Meeting Students' Needs Early

In Rocky View Schools (RVS), students meet high expectations and learning outcomes tailored to their individual capabilities. RVS' Preschool Intervention Program (PIP) is a publicly funded, early intervention program designed to support children aged three to five years old who have been identified with severe developmental needs.

Developmentally Appropriate, Language-Rich, Play-Based Programming

RVS' PIP provides children with the opportunity to increase their independence and self-regulation, while developing their social-emotional and school-readiness skills. PIP's therapeutic intervention approach is embedded within daily classroom activities and routines.

The PIP team includes a certified teacher, speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, physical therapist, psychologist and family-school liaison, as well as classroom assistants who work collaboratively to plan instruction and intervention to meet the unique needs of each child.

Program are located in Chestermere, Airdrie and Cochrane and run Monday through Thursday, with Fridays dedicated to Family Oriented Programming Sessions (FOPS). FOPS are an integral part of programming, with the goal of engaging and educating parents in support of their child's ongoing growth and development.

Please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

For assistance with online applications and registrations, call 403.945.4022.

Meeting Students' Needs Early

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