Learning Support Center (LSC)
Academic Support is designed to provide specific assistance to students with Individualized Educational Plans. The LSC’s focus is to develop and master skills, to acquire effective academic learning strategies, to maximize their abilities as well as advocate for themselves. The LSC’s focus is not to support the completion of homework. The expectation is that the students will increase their acquisition and apply taught skills on a daily basis. The LSC does supplement and support the general education curriculum. LSC staff does not replace the extra help efforts of the students’ content area teachers.
Mission: To develop independent learners and self advocates.
Individual Support Program
The Individual Support Program (ISP) provides therapeutic support and specialized instruction to assist general education students (504) and special education students (IEPs) as one part of a continuum of services provided by the school district.
The ISP provides…
Supplementary academic instruction as necessary to access the general education curriculum.
Secondary Transition to create and carry out a plan that will help the student learn skills necessary to achieve their vision for adult life.
Behavioral management through a teacher managed or self-managed program, focusing on participation, attitude, behavioral appropriateness and organization.
Counseling for students within a therapeutic milieu, individually or in groups by a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW).
Collaboration with General Education and Subject Area Teachers
Home Involvement through ongoing dialogue and collaboration
Case management, interagency collaboration and crisis intervention with state and private agencies, therapists, and psychiatrists for cohesiveness and continuity of care.