Pathways helps develop learning opportunities and programs in such a way to value all learners, all choices and all destinations.
The goal of Pathways K-12 is to provide learners with a variety of engaging learning opportunities including:
- contextualized learning experiences that incorporate real world situations,
- facilitating the development of learners who know themselves (including the ability to identify their own strengths, accomplishments and competencies)
- creating a plan to work toward goals, and future education and career opportunities.
There are five Pathways that students may choose to pursue after secondary school and they are all valued equally. They are Apprenticeship, College, Community, University and Work.
Through Pathways students are encouraged to take advantage of the opportunities provided in elementary and secondary school to know themselves, identify strengths, set educational and career goals and create a Pathways plan to achieve them.
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Enjoy a recap of the Pathways Information Night held on January 23, 2020 at M.M. Robinson High School