In the Resource Room, students work in small groups or one-on-one receiving support in the areas of academics, behavioral skills, social/emotional development, task managment, and organizational skills. Resource teachers may also provide support in the mainstream classroom setting.
Works with students meeting the district-wide criteria for ASD.
Provide assessment and occupational therapy services to students identified with special education needs, in areas such as fine motor skills, organization, sensory processing, and functional independence as they relate to classroom demands and performance.
Involved in assessment of cognitive ability of students and in planning for strategies and ideas to ensure student success. In addition to this, the psychologists assist in curriculum modification and consult with parents and teachers.
Involved in the assessment of students who demonstrate speech (articulation, fluency, voice) problems and/or language (expressive and receptive) difficulties. Works with students who have been diagnosed with speech and/or language difficulties.
Assist students throughout their school day, as needed.