Welcome to Selkirk School!
At Selkirk, we strive to strengthen the relationships and partnerships between home, school, students and the community. Selkirk is a local community school and we sincerely hope that you will feel welcome and be willing to participate as a partner in your child(ren)'s education.
CoVid Info. Updates
June 7th- School Council Meeting 6:30-8:30pm
June 10th- Gr7 Farewell- 11:00-12:00- invite only
June 11- 12:00- In class free hotdog lunch provided by Selkirk's School Council :)
June 11- Last Day of School- 2:45 dismissal
2020-21 Yukon School Calendar Dates
2021-2022 School Calendar
First day of school- Monday August 23, 2021
Christmas break- December 20, 2021 to January 3, 2022
Spring break - March 7 to March 18, 2022
Family Centered Resources
Family Resource Centre at 9010 Quartz Road (no waitlist)
Health & Social Services
-Family Resource Support Workers gear their support around 3 program pillars: child development, family functioning and parent/child relationship,
-coping and parenting support is provided/enhanced through home visiting and community-based visits with families and children,
-goal setting, problem-solving/decision-making and self-reflection are primary tools for enhancing coping skills and supporting change.
Child & Youth Outreach Groups at 211 Hawkins Street
456-3838 to contact Mental Wellness to make an intake appointment
332-7101 – for more information
Mental Wellness and Substance Use Services
-12 group sessions for children
-facilitated groups for children combined with 1-1 parent support sessions
-children’s groups are organized by age/stage and support self-regulation, problem-solving/decision making, communication and transitions
-groups are dynamic with activities taking place both indoors and in the community
Yukon Division of Canadian Mental Health Association
FREE Counselling Services
Call (867) 668-6429 or visit https://yukon.cmha.ca/programs-services/counselling-services/
Hallways at Selkirk
At Selkirk, we acknowledge and respect, and are grateful for the opportunity to work, learn and play within the traditional territories of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation and the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council.