Crisis Response

The School District 91 School Board recognized the support workers and staff in the Fort at their last board meeting.

  • Dec. 8, 2011 7:00 p.m.

The School District 91 School Board recognized the support workers and staff in the Fort at their last board meeting.

The community of Fort St. James has faced many stressful situations over the last month.  Staff and students have been supported by district counselors and counselors from outside the system.

Claire McKay, district principal of student services, worked very hard to coordinate the services.  The David Hoy staff is also to be commended for the professional manner in which they dealt with the recent death of a student and how they were able to support their students.

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