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Student Services/Resource Department

Hey Gaels,

If you are looking to request a Guidance Appointment with a Guidance Counsellor, Social Worker, CYC or other in-school supports during school hours, please fill out the following form and someone will reach out to you as soon as they can.

If you are struggling with your emotions and need someone to talk to (privately and confidentially) anytime day or night, you can reach out to 1-844-437-3247 (Here 24/7). You can also reach KidsHelpPhone at 1-800-668-6868 or Text CONNECT to 686868. 

Special Education staff work with all GCVI students but are especially focused on students who are identified as exceptional through an IPRC or who have accommodations outlined in an Individual Education Plan.  See the link to the parent’s guide below, for details.

Parents’ Guide to the Individual Education Plan

Transition Resource Guide

Parent’s Guide to Special Education: The Identification Placement and Review Committee Process

Through the Resource Room, Special Education staff offer a variety of tools, strategies and programs that promote the success of all students at meeting course expectations and completing class work. We offer:

Student Software Support

  • Internet research and word processing
  • Reading and Writing Software


Individual Assistance

  • Individual assistance to develop organizational and study skills
  • Individual attention in any subject area during class time
  • Suggestions to classroom teachers as to how best to meet student needs


Work, Assignment and Test Completion

  • Resource Room is a quiet work place open through out the school day
  • Resource Room is available as a pre-arranged space to write tests and exams
  • Resource Room is open for extra time on tests and exams for students requiring accommodations
  • Resource Room computers are also available for student use and allow students to coordinate work done outside of school through

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How To Help Your Son or Daughter See Success in High School

  1. Know what is going on in the school

      2. Help your son or daughter choose courses that will help them see success

Student Services Department

Teacher Extension
Mr. Jamie Hocken       Email: [email protected]
(Head of Student Services/Special Education Resource Teacher)


Ms. Jill Goodreau    Email: [email protected]
(Student Success Teacher)