Program Setting & Delivery
We are proud to provide our students with many opportunities to learn online through CBe-learn.
We offer full range of online courses for junior and senior high school students.
For more information on what they offer and how to register, visit their website.
The safety and security of our students is always our top priority. This includes online safety. Here’s how we’re keeping students safe when they use our technology or internet:
- Our Wi-Fi procedures adhere to the most recent safety standards (Safety Code 6) established by Health Canada.
- We have a robust web filtration system.
- Our schools have been asked to develop and implement digital citizenship plans that ensure both staff and students have the knowledge and skills to use the internet safely and appropriately. For more information on your school’s plan, contact your school’s administrator.
Digital Citizenship is having the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to demonstrate responsible and respectful behaviour when using technology or the internet. Digital citizenship is more than email etiquette or avoiding plagiarism. It also includes things like how to know if information is credible, respecting copyright, protecting private information, staying safe online, and knowing how to deal with potential cyber-bullying.