Students are primarily bussed in from rural locations and 30% of students are from low socio-economic families. As well, a significant number of our students have special needs which range from mild to severe speech disorders, physical disabilities and cognitive impairments such as Autism and ADHD. Our FNMI population is 18%. We also have 4 English as a second language families with diverse cultural backgrounds and diverse needs. Approximately 20% of our students have individual program plans and all of our students require differentiated instruction.
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