Academic Support

Classroom Differentiation

By committing to be students of our students, teachers here examine the mystery of each child. We appreciate the different types of intelligence and provide all students with multiple ways to demonstrate their knowledge throughout the school year. From creative projects, verbal presentations, experiential field trips, Keynote designs, iMovies, written manuscripts, and traditional tests and quizzes, students use an array of opportunities to reveal their learning.

Short-Term Support

In Senior Kindergarten through 3rd Grade, students have access to a Literacy Specialist for reading support beyond classroom differentiation. The Specialist works with students individually or in small groups to improve reading strategies and skills.

Long-Term Support

Central students may also participate in long-term support through our Learning Center when the instruction of the regular classroom and short-term support do not meet all their needs. These students either have a 22:6 Plan* of accommodations or an Individual Student Plan (ISP). Learning Specialists collaborate with classroom teachers to carry out the accommodations and/or modifications necessary to ensure a child's academic success, as outlined in the 22:6 Plan or the ISP. 

* Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it" Proverbs 22:6