Supervised Alternative Learning is an option for students who, for a variety of reasons are not meeting with success within the regular school program.

A SAL placement might include one or more of the following:

  • Full time or part time paid employment at an approved place of work;
  • Volunteer placement at an approved organization;
  • Part time employment with a part time volunteer placement;
  • Part time employment with part time school;
  • Other activities suited to the student’s needs;
  • Completion of a life-skills program.

For more information on SAL, please contact your child’s school Guidance Counsellor who will work closely with the School Attendance Counsellor in order to determine if this is a viable option.