Early Childhood Development Program
The Early Childhood Development Program offers literacy enriched play for children who are 3 years old before March 1 of the upcoming school year.
Safe and Caring Schools
Imbedded in all FMPSD facilities; Safe and Caring Schools includes: Tribes Learning Community, Anti-Bullying Programs, Bus Safety, Crisis Management. Please contact individual schools for more information.
Speech and Language Programming
Speech Language Pathologists and Speech Language Educational Assistants provide individual, group and classroom-based interventions that focus on speech and language development for eligible children.
Our philosophy is to ensure that all students with special needs have opportunities to be in the regular classrooms whenever possible. Please contact individual schools for more information.
First Nations, Métis and Inuit Education
Alberta Education is committed to improving education outcomes for First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) students and to closing the gap in education achievement between FNMI and other provincial students. We work with First Nations and Métis leaders and communities to engage FNMI parents and families to support student success through collaborative partnerships with schools and by developing culturally relevant programs, resources and student supports. Please contact individual schools for more information.
This pilot program is available for kids who turn 4 years old before March 1 of the upcoming school year. To be eligible for this program, students must reside in the Dr. Clark School attendance area (downtown, Abasand, Waterways, Grayling Terrace and Draper).
Mental Health Supports
Mental health supports in schools are integrated with services provided through government (Alberta Health, Child & Family Services) and through community agencies. School counselors across the district provide both individual and group interventions that focus on identifying core problem areas and supporting classroom learning.