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Room 118

This classroom serves students in Kindergarten and Grade One. Our goal is to maximize the students' potential in the following areas:

Communication skills

Academics

Social skills 

School coping skills

Emotional stability

 

We will achieve these goals through individual educational programming and preparing students to transition into regular education classes or other special education classrooms.

Academic and social teaching will be a combination of Kindergarten and Grade one curriculum with an understanding of age and developmental appropriate skills and outcomes. Many students learn best through hands on experience and small group instruction. Academic skills will e taught there center based activities and flexible groupings.


ECBTP - Early Childhood Behaviour Treatment Program

This classroom serves students in Kindergarten and Grade One who have severe emotional or behavioural disorders. In addition to pre-academic or academic instruction, the students require instruction in social skills, support for their emotional development, and support in general preschool development.

The classroom model is self-contained with some integration into regular education classes whenever appropriate.

Goals:

To maximize the students' potential in the following areas:

 - communication skills

 - academics

 - social skills 

 -school coping skills

 - emotional stability 

 - through an individual educational program and intensive staffing supports.

To prepare the students to transition into regular education classes or other special education classrooms.

Referral:

Students are referred to the Special Education Department by schools completing the referral form or if the child is registering in school for the first time, through the Early Childhood Transition Network. Referrals document the student's severe behaviour disorder and developmental needs. Parent permission is required. 












 
 
 
 


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