École Leduc Junior High School


Supports and Resources for Students and Parents


My Child’s Learning: A Parent Resource – The Alberta Government has created a toolkit full of helpful tips and information for students, parents, and teachers.  There is important information on curriculum implementation, high school completion programs, digital citizenship, teaching resources and creating safe, warm and welcoming education environments.For parents, there are many useful tips and resources to be involved partners in their child’s education. One easy-to-use item in the toolkit is: My Child’s Learning: A Parent Resource, which breaks down curriculum by grade and subject level, providing details on what students should be learning and how they may be assessed. Parents will also find tips for helping with homework, resources for supporting healthy lifestyles and information on many other areas.

My Child’s Learning: A Parent Resource
(Click the links below)
Grade 7
Grade 8
Grade 9

Mental Health and Social/Emotional Support Options and Resources

Family & Community Support Services (FCSS)

City of Leduc Youth Council is looking for Youth Ambassadors! Youth Ambassadors are ages 13-
15 who want to get involved and help make their community better!
Why volunteer?
 Learn about local government and voice your opinions.
 Get to know a member of Leduc City Council.
 Make new friends and develop new skills.
 Looks great on a resume.
What you will do:
 Attend quarterly Youth Council meetings.
 Volunteer at local community events.
 Become a great candidate to be a Youth Council member!
For more information visit www.Leduc.ca/YouthAmbassadors

LGBTQ2S+ Resources

  • LGBTQ2S+ Resources – Leduc and Area
  • Brite Line – Edmonton’s first mental health and wellness helpline dedicated to supporting people in the 2SLGBTQIA+ community.  Call 1-844-70-BRITE
  • youthline.caText or live chat for LGBTQ2S+ youth, 2 pm to 7:30 pm.  Call 1-800-268-9688 or text 647-964-4275
  • Trans LifelineOnline trans-led organization that connects trans people to resources.  Call 1-877-330-6366.  
  • Skipping StoneOffers online support to trans and non-binary youth in Alberta, including coaching and peer mentoring, voice classes, system navigation, group and community programs, and educational opportunities
  • CHEW Project YEGCHEW provides frontline support, resources, and education for LGBTQ2S+ youth and young adults (ages 14-29) facing barriers. They provide a safe place for youth to get basic needs and find hope.
  • It Gets Better CanadaOnline list of Canada-Wide resources for 2SLGBTQIA+ youth

School Based Wellness and Learning Supports

Academic Support

Navigating the Digital World

Substance Use

COVID-19 Support


AMH Education Sessions Newsletter – Sept 2023

Hearts in Action Summer Camps – for children, youth and young adults with diverse abilities

Leduc Library Family Pass (Free)

Leduc Rec Centre Family Pass (Free)

Student Accident Insurance (Download Toolkit)