Enhanced Educational Supports Program (EES)

Students who require additional help are supported in our school by our Student Learning Team (SLT), which includes our administration, our resource team, Area Student Services Specialists, psychologists and educational assistants. This Student Learning Team is responsible for supporting teachers in differentiating classroom instruction, as well as accessing additional resources, materials and services for students, as deemed necessary through regular reviews at our school learning team meetings.

The Enhanced Educational Supports (EES) class supports students with moderate to severe developmental delays.  The EES class focuses on building foundational learner skills in functional academics, communication, daily living and citizenship.  Programming to promote social/emotional and physical wellbeing are also important features of the EES class.  Students are supported by a teacher and a multi-disciplinary team including educational assistants, specialists, strategists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech-language therapists and psychology.

Please visit the CBE website for the information regarding programming for complex needs

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