Special Programs

  • Title I
    Our Title I teachers work with identified students who are struggling with reading. This program supplements and does not replace the students’ classroom reading instruction. It is a “second dose” of reading instruction.

    Our Gifted and Talented students in grades 3-5 who have been formally identified receive an Advanced Learning Plan. The Gifted and Talented District Coordinator works with our building coordinator and classroom teachers to enrich and extend the regular classroom curriculum as well as challenge students to think critically and develop higher level thinking skills.

    Students in Kindergarten through fifth grade who are identified as English Language Learners receive an ELL Plan. Our district ELL Coordinator works a building ELL liaison to provide support to teachers who have students identified as having English as their second language.

    Special Education
    Our Special Education teachers support our students who are on Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) in conjunction with the classroom teachers. Special education services include: moderate needs, severe needs, speech/language, and occupational therapy. Additionally, we have a part time school psychologist on staff.