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Registration Information

New Registrations

A new convenient and streamlined process to register your child in Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools will begin on January 11, 2017.  More information is available here.

Our Goals

The goals of our strategic plan are:

  • Meet each student’s unique needs
  • The continuous improvement of instruction and assessment
  • Reconciliation
  • Organizational effectiveness and accountability to support student learning

The Tier 3 programs are being re-imagined to reflect current inquiry and project-based practices as well as provide a Response to Intervention framework. Each of the Tier 3 programs is guided by the First Peoples Principles of Learning and the Circle of Courage model.

Learning Alternatives offers a number of district alternate programs. Four of these programs offer tier 3 services to students.

Outreach Wellness and Learning (OWL)
A short-term, often part-time program, supporting students who have mental health issues. Students learn skills in mental health awareness and coping skills, as well as in self-regulation.

VAST Learning Centre
Designed for youth who are currently struggling with behaviour, social, emotional and/or addiction issues.  VAST also provides adult graduation completion to students who are over 18 years of age.

Adventure-Based Outdoor Learning (ABOUT)
Innovative approach to service delivery for vulnerable students aged 14 to 19. The program’s personalized learning approach allows learners the chance to stabilize in a supportive atmosphere that promotes success, self-esteem and confidence.

Ravens Lelum Teen Parent Learning Centre
A safe, holistic, inclusive and culturally focused program for young parents.  Students are supported alongside their children to fulfill their academic goals.  The program provides a safe place, where students feel pride in who they are and find a sense of belonging.

 

Tier 3 Contacts

Principal Derek Beeston dbeeston@sd68.bc.ca

Coordinator Trevor McIntyre trevor.mcintyre@sd68.bc.ca

Phone: 250 740-2013