The School Psychologist provides support for all students to help them achieve the most from their educational experiences. The School Psychologist offers consultation to parents, teachers and school personnel and provides assessment when recommended by the Multi-disciplinary Team. In addition, direct intervention for problem solving with students and families is also available. The School Psychologist may also provide educational programs to help parents, school personnel and others be more effective in their roles.
The School Social Worker provides direct intervention and consultation with students, teachers and families, referrals are made to appropriate community services. Contact is facilitated and maintained with the outside agency to ensure that school, family and community programs are working toward common goals for the student.
The BC Achievement Team is a clinical team that meets weekly to review individual student’s academic, social, and emotional concerns and monitor student academic progress.