Resources - Allotment


Resource and Service allocations – $600 per student/per year
Resource and service allocations are provided by the school district to support the student learning plan within the Ministry of Education guidelines. All resources must be kept secular in nature. Allotment can be used for approved community programs, memberships, and for Vendors. All purchases must be made directly through the Learning Centre. No reimbursements to parents are permitted.

Allotment purchases commence October 1st and must be complete by Spring Break.

Regular classes at the Learning Centre are free. Allotment can be used for extra programs such as out Outdoor Explorers, Music programs, and Camp Sasamat.

Find details here:  Allotment Resource List
Family Parent allocation form – liability

Highlights at Hume Park Learning Centre

COVID 19 Info and Updates

CURRENT STATUS (Last updated August 25)
-Learning offerings in the fall will include outdoor activities, online workshops for students and parents, personalized learning plans, access to learning resources, and thematic family projects.
-Registration is currently open for new students. Contact Karen Blackburn more

June 18th – Principal’s Message

Dear Parents/Guardians of Hume Park,

Hello everyone, my name is Iain Lancaster and I’ve taken on the administrative duties of the Home Learners’ Program while Mr. Sadler is on leave. I’ve been in the role for a little over a month now and in that time, I’ve had the privilege of getting to know the Hume Park staff. I have been impressed with the dedication, professionalism and passion that each of the staff members brings to the school. more

April 20th – Prinicpal’s Message

Dear Parents/Guardians,
I am providing you another quick update to let you know how much we appreciate your flexibility and adaptability, while we work with your children remotely and online. Many of your children have started to participate in remote classrooms through Google and Microsoft Teams. This has allowed us to continue the rich and meaningful learning that has always been a feature of the Home Learners Program at Hume Park. more