At the heart of our program is the student and his/her unique needs. The Learning Support Facilitators of St. Augustine School work very closely with students, parents, teachers, and other professionals to create programs that best meet the academic, social, physical, and spiritual needs of all learners. Goals and modifications are provided as necessary to ensure that our students receive the best education possible. For the high school students who require alternative programming, we offer a mixture of Knowledge and Employability, English as a Second Language, Distance Education and Outreach style courses based on need. As per the mandate of Alberta Education, inclusive learning occurs within the classroom whenever possible with additional out of class support provided when necessary. A personalized meeting with one of our counselors or facilitators is the best way to determine if programming at St. Augustine school will meet the needs of your child. Mrs. Kim Svitich is the Learning Support Facilitator for PreK-Grade 4, and Ms. Nicole York is the Learning Support Facilitator for Grades 5-12.