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HUB@Home Online Learning

The HUB@Home learning program is available for grades 1-12 to learn online. 

Curriculum has been designed and trained staff facilitate this high-quality online learning.  As HUB@Home programming is to address the full program of study the expectations will be similar to a regular school year.  As such, learning requires students are required to participate full time in their learning and to meet the outcomes in the Alberta Programs of Study.

 

How do I register for HUB@Home?

Guaranteed space is available for families who:

  • Attend a mandatory orientation evening on April 14, 5:30pm or April 15, 6:30pm, register for these sessions online.  A Google Meet link will be emailed to registered families prior to the meeting.
  • Register online for HUB@Home between April 19 - April 30, 2021.
    • Students accepted in HUB@Home must acknowledge that NO transition point exists during the school year for students to return to in-person learning.  It is important to note that registering for HUB@Home is a 1 year commitment.


Waitlist space is available for families who:

  • Attend a mandatory orientation evening on June 17, 2021.
  • Register online for HUB@Home between June 21 - June 30, 2021.
    • Space may not be available for all families who choose to enroll at these later dates.
    • Students accepted in HUB@Home must acknowledge that NO transition point exists during the school year for students to return to in-person learning.  It is important to note that registering for HUB@Home is a 1 year commitment.

       

What programming is offered?

Grades 1-9: Math, Science, English Language Arts, and Social Studies.  Physical education, fine arts, and health are built into core instruction. 

Grades 10-12: All Math, Sciences, Social Studies, English Language Arts, Physical Education 10, and CALM.  Available options include: Business Education, Computer Programming, Psychology, Foods, and Fashion.

 

What will learning look like for my child?

The HUB@Home program is an online learning program where students access their Language Arts, Science, Mathematics, and Social Studies learning (plus Physical Education 10, CALM, and limited options available at the High School Level) through a web-based learning tool.  Our students are supported by teachers through our Moodle website, online video meetings, email, and telephone.  Each week, students will get an email from their teacher outlining their work for that week.  Instruction is provided through both live and pre-recorded video, print, and audio.  Our teachers will use online conversations, digital assessments, submitted work, and student online activity to track student learning and respond quickly when the student is struggling.  There is also a parent portal that will give parents access to their child's work, current grades, and online activity.

 

What is the time commitment?

As in any classroom, regular school attendance is expected and critical to student success. Students are required to engage and participate in learning and their courses daily.  Missing online meetings or infrequently logging into the learning platform can affect a child's development and personal academic success.

Students will need to commit to similar amounts of time working in the home environment as they would at school.  Homework expectations are similar in the HUB@Home school as they would be in a regular school classroom.  Parents are encouraged to schedule regular learning time along with scheduled movement breaks as follows:

  • Grades 1-6: 3-4 hours each day (Monday - Friday).
  • Grades 7-9: 5-6 hours each day (Monday - Friday) .
  • Grades 10-12: 1-2 hours per course each day (Monday - Friday).

 

What technology will my child need?

HUB@Home uses the Moodle Learning Management System and Microsoft Teams.  To participate in online programming students will need:

  • A reliable internet connection.
  • A device capable of accessing the internet such as a computer, chrome book, or tablet such as an iPad or Android Tablet.
  • A web camera for video meetings and lessons (most devices come with these).
  • A parent supervised quiet space to work.

Please contact us if you find it challenging to provide these resources.

 

What happens if my child doesn’t meet with success through HUB@Home?

Our teachers will use a variety of assessment methods including online conversations, digital assessments, and submitted work to track student learning and progress.  Teachers will use these tools and others to ensure that students are learning to their potential and to respond when they are not.  Using the telephone, Google Video meets, and other tools teachers will respond immediately to support students who are struggling.

 

How can I support my child?

Parents are always encouraged to work with us to support their children in their learning.  Our teachers will be communicating regular weekly plans and providing support in competencies such as time management. These are wonderful opportunities for parents to support their children.

Families are required to supervise their child.  HUB@Home provides a parent portal that gives parents the ability to monitor their child's activity and performance.

 

Who will teach my child?

We have experienced teachers with expertise in their subject areas and grades. If your child is on an Inclusive Learning Plan, HUB@Home teachers work with the student support team to ensure that the required supports are in place.

 

Where can I get more information?

 

Questions?

Jeff Mason, Principal
masonj@fsd38.ab.ca, 403-807-3359