K- Course are Non-Credit programs which are for......
For students working 2 or more years below grade level
Prepares for entry into credit courses in the future by working on upgrading academic skills
Small class sizes
Emphasis on practical, hands-on, experiential learning
Focus on continued development of social skills, self-regulation or self-advocacy skills
Course code-Course name KAL - Creative Arts for Enjoyment and Expression KBB - Money Management and Personal Banking KCC - Transit Training and Community Exploration KCW - Exploring Our World KEN Language and Communication Development KGL - Personal Life Skills KGW Exploring the World of Work KHD - Social Skills Development KHI - Culinary Skills KMM - Numeracy and Numbers KNA - First Canadians KPF - Personal Health and Fitness KPH - Choice Making for Healthy Living KPP - Self Help and Self Care KSN - Exploring Our Environment KTT - Computer Skills