Ontario Community Newspapers
January 28: TLDSB wants parent feedback on future planning, says octomesters working well
Publication
Lindsay Advocate (Lindsay, Ontario), 28 Jan 2021
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Description
Creator
Winter, Kirk, Reporter
Media Type
Text
Newspaper
Item Type
Articles
Description
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.
Publisher
Roderick Benns
Place of Publication
Lindsay, ON
Date of Original
28 Jan 2021
Date Of Event
28 Jan 2021
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Hahn, Wesley, director ; Byrne, John ; Reain, Bruce
Language of Item
English
Copyright Statement
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Contact
Kawartha Lakes Public Library
Email:lindsaylibrary@kawarthalakeslibrary.ca
Website:
Agency street/mail address:
190 Kent St W.
Lindsay, ON K9V 2Y6
(705) 324-9411 extension 1268
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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.