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Attendance Policy

Students who are registered with one of our Palliser Outreaches which fall under the umbrella of Palliser Beyond Borders are required to follow our attendance policy:

  • Students will require and intake meeting and the establishment of a personalized learning plan. 
  • Students who are full time and identified as requiring mandatory full time attendance (by probation or Learner Benefits order) will attend onsite at one of our campuses 8:30 - 3:30. 
    • As required by community agencies we will report attendance to ensure our accountability.
    • Students will require medical notes for medical absences.
    • Unexcused absences will be reported.
    • Unexcused absences from the Outreaches can affect your benefits or status with probation.
    • Students who require permission to be absent must communicate to the Outreach teacher. Absences may need to be approved by our community agencies. 
    • Full time students are required to complete 15 credits per 20 weeks of benefit period. Failure to meet this requirement will affect level of benefits received.
  • Students are required to attend to learning, which means:
    • Attend onsite to access onsite instruction as outlined in your timetable
    • If you are enrolled in an online course you are still required to attend onsite and complete your studies in your Moodle course and attend the live instruction as timetabled for your course.
    • Attend off campus RAP, Work experience, Career Internship as timetabled with your Outreach teacher

 

  • For students who are not attending to learning we will follow AP 330 as outlined by Palliser Regional Schools

About Vulcan Community Health Care Mentorship Program: Students were mentored by doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, health care aides, lab technicians as well as dental assistants and dentists. Throughout the Mentorship Program, students completed a culminating activity that explored the fields they are interested in and what they may need to get there. Each project is as unique as the ladies who created it. The entire experience began with the students exploring what they wanted to gain knowledge about. They created their driving questions. Why did they want this? What could they learn from their mentor? Their projects continually evolved as they dove deeper and their curiosity created new driving questions.

Mrs. Porath, Teacher

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