Delta’s Home Quest program is a collaborative partnership between the Delta School District and parents seeking an alternative to traditional classroom-based instruction. The program is designed for students in Kindergarten to Grade 9.
Home Quest is a Ministry-funded Distributed Learning (DL) program that offers participants a range of opportunities to enhance and broaden their educational experiences.
By enrolling in Home Quest participants have access to Delta School District’s educational resources, provincial curriculum materials, and hands-on learning experiences, while maintaining a flexible learning environment within the guidelines of a DL program.
Please note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our grades K- 9 Home Quest program has had to make a shift in its curriculum delivery model. For the 2020/21 school year, the Ministry of Education asked that each school district create a Transition Plan that allows families and their students the flexibility to learn from home until such time that families and students are comfortable returning to their bricks and mortar school.
As a result, currently the Home Quest program is completely online, where K-7 teachers offer weekly virtual classes in Literacy and Numeracy and extension activity options, and Grade 8-9 teachers offer the same in Math, English, Socials and Science. Other curricular areas are explored independently at home with resource ideas provided by Home Quest. Formal report cards are also provided.
It is highly likely that for the 2021/22 school year, our Home Quest Program will return to its normal orders of operation. We hope this will include all our regular community events, field trips, flexible and personal learning plans and in-person class opportunities.
If you are interested in this learning program for your child, please visit the Home Quest website for further information: https://homequest.deltasd.bc.ca/
Home Quest is located at:
Annieville Elementary School
9240 112th Street
Home Quest Coordinator