YK1 teachers care deeply about their students, and all staff are committed to ensuring your child has the skills they need to be successful. Learning looks different now but rest assured that our teams are working very hard to facilitate this process and finding new ways to support learning for our students and their families.
Distance Learning began on April 14, 2020. YK1's leadership teams have collaborated and worked very quickly to ensure that teachers have the resources they need to shift to this new learning environment. Teachers and students are now establishing new routines. We are all learning in this new way to deliver education. We will continue to improve this process to the benefits of YK1 students and families.
If you choose to supplement your child's learning at home, there are many resources available to your family. YK1 is pleased to provide you with the following suggestions:
As we move further into the school year, we know families are likely wondering about report cards and what they'll look like at the end of the year. YK1, YCS, CSFTNO, NDEA and DDEA collaboratively developed the following documents to help families understand what to expect. As always, the best way to stay informed is through your child’s teacher. Reviewing assignments and lessons and teacher feedback will give you the best picture of your child as a learner. Please review the documents below and continue to check in and ask any questions you may have.
YK1 is excited to announce a partnership with Yellowknife's Miranda Currie in the continuation of distance and online ILC learning! Join Miranda (virtually of course) for books, stories, songs, puppets, activities and lots of laughs. She will deliver five 10-minute episodes of fun Northern Indigenous education in the coming weeks, all of which you can access on this page. Two videos have already been posted - one is called "Beaver Fur Mittens" and one is called "Let's Move! (Part 1)".
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