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The Lord Selkirk School Division offers a range of programs for parents, caregivers, practitioners, and professional staff through its Student Services Centre

Student Services Centre, Lord Selkirk School Division
The Student Services Centre provides clinical supports to Lord Selkirk School Division students, their families and teachers. Social Workers, Speech Language Pathologists, Psychologists & Behavior Specialists assist School teams in planning appropriate educational, behavioral and social/emotional programs for referred students by providing assessment, counselling, workshops and other requested services and resources.
211 Main Street
Selkirk MB RIA lR7
Fax: 785-1259

Student Services Centre Resource Library
The Student Services Resource library (SSC library) has a variety of resources for professionals, parents and students. We have books, videos, DVDs, and computer programs on a variety of topics such as: learning disabilities, reading programs, math, social studies, science, bullying, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADD/ADHD, and Aboriginal materials.
211 Main Street
Selkirk MB RIA lR7
785-8224 ext: 317
Fax: 785-1259
Hours of operation: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday.
(Closed during Lord Selkirk School Division’s scheduled Christmas break, spring break, and summer holidays.)

Local Advisory Committee
For almost 25 years, the Local Advisory committee has provided advocacy and grassroots feedback for issues arising in the area of special education in the Lord Selkirk School Division. The committee is made up of teachers, school trustees, administrators, representatives from outside agencies, clinicians, and parents of special needs children.

This committee disseminates current information on special needs, provides professional development opportunities for its members, purchases specialized equipment, programs, and other resources to assist students and their families, sponsors recognition and achievement awards for students, promotes advocacy and accessibility, and provides a forum for parents and teachers alike to discuss issues, concerns and new directions for education of special needs children.

If you are interested in joining this committee, please call the Human Resource Centre at 785-8224.

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