FAMILY SCHOOL LIAISON
FSL Counsellors work with the students and/or families who agree to receive services. The individuals guardian must provide written authorized consent.
All information during the sessions will be confidential. Specific information will be provided outside of the family only when written authorization has been provided by a parent or guardian, except when the FSL Worker is legally required to report.
If you believe your child would benefit from extra support in any of these areas, please let us know by filling out the confidential referral form at the following link:
An FSL Counsellor supports families and students and advocates for their needs:
-Motivation / Focus
-Study skills/Exam Preparation
-Grief and Loss
Collaborating with staff and community service providers to promote mental wellness and support emotional development of students.
Working with both the school and the family to best support students.
Providing prevention and Wellness programming in small groups and classrooms.
One-on-one sessions tailored to meet the needs of a student.
Meet Miss Baker
CKCS would like to introduce the newest member of our school team: Morgan Baker, our FSL worker!
Miss. Baker was born and raised in Stettler, AB. She graduated from William E. Hay in 2014 and then continued her education at the University of Alberta, where she completed her Bachelor of Arts. Miss. Baker may look familiar to you as she has been a dedicated member of the community, and has been involved with multiple volunteer organizations between Camrose and Stettler over the past few years. She may also be familiar to your children, as she worked with many of them already through the Heartland Youth Center, during her summers off from university!
Between working at both Christ-King and Theresetta as our FSL, Miss. Baker also works with McMan Youth Family and Community Services. She has a passion to help children and families succeed, and she feels extremely grateful to work in positions where she is able to do so!
Miss Baker will be in the school 1-2 days a week and will be working with students one-on-one, in small groups and in classroom sessions.