Shannon Edeburn

Mrs. Edeburn

 

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WELCOME! My name is Shannon Edeburn and I am one of the Child Development Advisors (CDA) at East Lake School. I have been at the working at the school since East Lake first opened so I have seen many of the changes from the beginning until now and really enjoy working with our students from a mental health perspective.

WHAT IS A CHILD DEVELOPMENT ADVISOR?

As the CDA, I offer a planned and balanced approach to student development.  Mental health plays an important role in child development and if a student struggles with their mental health, this can affect many aspects of their life including their academic progress.

The CDA consults with staff, students, parents, and when necessary, with outside agencies. This ensures that the needs of all learners are being met. The program is designed to provide proactive and preventative programs as well as intervention with issues which have already been identified. The CDA works with students individually, in groups, in class presentations, and with the whole school on initiatives.

Areas of support

•    Anger management
Anxiety and depression
•    Bully proofing
•    Classroom survival skills
•    Conflict resolution and anger management
•    Coping with changes in the family
•    Dealing with loss and grief
•    Family support and referrals
•    Increasing self-esteem
•    Peer issues and choices
•    Preventative programming for kids at risk
•    Relationship building
•    Resiliency/character building
•    Social skills


Referral Process and Accessing the CDA

Students can be referred to the CDA in 4 ways:

•    Self Referral
•    Parent Referral
•    Teacher Referral
•    Administrator/CDA referral


 

Please contact me through email  Mrs. Edeburn or by phone at 403-248-1091 Ext 7745 if you have any concerns or questions.

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Breakfast Club

Breakfast programs ensure that all students have reliable access to nutritious food in a safe and supportive environment, in order to positively impact health and learning.  East Lake serves breakfast every morning in the Kiosk to all students. Items may include toast, yogurt, fruit, granola bars or cheese.

All of our bread is donated by Cobs Bread in Chestermere so please thank them the next time you visit the bakery.  If you make a purchase at Cobs Bread let them know that you are part of the East Lake School family and 10% of your purchase will be donated back to our breakfast program.


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Helpful Websites

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School Safety Patrols

Important Notes for Patrollers:

 

Morning Patrollers please arrive (and dressed for the weather) at 7:45am

Afternoon Patrollers please arrive (and dressed for the weather) at 2:25pm Mon-Thurs. and at 12:50pm on Fridays

 

  • If you know beforehand that you cannot make it to one of your shifts, it is your responsibility to find a replacement and let Mrs. Lewis know of the change.  However, we understand that sometimes you are sick and do not have a chance to let anyone know.  Just talk to Mrs. Lewis after you return to school so that she know why you did not come.

 

  • To let Mrs. Lewis know you cannot make a shift or to explain why you missed a previous shift you can leave her a note at the office or send her an email at sklewis@rockyview.ab.ca

 

  • AMA implements a 3 strikes rule during the school year.  If you do not show up for your shift 3 times without talking to Mrs. Lewis then you will not be invited to join us on the Heritage Park field trip at the end of the year.

 

  • Please dress for the weather! School Safety Patrollers will be going outside regardless of the weather unless it is colder than -21 then we will not be going outside.

 

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