Family School Liaison Counsellor
The FSLC can be reached by contacting the Livingstone School at (403) 628-3897.
The FSLC program operates within the Livingstone School. A primary goal of the FSLC program is to effect positive change in the lives of children and families through counseling, advocacy, and linking with community agencies and resources.
A second goal of the FSLC program is to provide proactive and preventative services to all students to enhance their coping skills and to effect environmental change within and outside the school.
Our school has a Learning Support Team that meets on a regular basis to help meet the needs of our exceptional learners. The team consists of the Learning Support Teacher, Family and School Liaison Counsellor, Principal, and Assistant Principal. We support our students who may be experiencing academic, social-emotional, and/or behavioural challenges.
Our school-based support services includes:
- specialized assessments to determine student's academic strengths and challenges.
- individualized program plans to assist with the development of specific learning and behavioural goals.
- speech and language support services.
- arrangement of case conferences for individual students.
- support for classroom teachers, students, and families.
- consultation with outside agency representatives.
For more information on our Learning Support Services, please contact the school.
Livingstone Learning Commons
The goal of the Livingstone Learning Commons is to enable all students to be engaged thinkers and ethical citizens with an entrepreneurial spirit. The concept of a Learning Commons is a shift in thinking from a Library as a physical space that is a repository of books, to an inclusice, flexible, learner-centered, physical and/or virtual space for collaboration, inquiry, imagination, and play to expand and deepen learning. Our Learning Commons is an agile and responsive learning and teaching environment available to individuals and groups to use for multiple, often simultaneous purposes. It supports literacy, numeracy, competency, development, and student learning out omes through access to and instruction in the effective use of print and digital resources. The Learning Commons approach functions best when learning experiences in the school community are coordinated to support student learning outcomes through collaborative planning, teaching, and assessing.
Students from Grades K - 2 may sign out 1 book at a time, while students from Grades 3 - 12 may sign out a maximum of 2 books at a time. All Junior/Senior High textbooks are signed out throught the Learning Commons. All technology, which includes digital movie and still cameras, laptops, and graphing calculators, may be loaned to students and staff for in-school use through the office.
Golden Eagle Children's Choice Book Award
This award is chosen by the students in Livingstone Range School Division. Students read 5 - 10 nominated books, all by Alberta authors.