The Learning Center provides reasonable accommodations to support Lower and Middle School students who have been evaluated by a neuropsychologist for learning differences. Additionally, academic support is offered to students as needed in grades K–2 without a diagnosis. We evaluate all Kindergarten students and new first and second grade students at the beginning of each year using the Comprehensive Test of Phonological Processing. Qualified students will receive small group instruction.
Students with physical or health challenges may require extra help to be academically successful, like extra time on homework and tests or preferential seating. They may need help to prioritize or organize their work and tasks. Our staff provides additional support, including small group instruction and brainstorming strategies. They will direct parents to additional resources, consult with teachers, provide testing accommodations, and write and monitor accommodations plans.