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Counselling & Family Supports

Counselling Services

Family School Liaison Counsellor

Kristjanson

Mallory S. Kristjanson

Email: Kristjansonm@holyspirit.ab.caCCHS Family School Liaison Counsellor 

The Family School Liaison Counselling Program creates a valuable link between home, school and other agencies as required. The program provides services directly to the child and family at their home, the school or a mutually agreed upon community site. These services are free and available to any family with students attending the Holy Spirit Catholic School Division. 


Program services are being divided into four categories: 


·     Counselling

·     Prevention/Educational Programming

·     Community Liaison

·     Crisis Intervention


The role of the Family School Liaison Counsellor is to utilize a proactive approach to assisting students and their families in managing difficult issues. In crisis situations, the Family School Liaison Counsellor may be a member of the responding school-based team.


Mr. Mark BoscheeIn addition to our counsellors, we have a Division Off-Campus Coordinator - Mr. Mark Boschee, based at Catholic Central. 

Programs include:
Work Experience Program
Registered Apprenticeship Program
Green Certificate Program

For more info on these programs, visit the Division Off-Campus Education Website.

Students interested in participating in an Off-Campus Education program should contact:
Mr. Mark Boschee
Off-Campus Education Coordinator

Catholic Central High School - Lethbridge 403-327-4596
St. Michael’s School - Pincher Creek 403-627-3488 
St. Michael’s School - Bow Island 403-545-2131 
St. Mary’s School - Taber 403-223-3165 

 


First Nations Metis Inuit (FNMI)

The Native Education Program Assistant is available at our school during school hours on a daily basis. This person is here to provide Cultural Awareness to non-native staff as well as students. This person also plays the role of Advocate for the First Nation, Metis, and Inuit Students as well as a resource for the staff. Some of the responsibilities are to work with the FNMI students to increase communication and understanding between the school and the home, provide a positive role-model for the FNMI students, assist these students with their academic progress, provide remediation where necessary and act as an advisor to designated FMNI activities. This person is also responsible for program planning and promoting positive well-being for our students.

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