|Learning Resource Program|
Students identified as not meeting Outcomes are provided additional supports through our Learning Resource Program (LRP). Our learning resource teachers work with classroom teachers and our Student Success Team to develop programs and instructional practices to help students succeed to expected levels. The learning resource teacher also works either with individuals or small groups in pull-out situations, or works with the students and teacher in the regular classroom settings.
|Ukrainian Program Information Items|
This year the Ukrainian Program will have a different delivery model. Given the Chief Medical Health Officer’s guidelines, we will not be providing transportation for students to take part in additional programs during the school day. This means your child will not be transported from their home school to St. Matthew for Ukrainian classes. This also means that we will not be able to establish a safe delivery model in their home school during the regular school day.
In consultation with our two Ukrainian teachers, Mrs. Kohuch and Mrs. Zwarych and working within the parameters of the Chief Medical Officer’s guidelines and Regina Catholic School guidelines, we have come up with the following delivery option. The program will have a two-prong approach to delivery, online instruction and information as well as face-to-face instruction. The program will run on Wednesday and Thursday evenings at St. Matthew School.
Wednesday – 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Thursday – 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
We are allowing parents to bring their children on either of those evenings. Grades 1-4 will be with Mrs. Kohuch and grades 5-8 will be with Mrs. Zwarych. We will no longer be using the day system since that no longer applies, as our classes will be after school. Therefore, parents can bring their students on either of those days when it works best for their schedule. We are trying to be as flexible as we can with our delivery model during these unprecedented times. Every Monday there will be an online component sent to the parents for the students to work through, this would take the form of lesson plans, songs, poems, prayers and websites. This can be accessed when it best suits the family’s schedule.
The student’s health and safety is paramount to us and we will ensure that all sanitization protocols set out by the Chief Medical Health Officer as well as Regina Catholic Schools will be followed to the letter. Please contact Mrs. Kohuch at email@example.com for further information or at 306-530-5786. We thank you for your continued support with this valued program.
Please collect and forward the registration forms directly to Susan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or before Tuesday, September 15th.
|SWPBIS - School Wide Postive Behavioural Intervention and Support System|
Expectation Matrix - St. Angela 2019 English version.pdf
Our students are expected to model Catholic values and treat all members of the École St. Angela Merici community in a Christ-like way. In an effort to establish and reinforce consistent behaviour expectations and routines within each classroom and as a school, we utilize a School-Wide Positive Behavioural Intervention and Support (SWPBIS) system. Our goal is to consistently provide students with positive feedback to reinforce appropriate behaviour. All staff are familiar with and teach our Expectation Matrix in the first few weeks of the school year. Staff members then acknowledge positive behaviours each day by handing out tickets to students demonstrating Christ-like behaviour. SWPBIS draws are held on a weekly basis, offering students who have received a ticket the opportunity to receive a small prize for their appropriate behaviour.