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School District No.

38 (Richmond)

Summer School 2014


Academic Full Credit

Enrichment

This program offers a variety of complete Grades 10-12 credit


courses for very serious, hard-working students who wish to take a
course for the first time, repeat a course to improve marks, or make
room in their timetable for an elective.

These enrichment courses are designed to actively engage students


in provincial learning outcomes for Grades 1-12.

Academic Remedial
Academic Remedial Summer School is an optional 4-week program
designed for school age secondary students who obtained a school/
class mark between 40-49% in a standard course during 2013-2014
school year.

Camps
These professionally delivered camps will engage students in a
variety of dynamic and interactive learning opportunities beyond
the scope typical in most schools.

Also inside:
Adult - ed2go online, International Programs & Richmond Virtual School

www.RichmondCE.ca | 604.668.6123
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Welcome to Summer School 2014


Richmond School Districts summer programs
offers opportunities for school-age students to
review curricular concepts from the year past
or to look ahead to learning outcomes in the
next grade.

Front left-right

Debbie Tablotney ,
Vice Chairperson
Donna Sargent,
Chairperson
Grace Tsang

We hope that you find a course or camp that


interests and engages you this summer!

Back left-right

Eric Yung
Norm Goldstein
Rod Belleza
Kenny Chiu

Sincerely,
Michael Khoo
Director of Continuing Education

Interactive non-credit online courses for Adults


Learn at home at your own pace Course Fees $129-189
Endless possibilities. A wide variety of unique instructor-facilitated online courses.
All you need is Internet access and an email address. Each course runs for 6 weeks
and consists of 12 lessons. Ask questions and interact with your instructor and
other students. These are US-based courses offered jointly with an American
institution. Fees shown are in Canadian dollars. Withdrawals prior to course start
are subject to a 15% processing charge. No refunds after start date. For additional
information call 604.668.6111.
Each student will receive a Completion Certificate from Richmond Continuing

www.ed2go.com/RichContEd

Reaching For Tomorrow...

MANDARIN
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Info Sessions 0 AM
May 24 10:3 PM
June 7 1:30

Read & Write Mandarin Simplified/Traditional Characters



Conversational (Children, Youth & Adult)
Chinese Read & Write for Youth, Beginners
Mandarin Challenge Exam Prep
AP Chinese Exam Prep AP

YOUTH & CHILDREN PROGRAM

Abacus
Calligraphy
Computer
Drawing
English
French
Japanese

Math
Music
Photography
Punjabi
Robotics
Sports

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Video Making

Learn more

604.668.6532 604.668.6049 website: www.RichmondCE.ca


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SAT

Prep

SAT
Grades 10-12
:


Course included the SAT prelimenary
issue, reading, writing skills,
vocabulary, grammar and mock exam
Start Date: Sept 18, 2014 (Thursday)
Time: 3:45-6:15 PM
Contact: 604.668.6532 604.668.6049
Email: sleung@sd38.bc.ca
Website: www.RichmondCE.ca

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SUMMER LEARNING

Summer 2014

IMMERSE yourself in NATURE


and ADVENTURE

+Positive Body Image

Join our new Summer Nature & Adventure Camp


Your child will experience nature through drawing,
photography and cooking. He/She will also experience
adventure through hiking, rock climbing, archery, fishing,
cycling and other fieldtrips.

Bring your own digital camera & lunch

Option 1:
Option 2:
Fee:
Ages:
Location:
Contact:
Website:

#71888-1D July 7-18 (10 days)


Monday to Friday, 9 am - 4 pm
#71888-2D July 21-Aug 1 (10 days)
Monday to Friday, 9 am - 4 pm
$1,122
7-13
McRoberts Secondary School
8980 Williams Rd., Richmond
604.668.6123
www.RichmondCE.ca

Tuesdays +
Thursdays
July 15 - August 7
1:00-3:30PM
@ South Arm
Community Centre
Course # 71808-1D
Cost $479

Designed
for age 15-22
who are interested in
modeling and pageant
+positive body language
+public speaking +make-up &
hair styling +runway catwalk
& posing +professional
photo shoot
+graduation show
+A free career consultation

This certificated summer


camp is offered by Richmond
Continuing Education and
Garfield Productions.

International Summer
English Programs

Check:

Summer Camp
2014 at

http://isp.sd38.bc.ca
The Richmond School District
International Summer English Programs
are ideal for Grade 3 to university
students who wish to enhance their
English language skills while enjoying
the Canadian cultural and social climate.

www.RichmondCE.ca or phone 604.668.6123

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Summer English Programs


Fee Schedule for Full Day Programs:
Monday to Friday
July 7 to 25, 2014
July 28 to August 15, 2014
July 7 to August 15, 2014

9:00 am 4:00 pm
3-week $1,875 CAD
3-week $1,875 CAD
6-week $3,650 CAD

* Note: The above fees include Morning English Classes,


Afternoon Excursions and Medical Insurance for the program
study period only. *
August 4th is a statutory holiday; no class or excursion
is scheduled for this day.
For more information, please contact:
Anita Huang at : 604.668.6533
: 604.233.0520 : ahuang@sd38.bc.ca

Group Programs
Customized to Meet
Your Needs

- Minimum 15 students
- Homestay
- Airport Service
- Health Insurance
July 7 August 15, 2014
Monday to Friday

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SUMMER CAMPS Ages 7-18

Summer 2014

Summer Camps Ages 7-18


IMPORTANT INFORMATION
These professionally delivered camps will engage students in a
variety of dynamic and interactive learning opportunities beyond
the scope typical in most schools. Add one or two camps to extend
your time in summer school.

DATES
Monday, July 7 Friday, August 1, 2014

COURSE COSTS
Camps are individually priced.

LOCATIONS
Lord Byng Elementary School, 3711 Georgia St. @ No. 1 Road
Ages 7-12
BLOCK TIMES
Block 1:
8:25-10:35 am
Block 2:
11:05-1:15 pm
McRoberts Secondary School, 8980 Williams Road
Ages 7-12
BLOCK TIMES
Block 1:
8:25-10:35 am
Block 2:
11:05-1:15 pm
Block 3:
1:45-3:55 pm
McNair Secondary, 9500 No. 4 Road
Ages 13-18
BLOCK TIMES
Block 3:
1:30-3:40 pm

BEFORE YOU REGISTER ... you should know:


REGISTRATION & WAIT LISTS
If a camp is full, place yourself on a Wait List using our online
registration system.
You will need the students 9-digit Personal Education Number
(PEN), available from your school.

HOW MANY CAMPS CAN A STUDENT TAKE?


Students may register in one, two or three camps.

WITHDRAWALS & REFUNDS


Withdrawals are available by telephone, 604.668.6123.

Withdrawals before Monday, July 7, 2014 are refundable less 15%


process ing charge. $40 maximum.
No refunds after Monday, July 7, 2014.

NON-RICHMOND PUBLIC SCHOOL &


INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
If you do NOT attend a Richmond public school, please email/fax
a copy of your parents birth certificate, permanent resident card,
passport, or valid BC Work Permit AND proof that they live in BC
by 4 pm of the next business day after registering online.
If you are an international student, please email/fax your valid
Study Permit by 4 pm of the next business day after registering
online.
email rce@sd38.bc.ca. fax 604.233.0152

REGISTRATION
ONLINE www.RichmondCE.ca

IN PERSON

Unless you have taken a course with us since January 2013, you
will need to create an account. Please create only one account per
student.
Use your legal first and last names and usual name if applicable.
You will need the students Personal Education Number (PEN) to
complete the registration, available from your school.

Set up a customer/student account online prior to


In Person registration
Camps Thursday, June 5 9 am 4 pm
District Administration Building,
7811 Granville Ave. @ Minoru Blvd.
Payment by cash, VISA, MasterCard or AMEX

NON-CREDIT COURSES

ONLINE OPENS @ 4 PM

Camps, Ages 7-18

Tuesday, May 20

Online registration will close on Wednesday, July 2, 2014.

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SUMMER CAMPS Ages 7-18


Amazing Red Ball Games,
Grades 8-12
Learn the rules and skills for each Moss
Ball, Kickball, Handball, Dodgeball and
more, through a variety of games, drills and
activities. Join us and have fun!
71048-1D Staff
20 Session(s)
Jul 7-Aug 1
M-F
11:05AM - 1:15PM
Byng Elementary
$295

Arts Camp, Ages 7-13


This program will be simply ART-ASTIC!
Students will develop their artistic skills by
exploring the wonderful world of drawing,
sketching, cartoon creation, pop-up art,
painting and more.
40002-1D
Dempsey, Cameron
20 Session(s)
Jul 7-Aug 1
M-F
8:25AM - 10:35AM
Byng Elementary
$289

Badminton & Table Tennis,


Ages 8-12
Students from beginner to intermediate
level will have fun and improve their fitness
and skills in both activities! In this course,
students will: identify, describe and follow
the rules and routines of safety in a gym
while practicing both sports. Tournaments,
contests and socialization will be a part of
this course.
71002-1D
Rod Smith
20 Session(s)
Jul 7-Aug 1
M-F
1:45PM - 3:55PM
McRoberts Secondary
$295

Basketball, Ages 8-12


This action-packed program is designed
for those students interested in learning
or advancing their skills in a friendly, fun
and educational environment. Students
will learn to: demonstrate ways to send,
project, and receive a basketball with
increased speed, control and accuracy;
retain possession of a basketball and display
appropriate body and space awareness in
practice and game activities.
71025-1D Staff
20 Session(s)
Jul 7-Aug 1
M-F
11:05AM - 1:15PM
McRoberts Secondary
$289

www.RichmondCE.ca or phone 604.668.6123

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Summer 2014
Science: Electronics, Ages 9-13
Discover the exciting world of electronics.
Have fun working with actual electronic
parts and circuit board. Learn schematic
symbols and find out how to read circuit
diagrams. Build amazing projects with
a student project kit, breadboard and
soldering. Projects include: Sammy the
Snake, Roulette Wheel and much more.
Equipment rental and all other tools and
supplies, $85.00 non-refundable, are
included in fee.
40383-1D
Kwan, Ken
20 Session(s)
Jul 7-Aug 1
M-F
8:25AM - 10:35AM
McRoberts Secondary
$393

Science: Fun with RPM, Ages 9-13


Zoooom, Zoooooooom!!! Join this course
for an exciting adventure of building fast
vehicles (water, land, air and space). Have
fun exploring the theories behind motion
and speed. Fabricate ultra-fast boat, CO2
dragster, air glider and rocket. Conduct
scientific experiments to understand
gravity, orbit, centrifugal force, and
Newtons principles. Project kits, materials
and tools, $100.00, non-refundable, are
included in fee.
40092-1D
Kwan, Ken
20 Session(s)
Jul 7-Aug 1
M-F
11:05AM - 1:15PM
McRoberts Secondary
$408

Science: Robotics, Ages 9-13


Do you want to build a Robotic Arm,
walking T-Rex and Crawling Micro-Bug? Join
this fascinating course to learn some of the
basic theories on mechanics and electronics
that make these robots come alive. Enjoy
constructing these robots and watch them
in action as they compete in different
competitions. Robotic kits, equipment and
all other tools and supplies, $105.00 (nonrefundable) are included in fee.
40789-1D
Kwan, Ken
20 Session(s)
Jul 7-Aug 1
M-F
1:45PM - 3:55PM
McRoberts Secondary
$413

Volleyball, Ages 7-12


Get some friends together, join this course
and have some fun. This camp is designed
to help students of all levels to learn or
improve their volleyball skills. Whether you
are just beginning or looking to sharpen
your skills for the upcoming volleyball
season, this is the perfect camp for you!
40868-1D Staff
20 Session(s)
Jul 7-Aug 1
M-F
8:25AM - 10:35AM
McRoberts Secondary
$289

Volleyball, Ages 13-18


Get some friends together, join this course
and have some fun. This camp is designed
to help students of all levels to learn or
improve their volleyball skills. Whether you
are just beginning or looking to sharpen
your skills for the upcoming volleyball
season, this is the perfect camp for you!
40032-1D Staff
20 Session(s)
Jul 7-Aug 1
M-F
1:30PM - 3:40PM
McNair Secondary
$289

Summer Nature & Adventure Camp,


Ages 7-13
Your child will experience nature through
drawing, photography and cooking. He/
She will also experience adventure through
hiking, rock climbing, archery, fishing and
cycling and other field trips.
71888-1D Staff
10 sessions
July 7-18
M-F
9 am 4 pm
McRoberts Secondary
$1,122
71888-2D Staff
10 sessions
July 21-Aug 1
M-F
9 am 4 pm
McRoberts Secondary
$1,122

Positive Body Image, Ages 15-22


This program is designed for 15-22 year
olds who are interested in modeling and
pageants. Participants will learn positive
body language and public speaking skills.
There will be professional make-up and
hair styling, runway catwalk and posing, a
professional photo shoot and graduation
show. Plus, there will be a free career
consultation.
71808-1D
8 Sessions
July 15-Aug 7
Tue & Thurs
1-3:30 pm
South Arm Community Ctr.
$479

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ACADEMIC FULL CREDIT

Summer 2014

Academic Full Credit


IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Academic Full Credit Summer School involves rigorous, intensive
courses for highly motivated school age students who want to
study a course for the first time or to improve course marks.

COURSES
Biology 11
Biology 12
Chemistry 11
Chemistry 12
English 10*
English 11
English 12*
Foundations of Math
& Pre-calculus 10*

Mandarin 12
Physics 11
Physics 12
Pre-calculus 11
Pre-calculus 12
Science 10*
Social Studies 10
Social Studies 11*

*August Provincial Exams, August 11-15, 2014

DATES
Starts Thursday, July 3, 2014, ends Friday, August 8, 2014
Monday through Friday
No classes on Monday, August 4, BC Day

LOCATIONS
McMath Secondary, 4251 Garry Street
Block 1:
8:00 11:15 am
Block 2:
12:05 3:20 pm
Burnett Secondary, 5011 Granville Avenue
Block 1:
8:00 11:15 am
Block 2:
12:05 3:20 pm

COURSE COSTS
Category A
BC School age students who are currently in Grade 9-12 in a BC
school and have parents who live in BC and are Canadian Citizens,
Permanent Residents or have a BC Work Permit valid for at least
one year
No tuition. Textbook Deposit $50.
Total $50 per course
Category B
International school age students
BC School age students who are currently in Grade 9-12 in a BC
school and have parents who live outside BC and are Canadian
Citizens or Permanent Residents
School age students who have parents with a Canadian Work
Permit valid outside BC
Tuition $950. Textbook Deposit $50. Total $1000 per course

BEFORE YOU REGISTER ... you should know:


REGISTRATION & WAIT LISTS
If a course is full, place yourself on a Wait List using our online
registration system. More blocks/sections may be opened.
Choice of location cannot be guaranteed. If registering for two
courses/blocks, be prepared to travel between the two locations.

PREREQUISITES, REPORT CARDS & ATTENDANCE


Bring your report card from January and/or June to your first class
to verify that you have passed the prerequisite course. A minimum
B mark in a prerequisite course is strongly recommended.
Each course has a prerequisite course/level; refer to our online
course listing for details.
Do NOT register for a course UNLESS you are 100% certain that
you will pass or have passed the prerequisite course.
Absences in excess of three days are NOT acceptable. Do not
register if extended absences for any reason are anticipated: work,
vacations, sports, family commitments, etc.

INTENSITY & HOMEWORK


Courses are extremely demanding.
Be prepared for 2-3 hours of daily homework for each course.

CALCULATORS & PROVINCIAL EXAMS


Math students must supply their own graphing calculator.
Provincial exams in August are only for Our Summer School students.

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NON-RICHMOND PUBLIC SCHOOL &


INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
If you do NOT attend a Richmond public school, please email/fax
a copy of your parents birth certificate, permanent resident card,
passport, or valid BC Work Permit AND proof that they live in BC
by 4 pm of the next business day after registering online.
If you are an international student, email/fax your valid Study
Permit by 4 pm of the next business day after registering online.
email rce@sd38.bc.ca, fax 604.233.0152
Note:
Adult students (born before July 1, 1995) may apply for seats in a
Academic Full Credit course during In Person Registration see page
7 for details. Adult students must bring a copy of the latest report
card or transcript of grades, proof of status in Canada (passport,
permanent resident card or birth certificate) and proof of where
you live (e.g. BC Drivers Licence, BC CareCard).

WITHDRAWALS & REFUNDS


Withdrawals are available by telephone, 604.668.6123.
Textbook Deposit is refundable upon receipt of the textbook.
Category B tuition fees are refundable, less a $40 processing
charge.
There are no tuition fee refunds after Thursday, July 3, 2014.

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ACADEMIC FULL CREDIT

Summer 2014

REGISTRATION
ONLINE REGISTRATION www.RichmondCE.ca

IN PERSON

Unless you have taken a course with us since January 2013, you
will need to create an account. Please create only one account per
student.
Use your legal first and last names and usual name if applicable.
You will need the students Personal Education Number (PEN) to
complete the registration, available from your school.

Set up a customer/student account online prior to


In Person registration
Limited seats available
Math & Sciences Tuesday, June 10
All courses Wednesday, June 11
4:30 5:30 pm
District Administration Building, 7811 Granville Ave.
@ Minoru Blvd.
Payment by cash, VISA, MasterCard or AMEX

ACADEMIC FULL CREDIT


COURSES

ONLINE OPENS @
3:30 PM

Biology 11 & 12

Monday, May 5

Chemistry 11 & 12

Tuesday, May 6

English 10 & 11

Wednesday, May 7

English 12

Thursday, May 8

Foundations of Math &


Pre-calculus 10

Friday, May 9

Mandarin 12

PROVINCIAL EXAM SCHEDULE


Our Summer School students only
DATE

COURSE

Monday, August 11

English 12

Friday, May 9

Tuesday, August 12

English 10

Physics 11

Monday, May 12

Wednesday, August 13

Social Studies 11

Physics 12

Tuesday, May 13

Thursday, August 14

Foundations of Math & Pre-Calculus 10

Pre-calculus 11

Tuesday, May 13

Friday, August 15

Science 10

Pre-calculus 12

Wednesday, May 14

Science 10

Thursday, May 15

Social Studies 10

Thursday, May 15

Social Studies 11

Friday, May 16

NOTE: Other courses do NOT have a provincial exam. Times and


locations will be confirmed at the end of July through your summer
school principal.

Online registration will close on Sunday, June 23 @ 11:59 pm

www.RichmondCE.ca or phone 604.668.6123

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ACADEMIC REMEDIAL

Summer 2014

Academic Remedial
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Academic Remedial Summer School is an optional 4-week program
designed for school age secondary students who obtained a school/
class mark between 40-49% in a standard course during 2013-2014
school year.

COURSES
English 8, 9, 10*, 11
Foundations of Math & Pre-calculus 10
Math 8 & 9
Pre-calculus 11
Science 8, 9, 10*
Social Studies 9, 10, 11*
*August Provincial Exams, August 11-15, 2014

DATES
Monday, July 7 Friday, August 1, 2014
Monday through Friday

LOCATION

COURSE COSTS
Category A
BC School age students who are currently in Grade 8-12 in a BC
school and have parents who live in BC and are Canadian Citizens,
Permanent Residents or have a BC Work Permit valid for at least
one year
No tuition. Textbook Deposit $50.
Total $50 per course
Category B
International school age students with a valid Study Permit
BC School age students who are currently in Grade 8-12 in a BC
school and have parents who live outside BC and are Canadian
Citizens or Permanent Residents
School age students who have parents with a Canadian Work
Permit valid outside BC
Tuition $475. Textbook Deposit $50. Total $525 per course

Steveston-London Secondary School, 6600 Williams Road


Block 1:
8:45 - 10:55 am
Block 2:
11:10 am 1:20 pm

BEFORE YOU REGISTER ... you should know:


REGISTRATION & WAIT LISTS
If a course is full, place yourself on a Wait List using our online
registration system. More blocks/sections may be opened.
Misuse of the registration system may result in withdrawal from
Summer Learning. Other penalties may apply.

PREREQUISITES, REPORT CARDS & ATTENDANCE


Students must have obtained a school/class mark between
40-49% in a standard course between September 2013
and June 2014.
Bring your report card from January 2014 and/or June 2014 to
your first class on Monday, July 7, 2014.
Absences in excess of two days are NOT acceptable. Do not
register if extended absences for any reason are anticipated:
work, vacations, sports, family commitments, etc.

NON-RICHMOND PUBLIC SCHOOL &


INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
If you do NOT attend a Richmond public school, please email/
fax a copy of your parents birth certificate, permanent resident
card, passport, or valid BC Work Permit AND proof that they live
in BC by 4 pm of the next business day after registering online.
If you are an international student, please email/fax your valid
Study Permit by 4 pm of the next business day after registering
online.
email rce@sd38.bc.ca. fax 604.233.0152

CALCULATORS & PROVINCIAL EXAMS


Math students must supply their own graphing calculator.
Provincial exams in August are only for Our Summer School
students; see below for Provincial Exam Schedule.

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ACADEMIC REMEDIAL

Summer 2014

REGISTRATION
ONLINE REGISTRATION www.RichmondCE.ca

IN PERSON

Unless you have taken a course with us since January 2013, you
will need to create an account. Please create only one account per
student.
Use your legal first and last names and usual name if applicable.
You will need the students Personal Education Number (PEN) to
complete the registration, available from your school.

Set up a customer/student account online prior to


In Person registration
Limited seats available
Bring your final report card from January 2014 and/or June 2014
Wednesday, July 2, 4:305:30 pm
District Administration Building, 7811 Granville Ave. @ Minoru
Blvd.
Payment by cash, VISA, AMEX or MasterCard

ACADEMIC REMEDIAL
COURSES

ONLINE OPENS @
3:30 PM

English 8, 9, 10, 11

Thursday, June 26

Math 8 & 9

Thursday, June 26

Foundation of Math &


Pre-calculus 10

Thursday, June 26

Pre-calculus 11

Friday, June 27

Science 8, 9, 10

Friday, June 27

Social Studies 9, 10, 11

Friday, June 27

PROVINCIAL EXAM SCHEDULE


Our Summer School students only
COURSE

Monday, August 11

Online registration will close on Tuesday, July 1 @ 11:59 pm

DATE

English 12

Tuesday, August 12

English 10

Wednesday, August 13

Social Studies 11

Thursday, August 14

Foundations of Math & Pre-Calculus 10

Friday, August 15

Science 10

NOTE: Other courses do NOT have a provincial exam. Times and


locations will be confirmed at the end of July through your summer
school principal.

www.RichmondCE.ca or phone 604.668.6123

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SUMMER ENRICHMENT Grades 1-7

Summer 2014

Summer Enrichment Grades 1-7


IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Enrichment Grades 1-7 non-credit courses are designed to cover
provincial learning outcomes in basic and academic English
preparation/ELL, drama & dance, English, French, math & science.
School age students will review and preview important concepts.

DATES
July 7-August 1, 2014

LOCATIONS
Lord Byng Elementary School, 3711 Georgia St. @ No. 1 Road
BLOCK TIMES
Block 1: 8:25-10:35 am
Block 2: 11:05-1:15 pm




McRoberts Secondary School, 8980 Williams Road


BLOCK TIMES
Block 1: 8:25-10:35 am
Block 2: 11:05-1:15 pm
Block 3: 1:45-3:55 pm

COURSE COSTS
Category A
BC School age students who are currently in Grades K-7 in a BC
school and have parents who live in BC and are Canadian Citizens,
Permanent Residents or have a BC Work Permit valid for at least
one year
Students must provide a 2014 Report Card to first day of class
No tuition
NOTE:
Students who enrolled in a BC elementary school in April, May or
June 2014 must complete an Application Form for Summer School,
before or immediately after registering online. Download form from
the website www.RichmondCE.ca & submit it to Continuing
Education. Email rce@sd38.bc.ca or fax 604.233.0152.
Category B
International school age students
School age students who are currently in Grades 1-12 and have
parents who live outside BC and who are Canadian Citizens,
Permanent Residents
School age students who have parents with a Canadian Work
Permit valid outside BC
Tuition $475
Please call our office if you wish to withdraw or transfer to another
course 604.668.6123.

BEFORE YOU REGISTER ... you should know:


REGISTRATION & WAIT LISTS
If a course is full, place yourself on a Wait List using our online
registration system.
You will need the students 9-digit Personal Education Number
(PEN), available from your school.

HOW MANY COURSES A STUDENT CAN TAKE?


Category A students may register for only 1 Enrichment Grades
1-7 course.
Category A Grade 7 students may register for either only one
Grade 7 Enrichment course OR 1, 2 or 3 Grade 8 Enrichment noncredit courses.
Select your course carefully.
NOTE:
If you registered for 2 or more Grades 1 7 courses, contact our
office immediately at 604.668.6123
If we do not hear from you within 2 business days after registering,
your child may be withdrawn from all Summer School Courses

REPORT CARDS, ATTENDANCE &


PICKUP-DROP OFF
Bring your June report card to your first class on Monday, July 7, 2014
Absences in excess of three days are NOT acceptable. Do not
register if extended absences are anticipated: work, vacations,
sports, family commitments, etc.
Drop off/pickup must be done within 5 minutes of start/end of
course

NON-RICHMOND PUBLIC SCHOOL &


INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
If you do NOT attend a Richmond public school, please email/fax
a copy of your parents birth certificate, permanent resident card,
passport, or valid BC Work Permit AND proof that they live in BC
by 4 pm of the next business day after registering.
If you are an international student, please email/fax your valid
Study Permit by 4 pm of the next business day after registering
online.
email rce@sd38.bc.ca or fax 604.233.0152

WITHDRAWALS & REFUNDS


Withdrawals are available by telephone, 604.668.6123.
Category B tuition fees are refundable. There is a $40 processing
charge.
There are no tuition fee refunds after Monday, July 7, 2014.

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School District No. 38 (Richmond)

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SUMMER ENRICHMENT Grades 1-7

Summer 2014

REGISTRATION
ONLINE REGISTRATION www.RichmondCE.ca

IN PERSON

Unless you have taken a course with us since January 2013, you
will need to create an account. Please create only one account per
student.
Use your legal first and last names and usual name if applicable.
You will need the students Personal Education Number (PEN) to
complete the registration, available from your school.

Please set up a customer/student account online prior to In


Person registration
Limited seats available
Bring your most recent report card from school
English & ELL Tuesday, June 3
French & math Wednesday, June 4
Science & Camps Thursday, June 5
all courses Friday, June 6
9 am 4 pm
District Administration Building, 7811 Granville Ave.
@ Minoru Blvd.
Payment by cash, VISA, MasterCard or AMEX

NON-CREDIT COURSES

ONLINE OPENS @ 4 PM

Camps, Ages 7-18

Tuesday, May 20

Grades 1-7 Drama & Dance


and Camps

Tuesday, May 20

Grades 1-3 English

Wednesday, May 21

Grades 4-7 English

Thursday, May 22

Grades 1-7 ELL Immersion


and Grades 1-7 French

Friday, May 23

Grades 1-7 Math and


Grades 1-7 Science

Monday, May 26

Grades 8-12 Drama & Dance


and Grades 8-10 English

Tuesday, May 27

Grades 8-12 Basic &


Academic English Prep/ELL

Wednesday, May 28

Grades 8-11 Math

Thursday, May 29

Grades 8-11 English, Science


& Social Studies

Friday, May 30

Online registration will close on Wednesday, July 2, 2014.

For any changes to Category A registrations, please call our office 604.668.6123. No fees apply.

BYNG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


Time: 8:25-10:35am

Block # 1

BYNG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


Time: 11:05-1:15 pm

Block # 2

COURSE #

COURSE:

COURSE #

COURSE:

40619-1D

Grades 6-7 English Creative Writing Techniques

30110-2D

Grades 4-6 English Immersion (ELL Beginners)

40580-1D

Grades 4-5 Math Power Skills

40810-1D

Grades 6-7 English Reading, Speaking, Writing

40641-1D

Grades 2-3 English Power Writing Skills

40580-2D

Grades 4-5 Math Power Skills

30101-1D

Grades 2-3 English Immersion (ELL Beginners)

40641-2D

Grades 2-3 English Power Writing Skills

30100-1D

Grade 1 English Immersion (ELL Beginners)

30101-2D

Grades 2-3 English Immersion (ELL Beginners)

40232-1D

Grades 1-3 French Immersion Power Skills

30100-2D

Grade 1 English Immersion (ELL Beginners)

40046-1D

Grades 3-4 English Creative Writing Strategies

40046-2D

Grades 3-4 English Creative Writing Strategies

30110-1D

Grades 4-6 English Immersion (ELL Beginners)

40229-1D

Grades 1-3 Math Explorers

40817-1D

Grades 1-3 Science Experiments & Safety

70010-2D

Grades 6-7 Math Power Skills

40048-1D

Grades 4-5 English, Reading, Speaking & Writing

40051-2D

Grades 4-5 English Power Writing Skills

40051-1D

Grades 4-5 English Power Writing Skills

40029-2D

Grades 1-2 English Speaking Reading & Writing

40029-1D

Grades 1-2 English Speaking Reading & Writing

40382-1D

Grades 1-3 Drama & Dance

Arts Camp, Ages 7-13

71048-1D

CAMP
40002-1D

CAMP

www.RichmondCE.ca or phone 604.668.6123

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Amazing 'Red Ball' Games, Ages 8-12

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SUMMER ENRICHMENT Grades 1-7

McROBERTS SECONDARY SCHOOL


Time: 8:25-10:35 pm

Block # 1

Summer 2014

McROBERTS SECONDARY SCHOOL


Time: 1:45-3:55 pm

Block # 3

COURSE #

COURSE:

COURSE #

COURSE:

40367-1D

Grades 2 & 3 English Reading, Writing & Speaking

40372-1D

Grades 2 & 3 English: Creative Writing Strategies

40638-1D

Grades 1-3 Science Experiments & Safety

40233-1D

Grades 4 & 5 English Immersion (ELL Beginners)

40781-1D

Grades 3 & 4 English Speaking, Reading & Writing

40368-3D

Grades 3 & 4 English Creative Writing Strategies

40887-1D

Grades 5 & 6 English Reading & Comprehension

40355-3D

40368-1D

Grades 3 & 4 English Creative Writing Strategies

Grades 4 & 5 English Speaking, Reading &


Listening

40093-1D

Grades 4 & 5 English Speak Confidently

40080-1D

Grades 2-3 English Immersion (ELL Beginners)

40095-1D

Grades 4 & 5 Math Power Skills

40805-1D

Grades 5 & 6 English Creative Writing Strategies

40269-1D

Grades 6 & 7 Math Power Skills

40191-1D

Grades 5-7 Fun With French, Beginners

40142-1D

Grades 4 & 5 English Writing & Composition Skills

30120-1D

Grade 1 English Immersion (ELL Beginners)

40271-1D

Grades 3 & 4 Math Power Skills

40020-1D

Grades 1 & 2 English Adventures in Journal


Writing

40219-1D

Grades 6 & 7 English Writing & Composition Skills

40309-1D

Grades 5 & 6 English Steps to Better Writings

40054-1D

Grades 5 & 6 English Writing Works

40798-1D

Grades 6 & 7 English Writing Techniques

40409-2D

40391-1D

Grades 8-12 Jazz Band A

Grades 2 & 3 English Improve Spelling &


Vocabulary

40409-1D

Grades 2 & 3 English Improve Spelling &


Vocabulary

40395-1D

Grades 4-7 French Immersion Power Skills

40390-1D

Grade 6 &7 Summer Concert Band

40182-1D

Grades 4-7 Dance & Drama

Time: 11:05-1:15 pm

Block # 2
40367-2D

Grades 2 & 3 English Reading, Writing & Speaking

40886-1D

Grades 4-7 Science Experiments & Safety

40781-2D

Grades 3 & 4 English Speaking, Reading & Writing

40355-2D

Grades 4 & 5 English Speaking, Reading &


Listening

71026-1D

Grades 1-3 Fun With French, Beginners

40365-1D

Grades 6 & 7 English Speak Confidently

40095-2D

Grades 4 & 5 Math Power Skills

40269-2D

Grades 6 & 7 Math Power Skills

40307-1D

Grades 5 & 6 Math Power Skills

40068-1D

Grades 1 & 2 English Speaking, Reading & Writing

40309-2D

Grades 6 & 7 English Listening, Speaking &


Writing

40327-1D

Grades 8-12 Jazz Band B

40368-2D

COURSE # COURSE:

BLOCK: TIME:

40868-1D

Volleyball, Ages 7-12

8:25-10:35 am

71025-1D

Basketball, Ages 7-12

11:05-1:15 pm

71002-1D

Badminton and Table


Tennis, Ages 7-12

1:45-3:55 pm

40383-1D

Science: Electronics,
Ages 9-13

8:2510:35 am

40092-1D

Science: Fun with


RPM, Ages 9-13

11:051:15 pm

40789-1D

Science: Robotics,
Ages 9-13

1:453:55 pm

71888-1D
71888-2D

Summer Nature &


Adventure Camp,
Ages 7-13

All Day

9:00-4:00 pm

Grades 5 & 6 English Steps to Better Writing

40044-1D

CAMPS

Grades 3 & 4 English Creative Writing Strategies

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School District No. 38 (Richmond)

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SUMMER ENRICHMENT Grades 8-12

Summer 2014

Summer Enrichment Grades 8-12


IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Enrichment Grades 8-12 non-credit courses are designed to cover
provincial learning outcomes in basic and academic English
preparation/ELL, drama & dance, English, math & science. School
age students will review and preview important concepts.

DATES
July 7-August 1, 2014

LOCATIONS




McNair Secondary School, 9500 No. 4 Road


BLOCK TIMES
Block 1:
8:10-10:20 am
Block 2:
10:50-1:00 pm
Block 3:
1:30-3:40 pm

COURSE COSTS
Category A
BC School age students who are currently in Grades 8-12 in a BC
school and have parents who live in BC and are Canadian Citizens,
Permanent Residents or have a BC Work Permit valid for at least
one year
Students must provide a 2014 Report Card to first day of class.
No tuition
NOTE:
Students who enrolled in a BC elementary or secondary school in
April, May or June 2014 must complete an Application Form for
Summer School, before or immediately after registering online.
Download the form from our website, www.RichmondCE.ca
Email rce@sd38.bc.ca or fax 604.233.0152 completed form.
Category B
International school age students
School age students who are currently in Grades 8-12 and have
parents who live outside BC and are Canadian Citizens, Permanent
Residents
School age students who have parents with a Canadian Work
Permit valid outside BC
Students must provide a 2014 Report Card to first day of class
Tuition $475
Please call our office if you wish to withdraw or transfer to another
course. No fees apply. 604.668.6123.

BEFORE YOU REGISTER ... you should know:


REGISTRATION & WAIT LISTS
If a course is full, place yourself on a Wait List using our online
registration system. More blocks/sections may be opened.
You will need the students 9-digit Personal Education Number
(PEN), available from your school.

HOW MANY COURSES A STUDENT CAN TAKE?


Category A students may register for 1, 2 or three Grades 8-12
Enrichment courses
Category A Grade 7 students may register for either only one
Grade 7 Enrichment course OR 1, 2 or 3 Grade 8 Enrichment
non-credit courses.
Select your course carefully.

REPORT CARDS, ATTENDANCE &


PICKUP-DROP OFF
Bring your June report card to your first class on
Monday, July 7, 2014
Absences in excess of three days are NOT acceptable. Do not
register if extended absences for any reason are anticipated:
work, vacations, sports, family commitments, etc.
Drop off/pickup must be done within 5 minutes of start/end of
course

www.RichmondCE.ca or phone 604.668.6123

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NON-RICHMOND PUBLIC SCHOOL &


INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
If you do NOT attend a Richmond public school, please email/
fax a copy of your parents birth certificate, permanent resident
card, passport, or valid BC Work Permit AND proof that they live
in BC by 4 pm of the next business day after registering online.
If you are an international student, please email/fax your valid
Study Permit by 4 pm of the next business day after registering
online.
email rce@sd38.bc.ca. fax 604.233.0152

WITHDRAWALS & REFUNDS


Withdrawals are available by telephone, 604.668.6123.
Category B tuition fees are refundable less 15% processing
charge. $40 maximum.
There are no tuition fee refunds after Monday, July 7, 2014.

For registration information & details


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SUMMER ENRICHMENT Grades 8-12

Summer 2014

REGISTRATION
ONLINE REGISTRATION www.RichmondCE.ca

IN PERSON

Unless you have taken a course with us since January 2013, you
will need to create an account. Please create only one account per
student.
Use your legal first and last names and usual name if applicable.
You will need the students 9-digit Personal Education Number
(PEN), available from your school.

Please set up a customer/student account online prior to In


Person registration
Limited seats available
Bring your most recent report card from school
English & ELL Tuesday, June 3
French & math Wednesday, June 4
Science & Camps Thursday, June 5
all courses Friday, June 6
9 am 4 pm
District Administration Building, 7811 Granville Ave.
@ Minoru Blvd.
Payment by cash, VISA, MasterCard or AMEX

NON-CREDIT COURSES

ONLINE OPENS @ 4 PM

Camps, Ages 7-18

Tuesday, May 20

Grades 1-7 Drama & Dance


and Camps

Tuesday, May 20

Grades 1-3 English

Wednesday, May 21

Grades 4-7 English

Thursday, May 22

Grades 1-7 ELL Immersion


and Grades 1-7 French

Friday, May 23

Grades 1-7 Math and


Grades 1-7 Science

Monday, May 26

Grades 8-12 Drama & Dance


and Grades 8-10 English

Tuesday, May 27

Grades 8-12 Basic &


Academic English Prep/ELL

Wednesday, May 28

Grades 8-11 Math

Thursday, May 29

Grades 8-11 English, Science


& Social Studies

Friday, May 30

For any changes to


Category A registrations,
please call our office
604.668.6123.
No fees apply.

Online registration will close on Wednesday, July 2, 2014.

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School District No. 38 (Richmond)

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SUMMER ENRICHMENT Grades 8-12

McNAIR SECONDARY SCHOOL


Time: 8:10-10:20 am

Block # 1

Summer 2014

McNAIR SECONDARY SCHOOL


Time: 1:30-3:40 pm

Block # 3

COURSE #

COURSE:

COURSE #

COURSE:

71033-1D

Grade 8 Math Rev/Preview

71049-3D

Grade 8 English Rev/Preview

30140-1D

Grades 8-12 Basic English Prep/ELL

71038-3D

Grade 9 Math Rev/Preview

40941-1D

Grades 8-12 Academic English Prep/ELL

71039-3D

Grade 9 Science Rev/Preview

40863-1D

Grades 8-10 Social Studies St Rev/Preview

30140-3D

Grades 8-12 Basic English Prep/ELL

40087-1D

Grades 8-10 English Digital Storytelling

40176-3D

Grade 10 English Rev/Preview

40176-1D

Grade 10 English Rev/Preview

40127-3D

Grade 9 English Rev/Preview

40816-1D

Grade 10 Science Rev/Preview

40468-2D

Grade 10 Math Rev/Preview

40127-4D

Grade 9 English Rev/Preview

71034-3D

Grade 8 Science Rev/Preview

71038-4D

Grade 9 Math Rev/Preview

71033-3D

Grade 8 Math Rev/Preview

40127-1D

Grade 9 English Rev/Preview

40182-2D

Grades 8-12 Drama & Dance

71039-1D

Grade 9 Science Rev/Preview

71038-6D

Grade 9 Math Rev/Preview

71038-1D

Grade 9 Math Rev/Preview

40172-2D

Grade 8 Thriving, not just Surviving!

71049-1D

Grade 8 English Rev/Preview

71039-6D

Grade 9 Science Rev/Preview

40613-1D

Grade 11 Pre-Calculus Rev/Prev

40816-3D

Grade 10 Science Rev/Preview

71034-1D

Grade 8 Science Rev/Preview

40936-1D

Grade 11 Social Studies Rev/Preview

40391-1D

Grades 8-12 Jazz Band A*

Time: 10:50-1 pm

Block # 2

Camps

71038-5D

Grade 9 Math Rev/Preview

COURSE # COURSE:

BLOCK:

TIME:

30140-2D

Grades 8-12 Basic English Prep/ELL

40032-1D

1:30-3:40 pm

71049-4D

Grade 8 English Rev/Preview

40176-2D

Grade 10 English Rev/Preview

71039-2D

Grade 9 Science Rev/Preview

40127-5D

Grade 9 English Rev/Preview

71033-5D

Grade 8 Math Rev/Preview

40127-2D

Grade 9 English Rev/Preview

40468-1D

Grade 10 Math Rev/Preview

71034-2D

Grade 8 Science Rev/Preview

71038-2D

Grade 9 Math Rev/Preview

40941-2D

Grades 8-12 Academic English Prep/ELL

71049-2D

Grade 8 English Rev/Preview

71033-2D

Grade 8 Math Rev/Preview

71039-5D

Grade 9 Science Rev/Preview

40171-2D

Grade 11 English Review/Preview

40087-2D

Grades 8-10 English Digital Storytelling

40172-1D

Grade 8 Thriving, not just Surviving!

40816-2D

Grade 10 Science Rev/Preview

40327-1D

Grades 8-12 Jazz Band B*

Volleyball
Ages 13-18

* Offered at McRoberts Secondary School, 8980 Williams Road.


40391-1D 8:25-10:35 am
40327-1D 11:05 am-1:15 pm

www.RichmondCE.ca or phone 604.668.6123

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FAST-TRACK SUMMER COURSES

Online Learning
Grades10-12
Academic and
Elective Courses

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Richmond Virtual School is an online secondary school that offers quality distributed
learning courses where the majority of the work can be done online at home. Regular
classroom meetings are expected and typically occur twice a week in the summer.
For more information, or to register, please visit our website at

RichmondVirtualSchool.ca or call 604.668.6371

All courses offered by RVS are free to students ordinarily resident in British Columbia.
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Virtual School

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