Career & Personal Awareness
Tyson MacGillvray, Assistant Superintendent, Senior Years & Career Programs
The Career Studies Department encompasses High School Programs,
Career/Personal Awareness, Home Placement, Work Education, Adult and
Continuing Education, P.E.N.T., Health and Wellness, and Physical
Education. These programs provide services and resources to assist
students develop the knowledge, skills, strategies and attitudes leading
to secondary school graduation and development of leadership and
employability skills for the successful transition from secondary school
to post secondary training and/or the world of work.
Expanded Options Program (EOP)
The Expanded Options Program is a program that allows students to take
Technical Vocational and other option courses currently not being
offered at their school.
Week #1 October 5-9, 2009
Week #2 May17-21, 2010
Regional Career Days 2010
Frontier Regional Career Days will be held March 8-12, 2010 this year. Locations will be confirmed by mid November.
University College of the North and Frontier School Division invite schools to participate in CareerX 2010.
CareerX is a 6-day career orientation program for Grade 8 students who
will be enrolling in high school in September. The overall goal is to
have students start to think of life after high school. High school is
far more meaningful for students who have set goals for themselves and
understand how high school prepares them for a post secondary career.
Please contact Don McCaskill for more information