The Goal of Learning Support:
The Goal of Learning Support is to assist students at all grade levels to maintain and develop as a successful and independent learner with positive self-advocacy skills. The Learning Support Program (LSP) is a referral program. Referral is made by a staff member, student or parent for the additional support. Individualized goals and strategies will be developed to assist the student in meeting his/her fullest potential. No grades are assigned. An additional fee per session is charged.
*It is important to note that the program is designed to be a “fluid” program as the students may enter and/or exit the program as they become successful.
The key component to the program is COMMUNICATION
between student, parents and teachers.
The cost is $25 per session, with a $350 cap per month. Rates for Lower School Learning Support differ from MS/US. The cost is $20/session with a monthly cap of $260.
To participate in Learning Support, please complete and return the Learning Support Participation Acknowledgement
Learning Support Addresses:
Organization, time management, study skills using classroom assignment, learning strategies, and social skill development.
Types of support provided by the LSP:
Student support is provided in the Lower, Middle and Upper Schools -
- Collaborate with staff members to accommodate student needs in the classroom and/or school activities
- Focus on instruction regarding academics as outlined in the conference report and/or educational plan
- Individualized instruction using strategies with regular classroom assignments
- Review of assignments and check for student understanding
- Clarify any new concepts
- Self-advocacy skills
- Assist student in planning for daily and long range assignments
- Check assignment book
- Work with students who have current psychological testing (within 3 years) and diagnosed learning differences
- Interpret psychological reports to provide appropriate support
- May discuss with families the need for psychological testing and/or discussions with family for pediatrician intervention
- Advise parents on ways to provide assistance at home
- Coordinate SAT/ACT and other testing accommodations, if needed
- Communicate with classroom teachers to assist with suggestions as to how the regular curriculum can be differentiated to meet the student’s needs
- Communicate with the staff related to the progress of the student
- Communicate with parents with both positive and clear updates of student progress
- Wilson Reading Program at the Lower School level