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Learning Disabilities Academics Program

Overview
The Learning Disabilities program is designed to address the academic needs of students in grades K - 12 who are diagnosed with a specific learning disability and who are performing significantly below grade level. The goal of the program is to ensure maximum progress and success so that students are successful in the general education curriculum. The program is instructed using a structured, sequential, multisensory, systematic reading and language arts approach to instruction.

Program Components
  • Low student to teacher ratio (12:2), staffed with a Certified Special Education Teacher with specialized training in Learning Disabilities and one Para-professional
  • Related Services consult to class and direct services as per the students IEP
  • Service delivery (i.e. inclusive, small group, one-to-two, or one-to-one)
  • Specially Designed Instruction designed around each student’s individual learning need
  • Students participate in lunch, recess, and other school-based activities with non-disabled peers
Program Locations