Student Services Team

Inclusive Education, Student Services District Team

Deputy Superintendent                                                   Monica Mankowski

High School Inclusive Learning Consultant                        Jennifer Fricker-MacDougall

Early Learning Consultant                                               Janice Molloy

Early Learning Consultant                                               Mishell Usick

Inclusive Learning Consultant, Education & Behaviour       Wanda Chaulk

Assistive Technology                                                       Lydia Van Thiel

Out of School Care Programs                                           Chantelle Langdon

Sr. Executive Assistant - Student Services                        Danielle Brown

Our team  of professionals support each school team to coordinate and ensure delivery of students services for children with learning and special needs. An inclusive approach is best achieved in a collaborative manner.  This is reflected in shared leadership between The Government of Alberta, Fort McMurray Catholic Schools, our supporting community partners and the strong relationship between our schools, homes and families. 

School Consultants who support the Instructional Support Plan (ISP) Process:

Speech Pathologist(s) and Speech Assistant(s)

Occupational Therapist(s)

Physical Therapist (s)


Mental Health Therapist(s)

Learning Coaches

School Teams Include: 

School Principal

Vice Principal

Classroom Support Teacher (CST)


School Counsellor

Parent & Student

Other Members

At each school, inclusive education teams may include many of the following members in relation to the level of the student’s needs.  It may include a member from the administration team, district learning coaches, the classroom teacher, the classroom support teacher,  parents, student, counsellor, and/or any outside agency members who participate in the student’s Instructional Support Plan (ISP) programming and development.

All members may not be able to attend all of the scheduled Instructional Support Plan (ISP) meetings given throughout the year but it is expected that, staff will work together to provide an appropriate program and to effectively communicate to parents the supports and strategies being used to educate the child. Annual ISP meetings are scheduled during report card periods in November, March and June. 

An example of the ISP Team for a student with individual learning needs may include: Principal, Classroom Support Teacher, Classroom Teacher, Teacher Assistant, Parent, School Counsellor, various consultants and possibly external service provider.  (External Community Supports: McMann Community Worker, WBRCSD Consultants).

One example of the most common ISP Team at the elementary-junior high level includes:  Classroom Support Teacher, Classroom Teacher, Teacher Assistant, Counsellor, Parents and Student.

An example of the most common ISP Team for a student at the high school level includes:  Classroom Support Teacher, Learning Coach, Teachers, Counsellor, Parents and Student. Students in high school are encouraged to advocate for themselves to ensure that they have the appropriate supports and services that require to meet their learning goals. 

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