VANGUARD or PROJECT RESILIENCY ENROLLMENT
Enrollment starts with taking the time to develop an understanding of what the youth needs from us and to confirm that they are ready to commit to becoming a part of our Vanguard or Project Resiliency community. As part of Vanguard’s and Project Resiliency intake, all students are required to successfully complete three days (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) at Project Resiliency. Project Resiliency is our school district’s engagement focused intervention program. While typically, all students attend the program from 9:30am to 2:30pm, students interested in attending Vanguard Secondary may be required to attend on Monday or Friday, or before/after the program days to allow for the student to meet with Vanguard counseling, resource or therapeutic support staff.
To begin the process, students must complete our survey by clicking ENROLL NOW LINK and their reference (usually the current school administrator or counsellor) must complete our ADMINISTRATORS/REFERENCE ENROLLMENT LINK. Both surveys are critical for ensuring a safe and effective experience within our program.
Upon completion of our survey, the Project Resiliency staff will contact the student and his/her family to arrange a Project Resiliency start date.
Any questions, please contact Dee Bassi at email@example.com or on her cell 604-613-0389 during regular school hours – 8:30am to 4:00pm.
To enroll is Purpose:
To conduct a “bio-psycho-social needs assessment” for any student within the Langley School District to determine what prevents them from achieving their “full potential” .
To co-create an “Individual Education Plan / Care Plan / Treatment Plan” based on student needs (similar to current Completion Report) and make available to primary school.
To track and assess school and community interventions and provide transition support to other schools or programs.
A strategic therapeutic intervention designed to raise student awareness and insight around personal adversities, and control versus coping with a goal to increase healthy coping skills, engagement and support under five foundational areas:
Day 1 – Home and Health
Day 2 – Relationships
Day 3 – School and Community