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Semester II - Starts Monday Feb 3, 2020

by Jeff Boulton -

Semester II courses start on Monday Feb 3, 2020.  Students taking Semester II classes will receive course startup information before Monday Feb 3.  If you don't receive an email before Monday morning, please check your junk/spam mail folder.  If you can't find your startup info please contact Jeff Boulton -

Monday Feb 3rd, should look like:

  1. log into the Leaning Management System (Moodle) & self-register in your course(s), read over your online teachers email very carefully
  2. organize your email: create a folder for your class emails, ex:  Science 10
  3. after you have read over your teacher's email carefully, move the email into the respective course folder (good idea to keep all of your course emails)
  4. start reading your course startup information -read everything very carefully
  5. check over course syllabus and suggested schedule of coursework completion
  6. talk with your cooperating teacher about the online course - if you are unsure ask your online teacher who this is
  7. start working on your coursework
  8. plan each week to follow the course schedule - do not get behind, if anything work ahead

Saskatchewan Online Learning - Virtual High School Courses

First week of class -VERY IMPORTANT:

  • check your email a minimum of 2 times daily - morning and afternoon
  • log into the course and work on the course everyday for a minimum of 1 hour
  • email your teacher any questions you have
  • start working on coursework
  • follow the course schedule - DO NOT GET BEHIND

Welcome to the 2019 School Year!

by Jeff Boulton -

Prairie South Online Learning

The Prairie South Virtual School staff would like to welcome you to the 2019 school year! 

We hope you experience success in your online classes and have a great school year.  Virtual school classes start on Tuesday September 3rd.  Online students will receive an email with course startup information prior to the first day of class. 

On Tuesday Sept 3rd if you haven't received an email please check your junk/spam folder.  If you can't find the email, please send an email to, state your name and class you are in and we will email out course information.

Have a great semester!

Available courses

In this course students investigate concepts related to modern physics such as quantum mechanics, relativity, and nuclear physics.  Students will analyze motion in one and two dimensions and the forces behind the motion.  They will investigate work, power, energy and efficiency within a system as well as the law of conservation of energy.  Lastly, students will explore gravitational, electric, and magnetic fields and their interactions.  Unique to the new science curriculum, students will also be able to complete a student-directed study to explore a topic of personal interest relevant to Physics 30. Please remember, good math skills are important for success in this course.

Prerequisite: Physical Science 20

Forensic Science involves the use of scientific principles to analyze evidence for legal investigations. Forensic scientists collect, preserve, and analyse scientific evidence during the course of an investigation. In this course you will look at crime scene analysis, finger print analysis, trace evidence (including hair, fibers and poisons), DNA profiling, blood, forensic ballistics and manner of death.

The goals of the Forensics 20 Course are to develop:

  • understanding of the science behind Forensics, including real-life examples of its application in the solving of crimes;
  • awareness of the variety of techniques and technologies employed during a criminal investigation and performing some of these techniques in a lab setting;
  • teamwork and relationship skills, required in the area of forensics, particularly during an investigation;
  • opportunities to explore potential career options in the area of forensics;
  • problem-solving and critical thinking skills when analyzing cases and potential evidence.