Every student, every day.

Scenario 1: In-school classes resume

Programs

Breakfast Program

Stavely Elementary School has a breakfast program available to all students everyday from 8:15 until 8:30!  We are very fortunate to have funding from many people and organizations as well as a sizeable grant from Breakfast for Learning. 

Learning Support

The Learning Support Team at Stavely Elementary is dedicated to collaborative problem solving and building capacity among staff to meet the needs of our exceptional learners.

Classroom teachers and teacher assistants are important members of the team meetings. They are able to share  presenting issues. We collaborate and put into action, plans to support our students who may be experiencing academic, social-emotional and/or behavioral challenges.

Learning Support Teacher, Brenda Schlaht, is our team leader. She is the key contact for parents and teachers who have questions or concerns about our  exceptional learners. She advocates for inclusive programming, organizes case conferences, and arranges for academic and other assessments. She oversees all of our Individual Program Planning (IPP) and Program Unit Funding (PUF) for preschool and kindergarten.  Mrs. Schlaht provides direct classroom support to assist in meeting the needs of individual students and the planning and implementation of behaviour support services.

Family School Liaison Counselor, Quinn Sampson, provides counseling and  support to individual students or in groups. She strives to enhance family situations through support, education and referrals. She is a member on the school-based threat assessment team and post-crisis response team. She also collaborates in providing character education and social skills programming.

Principal, Leanne Watson, provides leadership, direction and support for inclusive education for all our students. She keeps informed of all student issues as well as oversees and supports team initiatives.

Parents or guardians are the most complete source of information for the child and have the greatest investment in their child’s future. Parents are involved in programming decisions and are kept informed. Parents/guardians are  requested to provide feedback on how well students apply skills learned at school to the home and to the community.

Stavely School Learning Commons/Chinook Arch Public Library

Our Learning Commons is a joint-use facility with the Stavely Municipal Library. We have a great little Learning Commons along with books, magazines and a good collection of videos and DVD's for the whole family. To browse the books in our Learning Commons click on Stavely Elementary School

The Stavely Municipal Library hours are:  Mondays 1:30 - 6:00 pm, Tuesdays 9:00 - 5:00 pm, Wednesdays 12:30 - 6:00 pm and Thursday's 1:30-5:00 pm.

All Stavely Elementary students have a membership to the public library and while at school are able to access their website to enjoy a wide range of options including e-books, e-magazines, research materials and search engines, read-a-loud books and much much more.   www.stavelylibrary.ca 

To enjoy all that is available in the library and on their website, library memberships can be bought for $5/student and  $15/adult-family.

Contact Bev in the library for more information or if you have any questions. 403-549-2190 

Family School Liaison Counsellor

The Family School Liaison Counsellor (FSLC) program operates within Stavely Elementary School. A primary goal of the FSLC program is to effect positive change in the lives of children and families through counseling, advocacy, and linking with community agencies and resources.

A second goal of the FSLC program is to provide proactive and preventative services to all students to enhance their coping skills and to effect environmental change within and outside the school.

Our FSLC, Quinn Sampson, can be reached by contacting Stavely Elementary School at 403-549-3757.