Student Services


Division Policy for Appropriate Education

The Fort La Bosse School Division Student Services Program will strive to provide for all students in the division, appropriate educational programming that fosters their participation in the learning and social life of the school. This means that:

  • Educational programming will be provided in the most enabling environment available. In the majority of cases, inclusion into the regular classroom would be expected.
  • Educational programs will be adapted, modified, or individualized when appropriate
  • The program planning process will involve a collaborative team approach, the team typically consisting of parents, educators, clinicians, support personnel, appropriate outside agencies and, if possible, the student.

 


Appropriate Education & Student Service Policies

Student Placement
Student Services
Clinician Services
Public Disputes About Student Service Programming Or Placement (R)
Individual Programs
Assessment of Threats/High Risk Student Behaviour
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct – Regulations
Expulsions
Suspensions
Early Identification
Anaphylactic Students
Medical Assistance(E1)(E2)(E3)
Data/Records Retention
Student Records
Public’s Right to Know/Freedom of Information
Respect for Human Diversity*
School Division Records Management(R)(E)
Personalized Transportation Plan
School Related Activities
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE POLICY-JLCD-E1
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE POLICY-JLCD-E2
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE POLICY-JLCD-E3 

Student Service Supports

Adaptation Checklist
Adapted Educational Plan
Request for Release of Information from other agencies to FLBSD
Request for Release of Information from FLBSD to other Agencies
Behavior Observation Assessment Teaching Strategies
Brief Contact Record
Behaviour Intervention Plan Word doc

BLANK Summary of Individual Needs By Classroom

Classroom Profile
EA Evaluation

EAL Student Profile
EAL Support System Outline
EAL Home Language Inventory

FLBSD Accessibility Plan
FLB Response to Intervention Class Profile
FLB Response to Intervention Student Profile

FLBSD Response to Intervention Tree
Confidential EAL IAP Report
Fort la Bosse Newcomer Registration Form
EAL Registration Checklist
FLB Counselling and Support Worker Referral
Continuous Recording
Speech Language Referral
Flbsd referral to psychological assessment

FLBSD Psychology referral for service B

FLBSD History for referral psychology B
Student Profile
PMH231 – Individual Health Care Plan – Asthma 2 (Aug-14)
URIS Group B Application current Jan 7, 2014
Pamphlet for IEP FLBSD 09 FINAL

Medical Assistance Policy JLCD-E6
Parental Choice to Decline Service
Parent Survey Pre IEP Meeting
Permission for Modified Programming
Permission for Placement Outside Regular Class
Personal Transportation Plan current
Referral to Resource
Resource Teacher Assessment Report Notes

SAMPLE Summary of Individual Needs By Classroom
Self-Assessing and IEP Meeting
sensory screen checklist
School Age Social & Emotional Adaptive Skills Checklist
Social Skills Checklist
Student-Meeting
Student Services Brochure
Transition Plan
FLBSD Transition Protocol

FORT LA BOSSE SUICIDE REDUCTION PROTOCOL

Student Services Links

Student Services Administrator’s Association of Manitoba
Manitoba Council for Exceptional Children
Manitoba Education: Kindergarten to Grade 12
Manitoba Education: Educational Assistants in Manitoba
Manitoba Education: Educators’ Resource Guide: Supporting Students Who Are Deaf and/or Hard of Hearing
Manitoba Education: Working Together: Supporting Students in Transition: Sharing Student Information between First Nations and Provincial Schools

 

Roles within Student Services

Admin-Assistant-Student-Services

Educational Assistant
Psychologist
Speech and Language Clinician
Student-Support-Worker

Promise Years Program Goals and Objectives

 

The goal of the program is to provide services to rural children and their families through a community-based partnership.

Program objectives include:

    • Increasing the number of children receiving service Enhancing the quality of parent/child relationships
      • Improving the ability of children to successfully function within their home, community and school
    • Enhancing the community awareness of services available
    • Enhancing the communication between parents and service providers
      • Improving the available therapy services for children

       

Case-History-Form
PY Referral form Sept 23 2014-1
Promise Years Brochure

Policies

Provision of Student Services in Fort La Bosse School Division will be guided by Student Services Procedures outlined in the Student Services Handbook.