• Learning Support

    Learning Support

    Learning Support is provided for students who are primarily in need of academic intervention and support. Students participating in Learning Support programs may include those identified with a specific learning disability, mild mental retardation, visual impairment, hearing impairment, emotional disturbance and/or orthopedic impairments as well as students diagnosed along the autism spectrum. Students may participate in this program according to degree of need relative to type of instruction and percentage of time away from their typical peers.  Learning Support classes are located in all schools within the district. Collaborative Instruction classes provide support through co-teaching at the secondary level by a content instructor and a special education teacher in the general education curriculum