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  • 1. NESD Storefront Schools Theresa Rederburg-deBoth Thad Swidzinski
  • 2. Storefront Mission Statement   The North East School Division Storefront Learning Centres are designed to provide an alternate educational setting for students who for a variety of reasons, can not achieve success in the regular school environment. Programming is arranged in a manner that allows for flexibility in student scheduling as well as in the pace of which students are able to progress through courses.
  • 3. Storefront Goal   To provide an alternate learning environment for “at risk” youth, ages 15-21, that recognizes and responds to their individual academic and personal development needs.
  • 4. Who are our Storefront Students?
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      • not intense needs
      • at risk because of social and emotional issues
      • Grade 10 -12 programming designed to give a better opportunity for these students to attain high school credits
    Melfort Storefront
  • 5. Storefront Intake Process
    • Referral
    • Interview – assessment
    • Intake form
    • Education Plan
    • Goal of re-integration
  • 6. Our Storefront Schools Melfort Tisdale Nipawin Teacher: Kelsey Dyck Students 14 Teacher: Scott Brinklow Students 30 Teacher: Kari LaBorde Students 37
  • 7. Why a Unique Learning Space
      • individualized
      • less institutional
      • individual plans required
      • technology can play a specific role here.
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    Opportunity Windows K - 12 Regional College High School Credits
  • 8. Traditional Storefront Model Teacher Correspondence Materials Teacher Developed Computer Assisted Inst. Students
  • 9. Emerging Storefront Model Teacher External Teacher Delivered Online Courses Storefront Teacher Existing Online Course Delivery Moodle used to deliver content and assess Students – access and digital assessments
  • 10. Storefront Supports
    • Who supports our Storefront Students?
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      • Storefront RTI Team
        • Admin , Teacher, DET, DIF, Outreach, LC
      • Division Supports
        • Counsellor, Ed Psych, SLP, OT, Digital Learning
      • Outside Agencies
        • Justice, Mental Health, Addictions, Social Services, Public Health, SERM, CBO’s
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      • Storefront RTI Team
        • Admin , Teacher, DET, DIF, Outreach, LC
      • Division Supports
        • Counsellor, Ed Psych, SLP, OT, Digital Learning
      • Outside Agencies
        • Justice, Mental Health, Addictions, Social Services, Public Health, SERM, CBO’s
    Who supports our Storefront Students?
  • 12. Questions / Comments Theresa Rederburg-deBoth [email_address] Thad Swidzinski [email_address] Eric Hufnagel [email_address]

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