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NSO Weekly May 6-11

Hey all, see the link for the NSO Weekly May 6-11 We hope everyone has a wonderful weekend! Monday is instructional day #56 of 83 or 67% of the semester is complete.

Lots going on this week with Mental Health activities, including virtual sessions and the in-person Empowering Parents presentation on May 9 at 6:30 p.m. in the Sal Theatre. Join us for a meaningful Parent Night- free of charge- aimed at empowering parents and caregivers with children facing mental health challenges. Our special guest speaker, Kris Marks will bravely share his personal journey, offering insights, inspiration, and strategies to support parents. Strathcona County and PEP (Parents Empowering Parents) Society will be on site to provide community resources for you and your family.

Next Step Motto: Small steps are still progress! We appreciate the opportunity to engage, interact, and support all families. Our Next Step vision is to create a community of learners who embody the virtues of acceptance, flexibility, individualization, respect, and responsibility. We are excited you are part of our alternative learning environment. Reminder: High School students are required to check in and meet with their instructor(s) weekly.

Part Time Job with ServiceMaster Clean- ServiceMaster Clean is seeking part-time staff for evening work to clean floors, windows, and exterior cleaning. If students have a certain day or days available, they can adjust schedule for flexibility. Pay range is $20.00 to $22.00 per hour. You only need to be able to get dropped off at Sherwood Park office location (32 Sioux Road Sherwood Park). Contact Cara Smith at 587.410.4240 or text 780.886.6834. Positions start right away!

How to Address School Avoidance

To help reduce chronic absenteeism, schools can help students learn how to self-regulate and manage feelings of discomfort.

By Laura Wheeler April 29, 2024


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