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Victoria-Albert School offers Special Education programming for students with
Integrated Special Education programming which meets the special
educational needs of students in a regular classroom setting. The classroom teacher and Special Education
Teacher work closely with families and students to provide individualized
programming and services as needed. Families and students are involved in
developing and reviewing the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) on a regular
A Learning Assistance Centre (LAC) for students who are in Grades 4-6 and who
have severe emotional or behavioural disorders. Some of these students exhibit
behaviour that requires intensive support and intervention. The major goal of
the programs is to help the students develop the social, self-management,
self-control and problem-solving skills that are necessary to re-integrate into
the regular classroom and community. Some of the students may also have an
Individualized Education Plan (IEP).