Below you will find a file with a list of teachers in the district that offer private tutoring. We have included their email addresses. Please contact them directly to inquire about their services and fees. 2018/2019 Tutor List
If you are an ADTA member & would like to add your name to this list please contact Nicole at firstname.lastname@example.org
CampOUT! is a social justice summer camp forqueer, trans, Two-Spirit, questioning, and allied youth ages 14-21 from across BC & the Yukon. The camp is held on Gambier Island, unceded Coast Salish territories. In affiliation with the University of British Columbia, the camp provides opportunities to develop leadership skills, build self-esteem, foster hope and resilience, and connect with resources to support health and well-being (physical, mental, social, sexual, educational, and spiritual). Participants return to their home communities with new skills, resources, and friendships. CampOUT! provides a supportive space for LGBTQ2S+ youth to celebrate and be celebrated for who they are. Interested in applying as a camper? Visit the Camper Applications page! Contact UBC CampOUT if you have any questions.
BCTF Presentations for Parents
The British Columbia Teachers' Federation (BCTF) has a long history of working with parents, and know that students do better when parents take an active interest in their learning. The BCTF offers 10 different presentations: Antibullying, Advocating for your child, Aboriginal content in the curriculum: Exploring historical relationships between indigenous & non-indigenous peoples, So we have a revised curriculum: What does this mean for my child?, Social media 4 parents, Student privacy: What parents need to know about the collection of student data, Supporting your child's learning, Supporting gender-inclusive communities, Talking about racism: Setting the stage for meaningful dialogue, Why no school today? Professional development and my child's classroom. Please click on the flyer below for more information.
BCTF Presentations for Aboriginal Parents
The BC Teachers' Federation has made a commitment to work in the area of Aboriginal education, and, in particular, with Aboriginal parents in BC. The Federation, in conjunction with Aboriginal teachers, has created presentations for Aboriginal parents. Please click on the flyer below for more information.
Additional parent resources (hot topics, special education, safety at school & more) can be located on the BCTF website in the "For Parents" section.