Learning Support

The Learning Support program is available to students who are identified as possessing a disability that  interferes with their capacity to meet expectations in the regular classroom. Basic to this concept is the belief in mainstreaming a student into a regular classroom whenever there is evidence that he/she can function effectively in that environment. Students who may qualify to receive learning support services to varying degrees during the school day include students with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, certain mild social or emotional disorders, and students with impaired intellectual development. Services provided and accommodations made will be determined by an IEP team that includes the parents, student, and school personnel, following a review of the Evaluation Report (ER) produced during the multidisciplinary evaluation process that indicates the student qualifies for, and would benefit from, specially designed instruction. The IEP team will articulate in an Individualized Education Program (IEP) document the specially designed instruction, accommodations, and/or services the student will receive in either a consultative, inclusion, and/or pullout setting.

Mrs. Charlene Campbell
Mrs. Amanda Cole
Mrs. Ami Gallo
Mrs. Angela Wood
Mrs. Sharon Raup
Mrs. Tina Velez