Reach for the Stars
Seneca School was originally built in 1967 and at that time, it served students with developmental disabilities who ranged in age from 7 to 21. Currently, our barrier free school provides a structured team approach to support primary, junior and intermediate students, aged 4 to 14, who have developmental disabilities.
Seneca School Mission Statement
We recognize the uniqueness and diversity of our students and work as a team of professionals within a safe and caring environment. We forge partnerships with our families and the community. We offer our students a variety of experiences to help them to reach their potential and we celebrate their achievements.
Students at Seneca participate in library, art, music and life skills programs and we are fortunate to also offer our students 2 adapted playrooms, a gym, a Snoezelen Room and an outdoor adapted playground. On staff, we have Special Education Teachers, Educational Assistants, Special Needs Assistants, Noon Hour Assistants, Nurses, and a Deaf/Blind Intervenor. We have access to consultative staff, including a psychologist, a speech and language pathologist, a social worker, a physiotherapist and an occupational therapist.