A program designed for students who speak a language other than English and who need assistance to adapt academically to a new language in school.
Occupational Therapy (OT)
A special program designed to assist students who have small motor physical disabilities/issues that impede academic progress. It may be in the area of writing, hearing or seeing, etc. The program is implemented by a certified O.T. instructor.
Physical Therapy (PT)
A special program, implemented by a certified P.T. instructor, designed to assist students with large motor physical disabilities that impede academic progress.
These programs are provided by a Reading Specialist to offer extra help to students who are having difficulty learning to read. Students are identified based on a standardized test score, informal tests, performance assessments and teacher recommendation. Parents will be notified if their child qualifies for the program.
Students who are in need of speech and language services are referred by the teacher and evaluated by the speech and language therapist. Parents are notified if a child qualifies for services.
The Child Study Team (CST) works with the learning and/or behavior needs of at-risk students to determine strategies that will help the child succeed in school. When a student is referred for assistance, information is gathered on the student, a meeting is scheduled with the team and a plan is developed to address the needs of the student.