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Many courses of study include the cultural make-up of these groups. At this time, three alternate facilities based on religious or cultural beliefs are available, and an equal number offering French Immersion classes. The district has an emphasis on outdoor education boasting a world-class climbing wall, “the envy of the north”. Class field trips in the district are encouraged to learn various skills: “hunting for dinosaur fossils in Tumbler Ridge”, “chainsaw carving in Chetwynd”, or visiting the famous city of Dawson Creek which has a long history in the performing arts since the days of the North American Gold Rush.

Community support of all facets of education is high. Many students complete their education at Northern Lights College which has five campuses, one being in Fort St John and three access centres covering the vast area of the Peace River District. The college is a stepping stone offering further study towards university, or skills and occupational training.

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SchoolTutoring Academy’s tutoring programs for Fort St. John students start with a free academic assessment with an Academic Director. Our flagship tutoring programs are available for $199.99/month which include regular one-on-one tutoring, academic mentorship, bi-monthly progress reports, learning profiles, and parental conference calls.

Fort St. John District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs

Fort St. John operates under the leadership of the School District 60 Peace River North, one of the largest in the province. They have a published aim “That all students will graduate”, and a Dream Motto:” Together We Learn” which obviously encompasses all youngsters in the area. There are eight public schools in the city and one high school, all following the standard curriculum of the B.C Provincial Department of Education. In the District there is access to ten other public schools serving from Kindergartent through to graduation. The First Nations Students make up 25% of the population and two Hutterite communities add to the diversity

We currently cover the following Fort St. John-area school district: School District 60 Peace River North.

Keeping Informed: Recent Fort St. John Educational News

  • Wireless Writing Program - The Wireless Writing Program was piloted and implemented with over 1,000 student in the district to increase achievement, motivation and students ability to search for information. By providing technology tools with which to read and write, learning was found to be more authentic and lasting.
  • Careers & AVID - For students in high school, the district offers a variety of programs and resources to help students plan for the college or career goals they have set for themselves. AVID, or Advancement Via Individual Determination, is a program for college-bound students who want to develop strong study skills that will help them in college.
  • Project Heavy Duty - For students who are interesting in a career in building, construction, or an artisanal trade, Project Heavy Duty offers courses geared to prepare students to achieve their goals. Students also work together on projects in the community to put their learning to use.

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Chalk Talk: The Uses of Cricut Machines

Elementary teachers love to cut shapes out of paper to pin on their bulletin boards, put words on and display on their word walls, and have children write on to make their work more visually appealing. However, how time consuming would it be to cut out those 100 paper leaves for autumn with just two hands and a pair of scissors? Fortunately, there are a couple of tools that can make this process easier. One such tool is a Cricut (pronounced cricket) machine. This machine is more advanced than the Ellison die-cutter, as it allows users to cut out shapes digitally. On the Cricut, users can customize the size of the shape, how many they would like printed out, and the thickness of paper that is used. All of this information is entered on the digital screen, and users do not have to do any more work than inserting cartridges and paper and pressing a few buttons. There are hundreds of cartridges for the Cricuit, and each one contains various designs—typically within a specific theme.


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