Education Support Services Department
An inclusive education system supports the learning of each student in inclusive settings through 21st century pedagogical strategies, methods, accommodations, and approaches that are effective and respectful and encourages high expectations and achievement for each. Every child is unique. Our ESS team strives to meet the needs of all of our students here at St. Malachy’s. Every student’s strengths, abilities, and learning needs will be recognized as his/her foundation for learning. Each student’s challenges will be identified, understood, and accommodated. We will act as the advocate for your child to ensure his or her success.
The ESS Resource Role includes coaching, co-teaching, intervention, planning, assessment, collaborative integrated support, differentiated instruction and helping to build capacities through support for students and teachers.
SPR Education Support Services Department
Roz Richard Cynthia Ashfield Sara Vlug Jon Dauphinee
Rashida Malik Sharleen Gould Judy O'Ree Amanda Berthiaume Mai-Liss Bohler-Richards
Lois Tupper Todd Collins Linda Webb Kirsten Kirkpatrick Jacqueline Chiasson
Educational Support Teachers: Guidance
Jennifer Craft Stacey Currie
Our caring and knowledgeable Guidance Counselors are Ms. Jennifer Craft and Ms. Stacey Currie. Guidance Counselors provide both intervention and prevention service for personal, social, educational, and career-related issues. Tasks such as timetabling, university and college applications, graduation, career planning, personal counseling, new student registration, maintenance of student records, liaison with feeder schools, etc. are also functions of the office. They also provide information about scholarships and financial assistance, as well as job search techniques, developing and maintaining resumes and information about the job market. Counselors identify at-risk students and ensure that programs are put in place to match these students? needs. Counselors work in conjunction with the ESS Resource Department, teachers and other support staff, and the Administrative Team to ensure a quality high school experience for each student.
Here are some websites that students will find useful:
Awesome new website from the Forestry Sector!
Watch the YouTube video to explore careers in Forestry and Wildlife Management. Boom de ah da!
What is the right career for you? Not sure? Go to www.careercruising.com
You can set up your own portfolio to save and manage your career search.
Ask your teachers or a Guidance Counsellor for the User Name and Password to get started.
Searching for career information? Want to know the educational requirements
for a particular career? Or maybe you want to know how to pay for your education. Check out www.canlearn.ca
New Brunswick Student Loans
Information is available at www.studentaid.gnb.ca
. Applications for 2009-2010
should be available after May 1.
Student Employment and Experience Development Program (SEED)
Grade 12 students interested in summer employment should register for the SEED
Program. Applications are available at the Guidance Centre.
Here is a link to information on the Apprenticeship Incentive Grant which is meant to help apprentices cover some of the costs of tuition, travel, and tool costs and it is also meant as an incentive to complete the apprenticeship program.
At the bottom of the linked page, there is information on tax credits available through the Canada Revenue Agency for employers and apprentices: Apprenticeship Job Creation Tax Credit - a new tax credit for employers who hire apprentices
Tradesperson's Tools Deduction - a new deduction of up to $500 to trades people for the cost of tools used for work
Education Support Services Team
Jennifer Campion Cynthia Ashfield Jon Dauphinee Roz Richard
Jennifer Craft Stacey Currie Suzanne Monahan (School Psychologist)
Brad Stevens Christina Barrington Greg Norton