Early Intervention (PUF) Program

Early Intervention (PUF) Program

Florence MacDougall Community School offers a very successful Early Intervention Program designed for 3 and 4 year old children who would benefit from some level of intervention prior to attending Kindergarten. We are currently seeking children who may qualify for our upcoming 2021-2022 program.

About Early Intervention

Early Intervention provides its students with a structured, language enriched environment that will support the development of language, fine and gross motor skills, social skills and other areas of need identified by specialists. The classroom teacher, with the help of a team of assistants, will implement a hands-on, interactive style of programming.

The program curriculum is completely designed to meet the diagnosed needs of the children in the classroom and support the development of social and academic skills needed for Kindergarten.

Programming will include group activities, centers (ie. puzzles, dramatic play, crafts, building, etc.), writing, read alouds, music and much more.

Eligibility Requirements

Alberta Education's eligibility requirements for early entry programs MUST include the following criteria:

  • have completed a specialized assesment within the last six months of the start of the program that indicates a MODERATE to SEVERE level of delay/disability;

  • MUST BE at least 3 years of age on or before December 31, 2021;

  • MUST BE a resident of the Town of High Level or Mackenzie County;

  • for children living on reserve, please call 1-844-588-8748 to inquire about accessing Jordan's Principle funding.

For more information on Jordan's Principle please visit the Indigenous Services Canada website: Jordan's Principle

Visit our Registration Page to download a copy of our Early Intervention Handbook and for information on registering your child with FMCS.

For further information and to discuss eligibility and assessments, please contact our Inclusive Education Coordiator.

Jenny Dempster, Inclusive Education Cooridinator
Phone: 780-926-2331