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The social and emotional well being of our students has never been more important than it is right now. As we continue to navigate an increasingly complex and ever-changing environment, our teachers are continually focusing on the well being of our students. We understand that our recent global challenges have caused a number of different feelings and reactions from our students, and we are working every day to support each of our students in different ways. One of our key school documents is our school development plan, which is a school-specific course of action for the year, outlining which specific areas we are focusing on as a school over the year. These goals can include both academic and well-being goals. For this year, our academic goal will continue to focus on writing, and our well-being goal will focus on student social and emotional well being. As a school, we look at many different ways to support our students with both self-regulation and the learning of appropriate social skills. All of our students are at different spots along the journey, so we support each student specifically in relation to their needs. As our students are in elementary, they are just learning their way socially and emotionally, so we look at any kind of issue as a learning opportunity. We use a number of different programs and strategies, including the Zones of Regulation and Wee Thinkers, as well as all of our supports within the school (like occupational therapists and physical therapists) to best support the needs of our students.
Do you know what to do when your child isn’t feeling well? We have pulled together resources from government and AHS to help #WeAreCBE families understand what they are required to do and when their child may return to school https://t.co/hmX7kjjwrH #yycbe https://t.co/BJ5Nl3GPqA
The Alberta School Councils' Association is conducting a survey to measure the “pandemic pulse” in the province. Families with children in K-12 are invited to participate. The survey will take about 15 minutes and closes on Friday, Nov. 6 https://t.co/GQggL7IRT0 https://t.co/ezYmUarRMj
Important school community connections are being made between students learning at home and learning in-person at Marion Carson School #WeAreCBE https://t.co/5D2uUZuWbY
RT @southlandbus: This week is #SchoolBusSafetyWeek! In recognition, we will be sharing daily safety tips from Oct 19th to 23rd.
Tip #3: Winter Weather
• Dress for the weather! Frostbite can happen in minutes.
• Never leave a child at a bus stop. Weather and traffic can cause route delays. https://t.co/IaJDMOxRWM
RT @ArbourLake_CBE: Grade 7s learn about Pop Art and Romero Britto. #popart https://t.co/qtijAFCa5a