Palliser Beyond Borders can help during the pandemic. We offer home based learning and home education. Read more.

July 24, 2020 - In response to return to school plans for September 2020, Parents who are looking for home based learning have these choices available from Palliser Beyond Borders:

Home Education 1-12 (parent directed with parent as primary educator) - no fees - Registration before September 30 to ensure $850 parent funding per child. No caps on registration. 

Home based online high school - all courses available with asynchronous and synchronous instruction - teacher instructed by Palliser teacher - fees per course - continuous enrollment and completions all year. no caps on registration.

If enough interest: Home based grades 1-9 online  - daily synchronous, cohort based,  project based, cross curricular Palliser teacher instruction across the 4 core subject areas (following the Alberta Program of Studies) in a delivery called Live Online. (Language arts/ social studies and math /science) in cohorts, 1-3, 4-6, 7-9. Asynchronous instruction is part of this model as well, to help reduce the in front of a computer time.  Please complete the inquiry form and express interest. Palliser will determine if we can run such a program based on parent interest and will advise parents after August 26. 

Registration for online interest will close on Friday, September 4 @ 5:00 p.m.  To express interest in any of these programs please complete our Palliser Beyond Borders  Student Request & Inquiry Form and submit back to us. Please rest assured we will reply to your requests. We do not run caps on any of our programs so you will not be turned away if we can meet your needs. 

If you are anxious about declaring your intentions before September 1, you can submit a registration for Palliser via Palliser's website under quicklinks for parents. Choose 2020-2021 New Student Registration form.

Alison Hancox, Principal

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About our Leadership Award Recipient: She surrounds herself with others that make her the best version of herself and holds others to high standards. She has been a strong leader in many roles throughout her high school career and most notably was presenting on Palliser's behalf at The National Congress on Rural Education in Saskatoon wtih three others. I am sad we say good-bye to her this year, but am excited to see how she continues to have an impact on others.

Mrs. Porath, Teacher

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