Special Education

Special Education

Special Education supports and assists in the maintenance of locally developed Special Education Programs within six of STC’s Member First Nation schools in the following ways:

  • Guidance is provided to intensive need (special education) program (SEP) teachers in the development of effective individualized educational programs for students with identified needs in their schools;
  • The coordination of specialized services, assessment and consultation within schools, including occupational therapists, physical therapists, educational psychologists and/or a behavioural consultant are provided as required for assessment, program planning, and designation;
  • The facilitation of the SEP teachers/coordinators professional learning community through regular Professional Learning Communities (PLC) and working sessions, ensuring regular communication, collaboration and information sharing as a way to provide responsive educational supports to students;
  • Attention to regular communication regarding program information, procedural updates of SEP National and Provincial guidelines are maintained, and submission of SEP Targeted High Cost reports to Indigenous Services Canada (ISC).


Candice Dwernychuk,

Special Education.

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