Tevie Miller Heritage School Program
Tevie Miller Heritage School Program is an Edmonton Public Schools program of choice for students from Grades 1 through 9 with diagnosed communication delays. A wide range of language and literacy support systems address individual needs, strengths and abilities to maximize student achievement and growth. Class sizes range from 16 - 20 students and are supported by a collaborative class model made up of a Teacher, Educational Assistant and a Speech and Language Pathologist. Individual Program Plans are in place for each student with an emphasis on language and literacy. Speech and Language goals are integrated into daily academic instruction with additional small group and/or 1:1 Speech and Language services provided by the Tevie Miller Heritage School Society through the payment of parent fees as well as supports from Capital Health and ESHIP services. Balanced Literacy is used in all classes, with additional support for targeted students through a comprehensive Literacy plan and the Reading Recovery program.
For more information about Tevie Miller Heritage School Program, go to http://teviemillerheritage.epsb.ca/
Tevie Miller Heritage School Program also offers American Sign Language as a second language course. Second language programming in Edmonton Public School is supported as a District wide best practice and is aligned with Board policy.
For more information about second language programming in Edmonton Public Schools, go to http://www.epsb.ca/programs/language/.
Tevie Miller Early Education Program provides educational programming for students from 2 1/2 to 5 1/2 years of age. Students qualify for Program Unit Funding and have diagnosed Speech and Language delays, disorders or disabilities. The learning environment is characterized by a collaborative class model including a Teacher, Education Assistant, Speech and Language Pathologist and Occupational Therapist, as required. Each child has an Individual Program Plan which emphasize speech, language and social skill goals. The Early Education learning environment is made up of two programs which embed language learning and communication throughout the day. The ECS Program is a half day, play based preschool program for students in their first or second year of programming. Class sizes range from 8 - 10 students. The Bridge Program is a full day program which follows the Kindergarten Program of Studies with an emphasis on early literacy and numeracy. Class sizes range from 14 - 16 students.
For more information about the Tevie Miller Early Education program, go to http://teviemillerheritage.epsb.ca/