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Peace Wapiti Public School Division
Educating today for success tomorrow
Peace Wapiti Public School Division No. 76
Curriculum and Instruction

 

Alternative Education/Home Schooling

Community Liaison Workers

Dual Credit Strategy

Early Childhood Services

Educational Technology

First Nations, Métis & Inuit (FNMI) Program

Information Technology

Online School Program

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Alternative Education Program (AEP)

The AEP is available to high school students who are out working and require an alternate program to continue towards the completion of a High School Diploma. Courses are available online through Peace Academy of Virtual Education (PAVE) or by correspondence from the Alberta Distance Learning Centre (ADLC). Provision can be made to supervise work experience sites or to support for students preparing for their GED exams. Students must be under 20 years of age as of Sept. 1 of the year in which they wish to enroll. The program operates in each of the seven high schools. For information, contact Maxine Bozarth at Central Office, (780) 532-8133.

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Community School Liaison Workers (CSLWs)

The CSLWs provide information and support to families whose children are experiencing difficulties at home or at school; to cooperate with school staff and community agencies to prevent the breakdown of family-child-school relationships. Referral forms and further information are available at the school and may come from the school, family or individual. If you reside in the County of Grande Prairie, contact a liaison worker by telephoning the County of Grande Prairie Office at (780) 532-9727. If you reside outside of the County of Grande Prairie and attend a Peace Wapiti Public School, please call Kaili Chernucka at (780) 532 6390.

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Early Childhood Services (ECS)

ECS or Kindergarten programs are offered by most elementary schools in the district. Kindergarten programs run 475 hours according to provincial guidelines, while playschool hours vary from site-to-site. Program Unit Funding (PUF) is available for 3-year-olds who have severe delays. Programming may also be available for 4-year-olds who have a mild/moderate delay. For more information, contact Heather Putio or Karen Chrenek.

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Early Childhood Special Education Services
Kindergarten and Preschool brochure


Online School Program
Peace Academy of Virtual Education (PAVE) offers complete and blended distributed learning programs for Grades 4 through 12, including adult upgrading. Course work is accessed through the internet using an online learning management system. The primary means of communication between students, parents and PAVE teachers is email; however, telephone, face-to-face and web conferences are also utilized. For more information, contact PAVE at the Spirit River Office, (780) 864-3741.


Helpful Links
Alberta Education
My Child’s Learning – A Parent Resource
High School Completion
Technology in Schools

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