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January 28: TLDSB wants parent feedback on future planning, says octomesters working well
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Lindsay Advocate (Lindsay, Ontario), 28 Jan 2021
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January 28: TLDSB wants parent feedback on future planning, says octomesters working well


At a recent TLDSB board meeting, Director of Education Wes Hahn said that the board would soon be looking for feedback from as many stakeholders as possible to determine the next five-year plan. The report from the director also stated that the octomester system worked well with a solid credit accumulation count. There was increased enrollment in physical schooling for elementary students and slight shift in an increase to learn-at-home with secondary students. There was a significant increase in homeschooled students, moving from around 250 to over 400.