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1 S ummer Session 2016 Elementary Elementary Sites Armstrong 8757 Armstrong Avenue Brentwood Park 1455 Delta Avenue Cameron 9540 Erickson Drive Capitol Hill 350 S. Holdom Avenue Chaffey-Burke 4404 Sardis Street Clinton 5858 Clinton Street Edmonds th Avenue Inman 3963 Brandon Street Kitchener 1351 S. Gilmore Avenue Marlborough 6060 Marlborough Avenue Maywood 4567 Imperial Street Morley 7355 Morley Street Seaforth 7881 Government Road Taylor Park 7590 Mission Avenue Twelfth Avenue th Avenue Academic Courses Skill Development Courses Transition Courses Activity & Enrichment Programs ELL Program Byte Camp Secondary Sites Burnaby Mountain 8800 Eastlake Drive Burnaby North 751 Hammarskjold Drive Burnaby South 5455 Rumble Street Byrne Creek th Street Courses and Programs Start July 11 See inside to find out if your child is eligible for one tuition-free academic course this summer* Register at or

2 NEW 2 Online April 18 - June 30 By Phone April 18 - June 30: Mon - Fri, 9:30am - 4pm IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR NON-BURNABY SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENTS To select courses ONLINE starting April 18, YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER IN PERSON (5325 Kincaid Street) April at 9:30am - 3:30pm. Be sure to print and fill out the Pre-registration Form on the last page of this brochure. Or REGISTER IN PERSON starting April 25. Non-Burnaby School District students must provide the following when registering or pre-registering: Proof of student s birthdate (birth certificate or passport) Proof of guardianship (parents or guardians as shown on birth certificate or other appropriate legal documentation such as landed immigrant paper or guardianship order granted by the courts) Proof of citizenship for both the parent and the student (Canadian birth certificate, citizenship card, passport, landed immigrant document, permanent resident card) Proof of residency of the parent or guardian and student - 2 required, with at least 1 from Category A Category A: proof of ownership of dwelling or long-term lease or rental of dwelling; legal documents indicating BC residence; parent or guardian filing income tax returns as a BC resident Category B: BC hydro bill, BC cable bill, Provincial driver s licence, provincial registration of automobile, Canadian bank accounts or credit cards Copy of student s most recent school marks (report card or transcript of academic record) BC Personal Education Number (PEN) Are you eligible A limited number of academic courses are funded by the BC Ministry of Education making them tuition-free for eligible students who meet the following criteria. Your child must: be a Canadian Citizen, permanent resident or convention refugee attend a BC school in the school year and ordinarily resides in BC with parent/guardian have a BC Personal Education Number (PEN) Students must meet the criteria above* and provide their Personal Education Number (PEN) when registering. ONE tuition-free academic course per eligible student. Full attendance is required. Those not eligible or those signing up for courses requiring fees must pay by cash, money order, or Visa or Mastercard. Learning Support If your child has an IEP and/or a Fraser Health Care Plan or Consultation Report, and is currently receiving additional learning support from an Education Assistant at school, you must register by May 20, and indicate this at the time of registration. First priority of students requiring additional learning support will be given to Burnaby School District regular session students. Students who register after May 20 will be placed on a waitlist, and are not guaranteed a summer session placement. Students on the waitlist will be contacted if a space becomes available and will only be registered when the space is confirmed. Non-Burnaby School District students must register in person and bring the child s IEP and all documentation required for registration. Transfers A $35 fee will be charged for all requested transfers unless recommended by the Burnaby School District. Refunds for courses requiring a fee A $35 registration fee will be retained for all requested refunds for courses requiring fees. Requests for refunds must be made in writing and include original receipt. July 13 is the final day for transfers and refunds. Course Locations & Cancellations Courses and their locations cannot be guaranteed. Course offerings are subject to sufficient enrolment and may be moved or cancelled prior to the course start date. For updated information, visit IMPORTANT: Final report cards must be presented to the teacher on the first day of academic classes

3 SCHOOLS OFFERING MORNING & AFTERNOON COURSES Students should bring their lunch if staying for the morning and afternoon. Supervision is provided. Capitol Hill Elementary 350 South Holdom Avenue P700 French Immersion P705 P750 P800 P850 French Immersion P805 French Immersion P860 Essay & Report Writing Intermediate P680 P610 P640 Imagination Quest Intermediate P674 P975 ACTIVITY PROGRAMS Required Tuition: $310 International students: $665 IMPORTANT One tuition-free academic course per eligible student. Full attendance is required. Marlborough Elementary 6060 Marlborough Avenue ELL Going into grades 1-3 M500 ELL Going into grades 4-7 M510 M700 French Immersion M705 M750 M800 M850 French Immersion M805 French Immersion M860 Essay & Report Writing Intermediate M680 Math Workshop Intermediate M650 M610 M660 M640 French Introduction & Enrichment Intermediate M685 Odyssey of the Mind Intermediate M675 Summer Fun with Music Primary M676 July :45-4pm July :45-4pm Enrichment & Recreation Going into grades 2-4 Enrichment & Recreation Going into grades 5-7 P004 P005 Odyssey of the Mind Intermediate M875 SEE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ON PAGES 8 & 9 ACTIVITY PROGRAMS Required Tuition: $310 International students: $665 July :45-4pm Drama/Musical Theatre Going into grades 2-7 Enrichment & Recreation Going into Grades 2-4 Enrichment & Recreation Going into Grades 5-7 M002 M000 M001 3

4 SCHOOLS OFFERING MORNING ONLY COURSES Armstrong Elementary 8757 Armstrong Avenue July am - 12:15pm A700 A800 A850 A660 A630 A670 A975 Cameron Elementary 9540 Erickson Drive July am - 12:15pm Essay & Report Writing Intermediate Math Workshop Intermediate Art: Masters Exploration Intermediate Odyssey of the Mind Intermediate SEE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ON PAGES 8 & 9 C700 C800 C850 C680 C650 C610 C660 C630 C670 C975 C674 C675 Brentwood Park Elementary 1455 Delta Avenue IMPORTANT One tuition-free academic course per eligible student. Full attendance is required. B700 B750 B800 B850 B610 B660 B640 B630 B670 B975 4

5 Chaffey-Burke Elementary 4404 Sardis Street ELL - Going into grades 1-3 ELL - Going into grades 4-7 Essay and Report Writing Intermediate Math Workshop Intermediate Wonder Workshop Intermediate Brain Gymnastics Intermediate F500 F510 F700 F800 F850 F680 F650 F610 F660 F630 F670 F674 F675 Edmonds Community Avenue ELL - Going into grades 1-3 ELL - Going into grades 4-7 Sports & Rec Primary E500 E510 E700 E750 E800 E850 E970 E975 Clinton Elementary 5858 Clinton Street Essay and Report Writing Intermediate Math Workshop Intermediate L700 L750 L800 L850 L680 L650 L660 L630 L670 Inman Elementary 3963 Brandon Street N700 N750 Skill Development French Primary N705 N800 N850 French Immersion N805 French Immersion N855 N630 N670 N660 N640 Manga Mania & the Graphic Novel Intermediate N675 SEE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ON PAGES 8 & 9 IMPORTANT One tuition-free academic course per eligible student. Full attendance is required. 5

6 IMPORTANT One tuition-free academic course per eligible student. Full attendance is required. Kitchener Elementary 1351 S. Gilmore Avenue Morley Elementary 7355 Morley Street Sports & Rec - Intermediate K700 K750 K800 K850 K610 K660 K640 K630 K670 K975 ELL - Going into grades 1-3 O500 ELL - Going into grades 4-7 O510 O700 O800 O850 Essay and Report Writing Intermediate O680 Fun in the Sun with Reading O640 O630 O670 Drama: Developing Skills Through Play Going into grades 3-5 O675 Modern Music - Intermediate O674 Maywood Community 4567 Imperial Street ELL - Going into grades 1-3 ELL - Going into grades 4-7 Y500 Y510 Y700 Y750 Y800 Y850 Y610 Y660 Y630 Y670 SEE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ON PAGES 8 & 9 6

7 Seaforth Elementary 7881 Government Road S700 S800 S850 French Immersion S825 Writers Workshop - Primary S610 Writers Workshop - Intermediate S660 S630 S670 Twelfth Avenue Elementary th Avenue ELL - Going into grades 1-3 ELL - Going into grades 4-7 Ready! Set! Go! Going Into Grade 1 Ready! Set! Go! Going Into Grade 4 smart start Art - Intermediate Athletics & Literacy - Intermediate T900 T910 T700 T750 T800 T850 T970 T980 Taylor Park Elementary 7590 Mission Avenue R700 R750 Ready! Set! Go! Going Into Grade 1 R800 Ready! Set! Go! Going Into Grade 4 R850 Essay & Report Writing Intermediate R680 Writers Workshop - Primary R610 R640 R630 R670 R975 Get Outdoors: Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds Primary R976 SEE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ON PAGES 8 & 9 Grade 7/8 Transition ACADEMIC COURSE Are you on your way to secondary school in September? Designed to assist with the transition from Grade 7 to Grade 8, this course will prepare you for some of the classwork and expose you to life at the secondary school level. An introduction to the Math 8 and English 8 curriculums with an emphasis on research and study skills will be included. Students will gain an understanding of the expectations and behaviours required for success in Grade 8. Fee paying students: $890 July am - 12:00pm Burnaby Mountain 8800 Eastlake Drive 8013 Burnaby North 751 Hammarskjold Drive 8014 Burnaby South 5455 Rumble Street 8016 Byrne Creek th Street 8015 IMPORTANT One tuition-free academic course per eligible student. Full attendance is required. 7

8 ACADEMIC COURSE DESCRIPTIONS One Tuition-free academic course per eligible student Art: Masters Exploration (Intermediate) Come learn to paint, draw and design like the old and new masters. You will learn to do art in the style of Vincent Van Gogh, Henri Matisse, Edvard Munch and others. Athletes & Literacy (Intermediate) Read, Write, Perform! A fun way to combine reading and writing with basketball and athletics. Learn and improve your basketball skills and learn more about sports and athletes through reading and writing response journals. Each day s session will be a combination of basketball skills, daily physical training and in class time to read, write and learn! Brain Gymnastics (Intermediate) Give your brain a fun workout every day! Learn strategies to see fascinating puzzles from different perspectives and find creative solutions to interesting challenges. This course will help students improve their skills in creative problem-solving and critical thinking such as observing, comparing, analyzing, evaluating and drawing conclusions. Drama - Developing Skills Through Play (Going into grades 3-5) This class will provide students with the opportunity to learn and practice several drama skills. Activities will include: drama games, Story Theatre improvisation, character building, script work and physical and vocal warm-ups. English Language Learners These classes are designed to provide opportunities for elementary students to improve their English language skills in an interactive and social environment. The focus is on listening, speaking, reading and writing along with increased vocabulary development. Grade 7 students may register for either the Elementary ELL Program or Secondary ELL Program. Essay and Report Writing (Intermediate) Learn an easy to follow formula to help communicate ideas and focus thoughts while adding style and meaning to your writing. Students will practice fundamental skills of paragraph organization, topic development, effective conclusions, and revision/editing skills. French Introduction and Enrichment (Intermediate) Looking to maintain or improve your child s French during the summer? Thinking about Late French Immersion? This activity- centred and communicative-based course will keep students moving and having fun in French. Open to beginners and novice students. Fun in the Sun With Reading (Primary) Develop an appreciation for the enjoyment of literature, increase confidence with the printed word and get a jumpstart for September. The development of literacy, critical thinking and higher level thinking skills will be stressed while participating in a variety of literary experiences. Get Outdoors: Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds (Primary) This class cultivates creativity, imagination and a sense of wonder. Students will develop healthy bodies and minds; including important observational, sensory and experimental skills, while building connections to the community. 8 Grade 7/8 Transition This course is for students that have successfully completed grade 7 and would like exposure to life at the secondary level. An introduction to Mathematics 8, English 8 and expectations and behaviours required for success in grade 8. Imagination Quest (Intermediate) Your imagination can take you anywhere! An ipad can help you in that journey too. In this creative, imaginative course students will learn critical thinking, spontaneous problem solving skills, and the power of group work while building spaceships! Children will document their exploration via ipads and explore their ability to problem solve in critical and creative ways. Manga Mania and the Graphic Novel (Intermediate) Bring Manga characters to life by exploring drawing, rendering and painting techniques. Develop your own story full of adventure and delight. Your imagination and love of drawing are all you need. Math Workshop (Intermediate) Students will be involved in activities that review and further develop their numeracy skills in the Number, Patterns and Relationships, and Shape and Space strands of the curriculum. Students will be exploring concepts concretely, pictorially, and symbolically. Modern Music (Intermediate) Students will expand existing skills and develop new ones in a fun, interactive environment featuring their favorite contemporary songs and rock classics. We ll work on songwriting, composition, instrumental skill/vocal skills and on stage performance techniques and incorporate technology (ipads) into music creation. Students will gain greater mastery of improvisation, both as soloists and in groups/combos. Odyssey of the Mind (Intermediate) Do you like working with hammers and saws? Do you enjoy crafting? Are you interested in how to make a vehicle move by itself? Design it! Build it! Make it go! We ll think, act and make our way through creative problems that include construction, vehicles, drama and art. Learn new ways of thinking about everyday problems. Join us on an Odyssey of the Mind!

9 DESCRIPTIONS ~ Continued One Tuition-free academic course per eligible student Ready! Set! Go! (Going into Grade 1) Students who have successfully completed Kindergarten can participate in this hands-on course which is designed to stimulate minds in playful ways through engaging activities in a social setting. Ready! Set! Go! (Going into Grade 1 - French Immersion) Students who have successfully completed French Immersion Kindergarten can participate in this hands-on course which is designed to stimulate minds in playful ways through engaging activities in a social setting. Ready! Set! Go! (Going into Grade 4) For students who have successfully completed Grade 3. Grade 4 can be a challenging year for some students. Grade 4 organizational skills and behavioural expectations will be explored. Basic reading, writing and math skills will be covered in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. Join the fun. (French Immersion) This course is for French Immersion students who have successfully completed grade 3. Students will be offered skill practice and strategies to be successful in Grade 4. Skill Development (Primary and Intermediate) These courses provide your elementary-aged child with the opportunity to practice and review Language Arts and Mathematics foundation skills in individual and group settings. Skill Development (Primary - French Immersion) This course is for elementary-aged French Immersion students. It gives them the opportunity to practice and review Language Arts and Mathematics foundation skills in individual and group settings. Sports and Rec (Primary and Intermediate) Continue to develop your physical abilities through a variety of athletic activities. Skill development, game strategy, physical fitness and recreation opportunities will help you hone your athletic skills. Learn the health benefits of regular physical activity and how to access opportunities to be active in the school and community through this fun and informative course. Participants will learn to set goals, develop a plan, and work towards improving fitness levels and developing new physical activity skills. Summer Fun with Music (Primary) Come and spend your mornings playing with music! This class uses traditional hand-clapping, ball-bouncing and skipping games to learn music. We will play musical games outside and then come inside to play the rhythms and melodies of the chants and songs on a variety of instruments. The class will include some free exploration of instruments. Smart Start Art (Intermediate) This art course focuses on developing interactions between each student s creative expressions and their personal appreciation of art. Students will design a portfolio: a collection of their summer artwork and artistic ideas. Projects include: drawing, painting, printmaking and image development. Surprising Science (Primary and Intermediate) Students in both the primary and intermediate programs will have fun while learning scientific principles and methods through active hands-on experimentation. Wonder Workshop (Intermediate) Ever wonder why the sky is blue or why grass is green? What makes popcorn pop, or things glow in the dark? What do you wonder and what do you want to find out? Students will explore personal interest through a series of research based projects. Along the way, they will develop research and note taking strategies and further their writing abilities as they communicate their findings in a variety of ways. Writer s Workshop (Primary and Intermediate) Do you have a burning desire to be an author? Primary students will work together to build ideas, frame their thinking and use writing to communicate their thinking in a powerful way. Intermediate students will be taken through the steps of the writing process in order to further develop their skills in drafting, editing, revising, and critiquing their writing. ACTIVITY & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS & CAMPS Requires tuition ~ See page 3 Drama/Musical Theatre (Going into grades 2-7) Are you interested in drama and improv? Are you interested in participating in a play or musical? Students will have an opportunity to build their own sets and props during art activities and perform in their own play or musical. Enrichment & Recreation (Going into grades 2-4) During this course students will be involved in leadership activities, sport and recreation activities, art workshops and a variety of fun activities to help them build character, explore their passions, and learn to be leaders through a variety of action based, enjoyable activities. 9 Enrichment & Recreation (Going into grades 5-7) During this course students will be involved in leadership activities, sport and recreation activities, art workshops and a variety of fun activities to help them build character, explore their passions, and learn to be leaders through a variety of action based, enjoyable activities.

10 Byte Camps 2D VIDEO GAME DESIGN (Ages 11-14) Learn how to build an HTML5 game from the ground up using awesome free tools. This is a coding camp, so be prepared to challenge yourself and learn some new skills. Time will be spent learning how to create advanced 2D vector artwork and animated character sprites to make your game look great. The final project is a game you can take home on USB or proudly share with friends online. July am - 3pm 8500 Burnaby North Secondary $250 BUILD AN APP (Ages 11-14) Learn how to design, code, test and deploy your very own app! Use the GPS, accelerometer or anything else you can think of to build your app from scratch. This is a coding camp, so be prepared to challenge yourself and learn some new skills. Each day, a new project is introduced and students are taken through the steps of understanding and working with the new code ideas. Students will get to work on their own project ideas on the final two days. The may use their own mobile devices to develop and test on, or use ours. July am - 3pm 8503 Burnaby North Secondary $250 3D ANIMATION (Ages 11-14) Dreaming of a career with PIXAR? Ever wonder how those awesome 3D animated movies like Shrek, Toy Story and Frozen are made? Spend the week learning how by modeling, animating and telling your own stories in 3D. You ll use Blender, a wonderful (& free!) 3D software to design characters that jump off the screen and then make them come alive by adding voices, soundtracks and completing your own animated short film. Final projects are usually group projects with each student contributing a character and a scene. July am - 3pm 8507 Burnaby North Secondary $250 2D ANIMATION ON TABLET (Ages 9-12) Turn your drawing skill into awesome animation skills on our tablets! We ll show you how to make beautiful animations as wild as your imagination. Participants will learn to storyboard and use some advanced animation skills to make their characters really come alive on the screen. Principles like Squash & Stretch, Anticipation and Exaggeration will be introduced in fun lessons and students will produce their own animated short films by the end of the week. August 2-5 9am - 3pm 8505 Burnaby North Secondary $210 Updated April

11 PRE- REGISTRATION FORM FOR NON-BURNABY STUDENTS ONLY Date Please Print LEGAL Last Name LEGAL First Name LEGAL Middle Name Preferred First Name Gender(please circle) Male Female Birthdate (DD/MM/YY) Present Grade Level PEN # Address Apt. # City Province Postal Code Home Phone Cell Phone School attended in June School attending in September Please circle below which applies to student: Citizenship Status: Canadian Citizen Permanent Resident/Landed Immigrant Refugee/Claimant International Parent / Guardian Information Legal Last Name Legal First Name (Mr/Mrs/Ms/Dr) Address (if different from student) Home Phone Work Phone Cell Phone I certify that the information provided on this form is correct and valid of this date. Parent / Guardian Signature Date Admission Status Student Resides in BC Information and Documentation For Office Use Only Documents/Attachments Proof of Citizenship/Immigration Status Does student require an Educational Assistant Proof of Age Birth Certificate Passport Other Wait List Proof of Residency Copy of IEP Medical Alert Forms Filled out (if applicable)

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