Exclusive to students directly referred by Sunrise School Division. Alternative academic/life skills programming using close community-school-home partnership.
This program provides an individualized alternative setting for academic accomplishment. Students of the Making Connections Program (referred solely by Sunrise School Division Principal of Student Support Services) benefit from a small facility with staff to student ratio no greater than 1-2.
Making Connections participants are able to work on their academic credits as well as establish a stronger base of life/independent living skills and pre-employment skill development.
Each participant has a complete plan of care developed focused on short and long term goals with strategies implemented to achieve them.
Helping Out Parents Early (HOPE) Outreach
This program is staffed by a full time Family Outreach Worker.
The supports include:
- Welcome Baby visits
- Support and advocacy for families with children aged 0-11
- Parent – child play, activities, literacy
- Child development groups
- Parenting skill enhancement workshops
- Home visitation and support
- Transportation to appointments
Positive Parenting Program
As we all know, kids don’t come with an instruction manual. So chances are, you’re a parent or care giver who have come here for help with a specific problem, like tantrums or sleeping, bullying or teenage withdrawal.
Or maybe you’ve heard of Triple P and want to know a bit more about it – who they are, what they do and how we can help you.
Perhaps you don’t have a specific problem but just want some easy to understand information and tips on parenting in general and what to expect at your child’s stage of development.