Inclusion

Inclusive Education

Students come to school with diverse learning needs. Establishing an authentic sense of belonging is essential to the success and wellbeing for all. In Lethbridge School District No. 51 we are committed to creating a learning environment that is inclusive and provides choices to students and parents. Through a collaborative team based approach we work with families and community agencies towards success for each student. We focus on the development of a continuum of supports, services and programming options that are intended to address student needs across a variety of settings. Through differentiating instruction and individually identified supports and services, the diverse learning needs of students are met within the context of the regular classroom to the greatest extent possible. Specialized programming is provided to those students who require a different curricular focus or who require a more structured setting.

For Alberta Education information on Supporting Every Student please go to:

http://education.alberta.ca/admin/supportingstudent.aspx

For information on programming, supports and services please contact:

Ann Muldoon, Director of Inclusive Education
Phone: (403) 380-5314
Email: ann.muldoon@lethsd.ab.ca

Safe and Caring Schools

Lethbridge School District No. 51 is committed to providing safe and caring learning environments for staff and students. To view a list of policies that illustrate this commitment, please see the following link:

SAFE AND CARING

Learning Supports and Services

Students come to school with diverse learning needs. Establishing an authentic sense of belonging is essential to the success and wellbeing for all. In Lethbridge School District No. 51 we are committed to creating a learning environment that is inclusive and provides choices to students and parents. Learn more here:

LEARNING SUPPORTS

Counselling Services

Counselling in schools has a rich and diverse history and the role of the school counsellor continues to evolve and change to meet the demands of the current population. Over the decades, the role has changed from providing primarily academic support to a more comprehensive array of services. Learn more here:

COUNSELLING