CDA Program

Our Program

The CDA provides emotional, social and behavioural support to all students at Meadowbrook School.  The CDA is available to any student who has a concern and needs someone to talk to.

The CDA consults with staff, students, parents and when necessary, with outside agencies. The CDA program is designed to provide proactive and preventative programs as well as intervention with issues which have already been identified. The CDA is an active members of both the School Resource and Crisis Management Teams.

Some of the issues addressed by the CDA include:

  • Preventative Programming for kids at risk
  • Peer issues
  • Relationship Building
  • Social Skills
  • Coping with changes in the family
  • Classroom Survival Skills
  • Self-esteem/Building Resiliency/Character Building
  • Dealing with loss and grief
  • Promoting Safe and Caring Schools
  • Family support and referrrals
  • Conflict resolution and anger management

Contact and Referral Information

The CDA is available to work with any student in the school.  Students can come speak to Mrs. Diebolt on their own by asking their teacher or making an appointment.  If Mrs. Diebolt is not in her office students are encrouaged to leave a note under her door and she will speak to them when avaiable.  Students can also email Mrs. Diebolt by using their school gmail account.

Parents may also contact the CDA if they have questions, concerns or would like to access support for their student.  The best way to contact Mrs. Diebolt is by email at ediebolt@rockyview.ab.ca or by calling 403-948-5656 ext 6507.

The Breakfast Program

For more information, please see the Nutrition @ Meadowbrook page.

For more information/assistance, please contact: ediebolt@rockyview.ab.ca

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