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Early French Immersion Study - Okanagan Skaha School District

Early French Immersion Study - Okanagan Skaha School District

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Report from working that studied feasiblity of early French immersion program in the Okanagan Skaha School District
Report from working that studied feasiblity of early French immersion program in the Okanagan Skaha School District

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EFI Committee Report
Utilizing data from both the Facilities Review Report from 2010 and current Elementary enrollments thefollowing projections have been used for this report.
Projected Kindergarten September 2014
Carmi 30GHES - 55Kaleden 13Columbia 40Trout Creek - 21Naramata 10Parkway 59West Bench - 15Queen’s Park – 28Uplands – 40Wiltse - 41
To calculate a projected EFI enrollment, a 10 year average LFI enrollment by school was calculated fromexisting data, survey results from current Gr 6-8 LFI parents was tabulated, and the above projections ofKindergarten numbers were used.
EFI Enrollment projections for September 2014
Summerland – 18-20 studentsPenticton – 45-50 including Non SD 67 students, 50-55 including Summerland students
Facility (Classroom) requirements
The following projections (with projected attrition) have been used to determine the number of classroomsrequired.
2 Classes at each grade
Year 1 2014/15 – 4 classrooms required
GradeKGr 1
Div 122Div 222Div 324Div 424
Total4448
Year 2 – 2015/16 – 6 classrooms required
GradeKGr 1Gr 2
Div 122Div 222Div 322Div 421Div 523Div 623
Total444346
Year 3 – 2016/17 – 8 classrooms required
GradeKGr 1Gr 2Gr 3
Div 122Div 222Div 322Div 421Div 520Div 621
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Div 722Div 823
Total44434145
Year 4 – 2017/18 – 9 classrooms required
GradeKGr 1Gr 2Gr 3Gr 4
Div 122Div 222Div 322Div 421Div 523Div 6185Div 724Div 81113Div 930
Total4443414043
Year 5 – 2018/19 – minimum 10, likely 11 required as this maximizes every class
GradeKGr 1Gr 2Gr 3Gr 4Gr 5
Div 122Div 222Div 324Div 4195Div 524Div 61212Div 724Div 8420Div 91812Div 1030Total444341403842
1 Class at each grade
Year 1 2014/15 – 2 classrooms required
GradeKGr 1
Div 122Div 224
Total2224
Year 2 – 2015/16 – 3 classrooms required
GradeKGr 1Gr 2
Div 122Div 221Div 323
Total222123
Year 3 – 2016/17 – 4 classrooms required
GradeKGr 1Gr 2Gr 3
Div 122Div 221Div 320Div 422
Total22212022
Year 4 – 2017/18 – 5 classrooms required
GradeKGr 1Gr 2Gr 3Gr 4
Div 122
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Div 221Div 320Div 419Div 521
Total2221201921
Year 5 – 2018/19 – 5 classrooms required, close to maximizing class sizes
GradeKGr 1Gr 2Gr 3Gr 4Gr 5
Div 122Div 221Div 3204Div 4158Div 51020
Total
222120191820
Summary - Space Requirements for EFI
two K’s and two Gr. 1’s for Sept 2014
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2014/15: 4 classrooms (K and Gr 1)
 –
2015/16: 6 classrooms (K, 1, 2)
 –
2016/17: 8 classrooms (K, 1, 2, 3)
 –
2017/18: 9 classrooms (K, 1, 2, 3/4)
 –
2018/19: 10 or 11 classrooms (K, 1, 2, 3, 4/5)one class of K and one class of Gr 1 for Sept 2014
 –
2014/15: 2 classrooms (K and Gr 1)
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2015/16: 3 classrooms (K, 1, 2)
 –
2016/17: 4 (K, 1, 2, 3)
 –
2017/18: 5 (K, 1, 2, 3, 4)
 –
2018/19: 5 (K, 1, 2, 3/4, 4/5)
Available Space
Both Giant’s Head and Trout Creek are projected to have one (1) available classroom forSeptember, 2014. With the projected EFI enrollment at both Giant’s Head and TroutCreek it is likely that 1 or 2 additional classroom spaces would be available as the leadclass moved into intermediate in 2017/18. In addition, there is the possibility ofboundary changes to create additional spaces. Without significant boundary changes, anEFI program at either GHES or TC would require the addition of 2, possibly 3,classrooms.The Penticton area schools with the most available space are Carmi and Wiltse. Initiallythey would have 3 or 4 classroom spaces, increasing to 6 at Wiltse and 5 at Carmi if ELIwas at either of those schools. Changing of boundaries would be more of a challenge inPenticton, however there may be some opportunity regarding Wiltse’s boundaries tocreate more space at that school. There would definitely be a requirement for additionalclassroom spaces, 5 or 6 classrooms, at Carmi or Wiltse by the 2016/17 school year.Questions from Feasibility Study?Page 3 of 10

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