Counsellor Connection Website
School counsellors provide academic counselling in the form of course selections, career planning, post-secondary school information, and advertise information on scholarships. They also provide support for students in times of need and make referrals when necessary. Students may see the counsellors directly or by making an appointment with the student services secretary.
Therese Okotinsky - Student Services Secretary - (306) 659-7909
Tanya Becker - School Counselor - (306) 659-7911 email@example.com
Brad Boechler - School Counselor - (306) 659-7910 firstname.lastname@example.org
Drop by the Guidance Office from 8 a.m. to 8:30 a.m., between classes, at noon, after school until 4 p.m. or during unscheduled time. Please make an appointment if a staff member is not available immediately. Make immediate contact in times of crisis.
Restorative Action Program (R.A.P.)
The purpose of this program is to help students manage conflict that occurs in their lives, whether it is at home, at school, or in the community. Our Restorative Action Program (RAP) worker is available in Student Services to help mediate conflict and provide support for students. Parents and guardians are encouraged to access this service if they feel their child or family could benefit.
Darren Bohmann - RAP Teacher - (306) 659-7927 email@example.com
School Social Worker
The school social worker is able to assist students on a confidential basis with issues that are affecting their ability to succeed in school. Appointments should be made through Student Services.
Nicole Meckelborg - School Social Worker - (306) 659-7611 firstname.lastname@example.org