Welcome to Student Services
What we do:
In Student Services we are advocates for all students and help to support their individual needs within the school environment by working collaboratively with staff, students, and parents, helping to promote success in all course work and extra-curricular activities.
Guidance counsellors can help with a wide variety of student needs - anything from personal issues such as self-esteem, peers, family, relationships, grief, mental health and wellness, etc, to academic planning, career exploration or post-secondary planning..........and everything in between!
Resource teachers can help with supporting students' academic needs – from providing alternative academic strategies and study strategies for students, to supporting classroom teachers in understanding the diverse academic needs in their classes and delivering appropriate programming, to individually programming for students.
Who we are and how to contact us:
Carla Bennett email@example.com Gary Fewer firstname.lastname@example.org
(204) 888-7650 ext. 5210 (204) 888-7650 ext. 5228
Christine Butcher email@example.com Christian Popiel firstname.lastname@example.org
(204) 888-7650 ext. 5222 (204) 888-7650 ext. 5228
Students, please feel free to pop into our offices anytime. If we are unavailable, we encourage you to leave a note that you came by (slips on our doors) so we can connect with you asap!
Scholarships Career Exploration
Study Skills ( How to Get Good Grades, Time Management & Don't Stress Before the Test)
Wellness (Positive Steps for Well-being, Stress Management Tips, Time Management Tips, Gratitude Exercises, Relaxation & Breathing, Allow Your Emotions)
High School Apprenticeship Option:
Want to plan your budget for your post-secondary years? Click here for some pointers.
If you'd like to receive periodic alerts regarding post-secondary information and volunteer and job opportunities from our Student Services department, click on the links below to learn how to set up the
In order to receive a St. James-Assiniboia diploma, students must complete 40 hours of community service before graduation. Click here to view/download the log form.
After-hour support numbers:
- Klinic Crisis Line (204) 786-8686
- Klinic Sexual Assault Line (204) 786-8631
- Youth Mobile Crisis Team (204) 949-4777
- Addictions Foundation of MB (204) 942-0126
- Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868