ADLC Closure

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ADLC Farewell Celebration

A celebration event honouring ADLC’s history and contributions to distance education will be held on June 23 at 3:30pm MST via Zoom, details below. A website has also been created for anyone interested in providing their memories, pictures or thoughts of ADLC. Visit adlcmemories.ca for the details. https://zoom.us/j/93306189886?pwd=UmxTUSs4clVQNEg1b0VvQTVUcHNVQT09 Meeting ID: 933 0618 9886 Passcode: c6sHj&tr...

Every Child Matters

Flags are being lowered and staff is wearing orange in their remembrance of the 215 Indigenous children who lost their lives at the Kamloops, B.C. residential school. This devastating discovery is a reminder that we must continue in our commitment to truth and reconciliation.
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In-Person Exam Supervision

The pressure on schools due to COVID-19 and changing Public Health Measures is very challenging for students, schools and ADLC. We recognize this challenge and are prepared to support you and your students in any way we can. ADLC exam supervision normally requires registering schools to proctor exams. This meets our shared goal of accurately assessing students'...
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Karla Montgomery Receives Exemplary Teacher Award

Karla Montgomery is the Department Head of Senior High Science at the Alberta Distance Learning Centre and has been with ADLC for over 6 years. Karla is committed to student success—her students know that she is always available for extra help and she spends many hours in online meetings with students. As a department head,...

Camile DeZaeyer Receives Exemplary Support Services Award

Camile DeZaeyer has worked in the Distribution Department at the Alberta Distance Learning Centre (ADLC) for over 8 years. Due to the pandemic, ADLC has seen an increased demand for student materials. Camile has gone above and beyond to see that resources are organized and expedited efficiently. He understands the importance of getting student learning...

2020 Holiday Break Information

The holiday break is quickly approaching! See when we are, and are not, available: December 21-23: ADLC support staff available, teachers on holiday break December 24-January 1, 2021: ADLC is closed January 4, 2021: All staff available If you have specific deadlines for your students, please keep this holiday closure in mind as it may...
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February 1 Start Date for All New SI High School Enrollments

At the beginning of the school year, we introduced class size limits and a practice of setting strict timelines for students to complete their courses. Throughout the latter part of the fall, we have been very close, or at, our class size limits. In some courses, we were not able to accept registrations and subsequently,...
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Affiliation Exam Supervision Expectation

Like many, we are busy navigating the complexities of the recently announced public health measures. We are grateful that the well-being and safety of everyone is at the forefront.  November 30 marks the first day of at-home learning, and while this will be a change for some schools and students, ADLC is already supporting students...
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Temporary Enrollment Process for PE, Foundations for Training Courses

Updated February 3, 2021: Registration in ADLC Physical Education courses continues to be suspended until further notice. Despite being cautiously optimistic with the impending easing of Alberta Health Service Public Health measures, students will still face challenges meeting program outcomes. These courses require that students be able to participate in group activities, which remain prohibited...
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Expectations Regarding Partner School Responsibilities

We are pleased to inform you that ADLC course enrollments are up in many departments. Your students’ success depends on our collaboration and working together. While we wish for every student to have a successful start in their ADLC course(s), we have had a small number of students where that is not the case.  To...
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