Betty-Ann Buott Joins Landmark East Foundation

Landmark East Foundation is pleased to announce Betty-Ann Buott has joined Landmark East Foundation Board of Trustees. Originally from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Betty-Ann has a BA and BEd from Mount Saint Vincent University and MEd from Acadia University. Betty-Ann is not new to Landmark East School, having served as a teacher and the school’s guidance counsellor in the mid-2000s. Today Betty-Ann is the owner of Buott Psychotherapy Services and A Tranquil Place – Holistic Health & Wellness Centre in Wolfville.  Betty-Ann has a Canadian Counselling Certification and is a Registered Counselling Therapist.

About Landmark East Foundation

Landmark East Foundation is a Canadian charitable foundation to hold and administer the Landmark East Student Bursary Fund for Landmark East School. The Foundation is a registered Canadian not-for-profit organization. The Foundation is led by a board of volunteer trustees.

About Landmark East School

Landmark East is an independent co-ed day and boarding school for students with learning differences located in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. The student base is diverse with learners from grades 3-12 who have been diagnosed in a variety of areas such as high-functioning Autism, Dyslexia, and Attention Deficit Disorder that make learning challenging in a traditional school setting. The school is committed to student-centered learning, small class sizes, daily physical activity, community service, and diverse pedagogy. A team of over forty professionals specializing in various roles drive the school’s success and are dedicated to enhancing students’ academic success and self-confidence. Landmark East is a registered charity and actively fundraises year-round to provide student bursaries. On average, half of Landmark East’s Nova Scotia students are subsidized through bursaries. Landmark East is one of three recognized special education schools in Nova Scotia; therefore, Nova Scotia students with a demonstrated need for Landmark East are eligible for the funding they would receive if they attended a public school.

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