Special Education Programs
Q) What do I do if I am concerned about my child’s progress?
A) The first thing you do is contact your child’s School Counselor. They can provide you with information based on your concern and determine how to best respond to your concern. If your child is already receiving Special Education services as determined at a 504 or PPT meeting, then you may address your concerns to your child’s case manager.
Q) How can I best support my child’s learning?
A) There are a many ways you can assist your child at home. First and foremost, access the Teacher Web so that you are aware of assignments, tests and projects. You can also: assist with organization, encourage pleasure reading, provide a consistent time and place for homework, monitor homework follow through, encourage discussion of current events and in general, foster an appreciation of learning.
Q) What is Learning Strategies?
A) If your child is participating in Learning Strategies, this was determined at a 504 or PPT meeting. Your child’s individual needs are taken into account when planning for Learning Strategies class. The purpose of a Learning Strategies class is to provide individualized instruction to help foster academic independence. Please contact your child’s case manager or the Learning Strategies teacher if you have a question regarding Learning Strategies class.