 14
Spring Term: April 4, 11, 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16, *, 30, June 6

At Community Connections, classes are taught by experienced teachers who seek to support and affirm home education. At CC+ Sumas we offer grades 2-7. We will focus on Social Studies, Science and PE, but there is a possibility that Art or ADST will be offered as well. Final grade level combinations will be communicated to families once we know the number of students. Activities will be aimed at the different grade levels within each class, and assessments will be at each student’s grade level. The teachers at CC+ Sumas will be Janessa O’Byrne, Shivonne Gerhardt, and Jonathan Zuidhof.

2022-2023 CC+ Abbotsford
Fall Term: Sept. 20, 27, Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25, Nov.1, 8, 15, 22, 29, Dec.6
Winter Term: Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7, 14, 21, *, March 7, 14
Spring Term: April 4, 11, 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16, *, 30, June 6

At Community Connections, classes are taught by experienced teachers who seek to support and affirm home education. In Abbotsford we are offering eight classes including Gr. K/1, 2/3, 4/5, 6/7, 7/8, 8/9, 10/11 and grade 12 with our focus on the competencies in the even grades this year. In Grades K-9 the competencies and content for Social Studies, Science and PE will be addressed through a combination of class work and take home assignments. Grades K-5 students will also participate in an arts education program. The Humanities 10/11 class will meet competencies in English, Christian Studies and Social Studies. In grade 12 students will meet competencies in English 12 (required for graduation) and also History 12 and Christian Studies 12, for a total of 12 credits toward graduation.

We aim to create an atmosphere of collaboration, inquiry and creativity while having fun and honouring God. Our teachers are: Lorinda Lichty (K/1), Lisa Hackett (2/3), Amy Chan-Kin (4/5), Maggie Tipton (Art and PE), Devyn Schneebeli (6/7), Darlene Unger (7/8, 8/9 Science), Sara Battle (7/8, 8/9 SS), Isaiah Groom (10/11), and Melanie Visscher (12).
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2022-2023 Virtual Book Club Gr. 10-12
If you are in grades 10-12, come join Mrs. McLeod for an exciting time of reading and connecting over amazing books!

The novels, along with various activities like literature circles, blogging, vlogging on flipgrod on the topics of plot development, literary terms, and themes, addressing some competencies of English Grad courses with the agreement of the Grad teacher of online courses.

We will start on September 21st at 11:00am, with an introductory meeting for parents and students where Mrs. McLeod will share all the details for this year-long book club as well as provide an introduction to the various programs like Kahoot, Flipgrid, and our blog. No prior reading is required for the first meeting. Meetings will be in the form of literature circles with specific roles such as discussion director, researcher, literary illuminator, and word wizard assigned to each student. Roles will alternate on a weekly basis.

Students are encouraged to ask their English teacher how they can best share their learning with them to have credit within any English course. Families will be responsible to forward work done to their support teacher for assessment and inclusion in/for their ongoing portfolio. There will be no formal assessment provided.

Novels for the 22/23 Book Club: *Parents, please review book choices to ensure the content is a good fit for your student*

Indian Horse, by Richard Wagamese
Disclaimer: This novel deals with challenges that students in Residential Schools faced, and may be graphic in its depiction in some sections. Reading serious novels in a safe place provides students the opportunity to engage in discussions about historic, horrible circumstances. To have empathy we need to identify with those who are in pain and perspectives on First Nation’s peoples and the lives they now live can be forever been changed for the good due to engaging in content such as this novel. Grad English teachers were consulted for the selection of this book, and agree that it is an excellent choice for all Grad students. (If a student does not want to participate in this novel due to triggering topics, that is possible by letting me know at the beginning of the year, so they are not included in the role schedules.) Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel:

The Screwtape Letters, by C.S. Lewis
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel.

Pick a Novel – You Choose Which One You Want to Read

To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel .

Animal Farm, by George Orwell
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel.

Lord of the Flies, by William Golding
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, by William Shakespeare
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel.

Optional End of Year Novel:
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, by J.K. Rowling
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel (this novel is not a requirement of the Book Club, but can be taken part in if desired).

The novels, along with various activities like literature circles with role assignments, blogging, various topics like plot development, literary terms, and themes with posts on our blog, and even some vlogging with Flipgrid, will address some competencies of English Grad courses with the agreement of the Grad teacher of online courses.

*There will be no teacher assessment provided other than oral feedback during class time. Comments will be made to posts in the book club blog, and support teachers can have access to the blog to see their student’s contributions.


Contact: aprilmcleod@onlineschool.ca for questions

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2022-2023 Virtual Literature Circle: Classic books
Come and enjoy classic literature with us this year, in these monthly classes!

Students will read on their own, with their families, or listen to the audiobook.

We will be reading the following books (one a month):
-Black Beauty
-The Call of the Wild
-Lost in the Barrens
-The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
-The Black Stallion
-A Christmas Carol
-The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
-The Three Musketeers
-20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

Students will be book detectives and learn to identify the protagonists, antagonists, conflict and main theme. Each month students will have a role and will prepare a presentation to share with other students, for example: author information, character description, connection to scripture, etc. More details on roles will be provided once students are registered.

*Books will need to be purchased or borrowed, they will not be supplied in this course.
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2022-2023 Nanaimo Science: Our Microscopic World
Join us for a fun-filled hour with Nanaimo Science!

During this program, students will explore their environment on a microscopic level. Aquatic samples will be collected using nets and digital microscopes will be used to inspect features and identify invertebrates with our ID sheets. This is a wonderful opportunity to explore the smallest parts of creation in a hands-on way!

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2022-2023 Virtual Book Club Gr. 4-6
DUE TO OVERWHELMING RESPONSE, WE ARE NOW ADDING A 2ND SESSION!

If you are in grades 4-6, come join Mrs. McLeod for an exciting time of reading and connecting over amazing books!

The novels, along with various activities like literature circles, blogging, vlogging on flipgrid on the topics of plot development, literary terms, and themes, will address some competencies of the grades 4-6 Language Arts program.

We will start on September 22nd with an introductory meeting for parents and students where Mrs. McLeod will share all the details for this year-long book club as well as provide an introduction to the various programs like Kahoot, Flipgrid, and our blog.

No prior reading is required for the first meeting. Students will spend 3-6 weeks on the novels dependent on page number and content. Discussions will be in the form of literature circles with specific roles such as discussion director, researcher, literary illuminator, and word wizard assigned to each student. Roles will alternate on a weekly basis.

Families will be responsible to forward work done to their support teacher for assessment and inclusion in/for their ongoing portfolio. There will be no teacher assessment provided other than oral feedback during class time. Comments will be made to posts in the book club blog, and support teachers can have access to the blog to see their student’s contributions.


Novels for the 22/23 Book Club: *Parents, please review novel choices prior to signing up to ensure the content addressed is a good fit for your child.

Number of the Stars, by Lois Lowry
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel.

The Ogress and the Orphans, by Kelly Barnhill
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel.

DragonSpell, by Donita K. Paul
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel.

Pick a Novel – You Choose Which One You Want to Read

The Keeper of the Lost Cities, by Shannon Messenger
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel.

Unwanteds #1, by Lisa McMann
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel.

The Roman, the Twelve, and the King, by Jenny L. Cote
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel.

Enigma, by Eric Walters
Click the link to see a description and reviews of this novel.


Contact: aprilmcleod@onlineschool.ca for questions
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2022-2023 CC+ Abbotsford Science
Fall Term: Sep. 23, *, Oct. 7, 14, 21, 28, Nov. 4, *, 18, 25, Dec.2
Winter Term: Jan. 13, 20, 27, Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24, March 3, 10, 17
Spring Term: April 14, 21, * May 5, 12

Come join us for a course that will focus on hands-on activities and experiments as we explore the Science 10 curriculum. We will delve into genetics, chemistry (with a special focus on acid-base reactions), energy transformations, and the Theory of Evolution. The course content will be enhanced by robust in-class discussions, informative stations labs, and engaging group activities. We will meet for 23 face-to-face sessions at Northview Community Church with Science expert teacher Darlene Unger to work through this required, challenging course in a collaborative and supportive setting!

Please Note:HCOS students not already participating in a 22/23 CC/ longer term event will be given priority, with remaining seats open to those in the waiting pool. Exceptions may be granted on a case by case basis in consideration of those significantly involved in the CC/ event, and factors such as the scope/extent of the offering involved, and the availability of seats.
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2022-2023 Virtual Science 10: Chemistry
This Learning Camp is for Grade 10 students who would like a boost to their studies in the Chemistry unit of Science 10.

This course follows the dates and topics of the online synchronous course. The format of this camp is a lecture style lesson on Mondays, with a smaller group tutorial time offered at different days of the week/times. During application you will be required to select your tutorial time and it will be the same day/time for the entire learning camp.

The schedule of topics and lecture dates is as follows:

September 26: Atomic Theory Review & Ionic and Covalent compounds
October 3: Balancing Equations
October 10: Chemical Reactions & Lab Assistance (Lecture pre-recorded due to Thanksgiving)
October 17: Review & Quiz Preparation
October 24: Acids & Bases
October 31: Chemical Energentics & Lab Assistance
November 7: Review & Quiz Preparation
November 14: Chemical Energentics & Nuclear Fission & Fusion​
November 21: Nuclear Fission & Fusion & Unit Review
November 28: Unit Review (students write test this week)

Session Dates:

Lecture: Mondays (Sept 26; Oct 3,10, 17, 24, 31; Nov 7, 14, 21, 28)
Time: 10:00-11:00am PST (All Students)

Then choose one Tutorial Time (PST):

Tutorial 1: Tuesdays (Sept. 27; Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25; Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29)
Time: 9:30 – 10:30am

Tutorial 2: Wednesdays (Sept. 28; Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26; Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30)
Time: 1:00 – 2:00pm
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2022-2023 Virtual San Diego Safari Park – Elephant Experience
Enjoy a virtual visit to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park with a San Diego Zoo Safari Park wildlife expert!

Using elephants as a case study, students will be able to discuss how different structural and behavioural adaptations help animals survive and thrive in their specific habitat. Includes a 45-minute lesson with 10-15 minutes in park animal experience.

*For more information, please check out the Safari Park website
2022-2023 CC Victoria
Fall Term: Sept 27, Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25, Nov. 1, 8, 15
Winter Term: Jan. 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7, 14, 21, *, March 7, 14
Spring Term: April 4, 11, 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16, 23

CC Victoria engages K-9 students with Art, Science, Novel study, Poetry, communication skills, and Gr. 5-9 French (formerly Victoria Enrichment).
2022-2023 CC Vernon
Fall: Sept. 27, Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25, Nov.1, 8, 15, 22, 29, Dec.6
Winter: Jan. 24, 31, Feb. 7, 14, 21, *, March 7, 14
Spring: April 4, 11, 18, 25

CC Vernon is a wonderful community of learning for students in Grade 1 – Grade 9. Our sessions are held once a week at Grace Bible Church, for 22 Tuesdays throughout the year from 9:30am-1:30pm.

All classes will have an interdisciplinary approach which will integrate Writing skills, Arts Education and Bible. Specific classes will also touch on competencies from subjects listed below:
Grade 1: Science & Language Arts
Grade 2/3: Science & Language Arts
Grade 4/5: Science & Paragraph Writing
Grade 6/7: Science & Essay Writing
Grade 8/9: Social Studies & Language Arts

To help students maintain physical activity, we will have an extended lunch each day and students will be provided with a variety of PE equipment to enjoy.
2022-2023 CC+ Kelowna Thrive
Fall Term: Sept. 27, Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25, Nov.1, 8, 15, 22, 29, Dec.6
Winter Term: Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7, 14, 21, *, March 7, 14
Spring Term: April 4, 11, 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, June 6

Welcome to Kelowna Thrive Community Connections! Join us for a year of hands-on, Christ-centered learning in the areas of Science, Social Studies, and more. We are excited to offer this opportunity for learning together. Grounded in a biblical world view, we will focus on Science and Socials Studies as our core subjects plus each class will also include either Arts, Career Education, or PHE. Come join us as we learn together!
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2022-2023 Virtual All About Money – Bank of Canada Museum
Get your students talking about money with this lively and interactive virtual classroom presentation!

Money has been used throughout history as an important means of exchange, that is, a way to buy and sell goods and services. The money we use today relies on us all believing in its value.

Students will:
-Learn the definition of money and the five common characteristics of money.
-Reflect on the form money takes and discover some current and past forms.
-Explore Canada’s current bank notes and coins, getting to know their values and symbolism.
-Grades 4–6: Identify the security features of a Canadian bank note.

Curriculum links: Social studies historical use of money in civilization, money used throughout Canadian history, symbolism that represents Canada financial literacy—understanding money’s impact on society, building a healthy relationship with finances and money.

*Check out all the learning resources here:
https://www.bankofcanadamuseum.ca/2021/05/all-about-money/
https://www.bankofcanadamuseum.ca/learn/

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2022-2023 Cranbrook HCOS PE
Come join us once a week for some fun physical activity!

We will be meeting Wednesdays for 1 hour to get active and increase your skills in sports like Basketball, Soccer, and badminton. Sports will vary throughout the year. Sessions will begin by meeting outdoors, and will move inside when the weather turns later in the fall, through the winters, and back outside in the Spring.

Sessions are geared towards students in K-Gr. 6, and all students in that age range must sign up within the application to attend.

*If older siblings (Gr. 7+) would like to participate, please email the coordinator about having them join as volunteer helpers.

*This is NOT a drop-off event. Parents are responsible for the care and supervision of their child(ren) at all times.

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2022-2023 Virtual Poetry Circle
Come and enjoy poetry with us this year, in these monthly classes!

We will meet once a month to discuss/read and share poems.

Each month we’ll talk about a different poetic device including: -rhyme -metaphor -simile -alliteration and onomatopoeia -forms of poems -shape poems -imagery -juxtaposition -personification -symbolism.

Students will be encouraged to practice writing poetry on their own and sharing them with the group the following month.

*A copy of “Love that Dog,” will be recommended as a companion reader and must be purchased or borrowed, as books are not supplied in this course.
2022-2023 CC+ Kelowna Wisdom
Fall Term: Sept 28, Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26, Nov.2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Dec.7
Winter Term: Jan. 11, 18, 15, Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22, March *, 8, 15
Spring Term: April 5, 12, 19, 26, May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, June 7

Welcome to Kelowna Wisdom Community Connections! Join us for a year of hands-on, Christ-centered learning in the areas of Science, Social Studies, and more. We are excited to offer this opportunity for learning together. Grounded in a biblical world view, we will focus on Science and Socials Studies as our core subjects plus each class will also include either Arts, Career Education, or PHE. Come join us as we learn together!

We are offering classes at the Grade 10 level too: Science 10, Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10, and Career Life Education which fully meet the requirements for students to get these grad credits through the weekly teaching and support of Leanne Kemila.
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2022-2023 Vancouver Beaty Biodiversity Museum Tour
Learn something new at the Beaty Museum!

Our interpreters will take you on a guided tour of the collections, focusing on a topic of their choice. Expect a wide variety of stories that may include museum history, ecology, local diversity, biodiversity basics, and UBC Biodiversity Research.

After a walk and talk in the collection, your group will spend some time getting hands-on with real museum specimens in the Discovery Lab. All grades welcome.

*For more information on the Beaty Biodiversity Museum, please check out their website.

*Note: this session will be conducted by a secular institution and may mention mainstream theories on evolution may be presented on this topic.

**This is not a drop-off event. Parents are responsible for the are and supervision of their child(ren) at all times and must sign-up and pay within the application.

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2022-2023 Myra Canyon Bike Tour Gr. 4-7
Experience the magnificence of the Myra Canyon – complete with eighteen trestle bridges and two tunnels!

Learn about the section between Myra Station and Ruth Station. Cycle the trail with a guide on rental bikes ideal for the trail. This adventure meets a number of curricular competencies in Social Studies and Physical and Health Education.

Included in this Learning Camp:
-A trip and post-camp worksheet
-Busing to Myra Canyon from KCC and return.

*Bikes will be rented from the Myra Canyon Bicycle Rental Company (bikes must be rented, as they cannot be brought on the bus and must be trail worthy).

*Please check out the waiver in your confirmation email.

More Details: Bus Leaving KCC at 8:10 am. The ride runs from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm. Bring a lunch and eat after the ride. Return to KCC at 2:15 pm. Grades 4 to 7 (must be a competent biker).
2022-2023 CC+ Chilliwack (Gr. 10-11)
Fall Term: Sept.29, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, Nov.3, 10, 17, 24, Dec. 1, 8
Winter Term: Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23,*, March 9, 16
Spring Term: April 6, 13, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, May 25, June 1

Experienced HCOS teacher Kevin Krikke will teach this course and aims to create an atmosphere of collaboration, inquiry, and creativity while having fun and honouring God. Students will receive credit for: Explorations in Social Studies 10 (4 credits), Literature Studies 10 (2 credits) & Composition 10 (2 credits) OR Literary Studies 11 (4 credits), and two Christian Studies 10 courses (2 credits each). Students in grade 11 will receive Social Studies 10 credit and will need to complete Socials 11 later (unless they took Humanities at CC the previous year, in which case they will have completed grade 11 Socials). Mr. Krikke will deliver all aspects of the course and assign grades to the students.

Note: there will be two more in-class Thursday sessions than the K-9 classes each term.
2022-2023 CC+ Prince George
Fall Term: Sept 29, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, Dec. 1, 8
Winter Term: Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23, *, Mar. 9, 16
Spring Term: Apr. 6, 13, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, 25, June 1

In 2022-2023, our Prince George CC will be taught by the HCOS teachers, Lisa Franco, Kristin Schlamp and Matthew Dorie. We will cover the Kindergarten to Gr. 6 SS, Science and Art Curricular Competencies (choice of Content Topics will be selected based on final class compositions). Integrated Art activities as well as instruction will be given for a variety of art techniques and use of materials to create images and express personal feelings and ideas. We will also include STEM and project-based learning activities for collaboration and problem solving. We will begin our weekly sessions with a circle time activity, including songs, prayer time and scripture. Students will have a 30-minute lunch break to eat together and participate in group games.
2022-2023 CC Chilliwack K-9
Fall Term: Sept.29, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, Nov.3, 10, 17, 24 (HUM Dec. 1, 8)
Winter Term: Jan. 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23, *, March 9 (HUM Jan. 5, Mar. 16)
Spring Term: April 6, 13, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18 (HUM May 25, June 1)

Welcome to Chilliwack Community Connections! We aim to create an atmosphere of collaboration, inquiry, and creativity while having fun and honouring God. We are offering split-grade, full-day classes for Grades K – 9. Grades K-5 classes will explore Social Studies, Science, PE, and Art. The grade 6-9 classes will explore Social Studies, PE, Science, and Applied Design, Skills and Technologies (ADST). The focus this year will be the content areas of the odd grades while working on both grades’ curricular competencies.

2022-2023 CC+ Penticton
Fall Term: Sept.29, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, Nov.3, 10, 17, 24, Dec.1, 8
Winter Term: Jan. 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23, March *, 9, 16
Spring Term: April 6, 13, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, 25, June 1, 8

Join us for a year of hands-on, Christ-centered learning in the areas of Science, Social Studies, and Physical/Health Education! As a CC Plus, we will cover and report on the curriculum for the above subject areas; all of the competencies for each grade will be covered, using the content from one selected grade for each class. The K/1 class will focus on Kindergarten content; the 2/3 class will focus on grade 2 content; and the 4-6 class will focus on grade 5 content this year. We would love for your children to be a part of this engaging and encouraging community of learners.
2022-2023 CC+ Langley
Fall: Sept.29, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, Nov.3, 10, 17, 24, Dec.1, 8, 2022
Winter: Jan. 12, 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23, March *, 9, 16, 2023
Spring: April 6, 13, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, 25, June 1, 8, 2023

Our aim at Community Connections is to create a Christian, community based, and connected learning environment. Through a Christ-centred lens, students make connections to God’s unique purpose while meeting course requirements for their subjects through creative, inquiry based learning in the classroom and take-home projects.

We are offering K-9 classes in the following subjects, covering content/topics from the even grades (ie. K, 2, 4, 6, 8) Gr. K-9: Science, Socials, Art or ADST.
The Humanities 10/11 class will meet competencies in English, Christian Studies and Social Studies.
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