We gratefully acknowledge, respect, recognize and appreciate that we live, learn and work and teach on the traditional territories of the Kwanlin Dun First Nations and the Ta'an Kwächän Council.
Careers 08 Curriculum (Formerly HACE)
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Heads UP! (This week in Careers 08)
For more information, parents and students are encouraged to check out the Wood St. Centre homepage at the link below.
Wood Street Centre 411 Wood Street, Whitehorse Yukon, Y1A 2E9 Phone: 867-667-8413 Fax: 867-393-6244
Course Materials Week by Week
This will include learning materials accessed digitally in the classroom, deadlines, assignments and supplementary / support materials.
If a student misses time, they are expected to access their work on this site. If there is limited access from home or the location in which a student will be spending time, students will need to use access when they are back at school in Lunch Labs, after school or on breaks, or access resources available through services like the Whitehorse Public Library, Skookum Jim Friendship Centre's After School Tutoring Program, the Kwanlin Dün Kenädän Ku House of Learning, and/or other available community resources.
Circumstances changed unexpectedly, twice in a row; students are now back on their initial schedules in which this course will be led by Ms. Robin Carrey. Ms. Carrey and all of the students in this class would like to sincerely thank Ms. Sidaway-Wolf for her expertise, her kindness, her humour and her dedication; she made the first two weeks of the course thoroughly engaging. We are all grateful for the opportunity to work with and learn from you, Ms. "Sideways-Coyote"!
Weeks 1 & 2 - Monday, January 21st to Friday, February 1st
(The symptoms below are sourced from the BYTE! Yukon page on Suicide Prevention).
Kids Help Phone
Canada Suicide Prevention Service
Mental Wellness Substance Use Services
Mental Health Association of Yukon
The services linked here are not intended to replace treatment or advice from qualified medical practitioners who can work with you directly. They may be able to help you to access local services or offer advice on how to get the best help to meet your needs.
Quality health and social services for Yukoners