Resource Room -available to any child having special needs which cannot be totally met in the regular classroom. It provides special education instruction on a one-to-one or small group basis in the area or areas of the child's special needs. The program aims to create and maintain a supportive environment that will enable students to function with as much independence as possible in their regular classroom setting.
Occupational Therapy - provides motor development groups to students who have difficulty in both gross and fine motor skills. Swings, slides, pillows, scooters and motivating toys are used to help the students improve their coordination at their individual rate of growth.
Physical Therapist - provides individual work with children who have mild to moderate motor delays or physical disabilities and provides services aimed at promoting large muscle growth and independence in mobility.
Speech and Language - provide screening, evaluation and therapeutic treatment of students exhibiting difficulties with speech sound production, language, voice or fluency of speech.
Pupil Evaluation Team (PET) - receives referrals for special education, coordinates the PET process and the screening of transfer students.
Social Worker - helps students resolve personal, emotional and social problems that interfere with adjustment to school; provides consulting services to students, teachers and families.
School Psychologist - meets with students individually to assess their abilities, identify possible causes of learning problems and consults with teachers and parents regarding assessment of students.
Program for Gifted Education - Provides services for students who excel, or have the potential to excel, beyond their age peers. The part-time teacher consults with classroom teachers and works directly with students.
Special Education Teachers - work with students in small groups or on an individual basis for evaluation and/or instruction when your child needs support beyond the scope of the classroom.