For Students

Boyle Street Education Centre Online Resources

 

BSEC Student Handbook
BSEC Student Handbook 2017-18

PowerSchool: Helps students and parents track Attendance and Grades
 – If you would like a logon account please talk to Rich or Mary.

Media Smarts – A unit for students to learn about safe ways of living and working online.

Moodle: BSEC Online Learning Site

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BoyleStreetEducationCentre

Twitter: https://twitter.com/BoyleStreetEd

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/BoyleStreetEd

School Help


THOUSANDS of YouTube tutorials on Math, Science, and Social Studies

GSA


It Gets Better, Canada (video)

Incentives For Students


Speak Out

Boyle Street Education Centre Scholarship for Metis and Non-Status graduating students

Work Readiness


ALIS Career Investigation

Upcoming Job Fairs with ALIS

City of Edmonton Jobs

Student Services


Beginners Guide to Renting

Housing List

The Society for Safe and Caring Schools

Alberta Supports – Great site for finding any service or support program in Alberta!

Raising Your Child – Alberta Government site with information to help you raise a happy and healthy baby.

Advancing Futures

Alberta Health Care Applications

Social Insurance Information and Application (S.I.N. Cards)

Status Applications

Publications

 

A handbook of hopeful strategies for youth and young adults.

The goal of this handbook is to help young people, like you, learn more about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). It also offers strategies that you can use to better understand yourself, improve your relationships, manage your feelings, do better in school and live a healthy life. Copyright © 2007 Boyle Street Education Centre & Agnieszka Olszewska

Print copies are available for purchase from:

Learning Resources Centre
12360-142 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta
T5L 4X9

Telephone: 780-427-2767
Fax: 780-422-9750

Web: www.lrc.education.gov.ab.ca

Product Number: 752656
Price: $5.00 + GST

The Unofficial Guide to Pregnancy, Education, and Resources

Each year, many students face unplanned pregnancies. This guide aims to help pregnant students decide how to deal with their unplanned pregnancies and (if continuing with them), help them carry out physically and mentally healthy pregnancies, to plan for the transition to parenthood, and to make full use of the resources available to them during and after their pregnancies. Copyright © 2008 Ann Schreuders and Boyle Street Education Centre

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