Learning Enrichment Achievement Program

  • Our Learning Enrichment Achievement Program is for students needing moderate to intensive assistance in their personalized curriculum

  • What is Learning Enrichment Achievement Program is for students needing moderate to intensive assistance in their personalized curriculum?

    Learning Enrichment Achievement Program is for students needing moderate to intensive assistance in their personalized curriculum is designed to optimize instruction for students in the domains of curriculum and learning, social/emotional, communication, and independent functioning during the school day. Students receive instruction from a teacher(s) trained in various modalities and learning methods to ensure the needs of each student are met. Students work with the teacher and support staff to create a prescriptive schedule to allow for students to progress with individual learning, social emotional, communication, and independent functioning goals. Teachers provide weekly progress monitoring to ensure the students are making progress towards these goals.

    Learning Enrichment Achievement Program is for students needing moderate to intensive assistance in their personalized curriculum has three tiers of instruction. Students are evaluated prior to acceptance to determine the Level. Students in this program have access to various research based curriculum such as Wilson Reading System, Seeing Stars Reading Program, Visualizing and Verbalizing For Cognitive Development, and On Cloud Nine for Math. A specific curriculum is determined after the student has been evaluated based on the individual needs of each student. At that time, the staff of Collage Day School meet with the parents, therapists and teacher to create the student’s individualized schedule and ensure the student has the ability to transition into the grade level classroom for resource, recess, lunch, field trips, academic areas of strength, and all other grade level activities.

  • Consultation

    Students enrolled in the Consultation Program are included in the general education setting for all learning activities. The student’s teacher, family, and Case Manager collaborate to create goal(s) for the student’s Academic Student Achievement Plan (ASAP) targeting the domain(s) in which the student needs additional monitoring and support– Curriculum and Learning, Social/Emotional behavior, Independent Functioning and Communication. The student’s Case Manager works together with the student’s teacher to accommodate the student within the classroom and work toward meeting annual goals developed by the team. The Case Manager also monitors progress toward the goals in the ASAP and collaborate with teachers and families alike to support the student’s growth and achievement of these goals.

  • Inclusion

    Students enrolled in the Inclusion Program receive a portion of their core instruction from a Learning Enrichment Achievement Program Teacher. This instruction is either ‘push-in’ or ‘pull-out’ depending on student need. The student’s Learning Enrichment Achievement Program Teacher, classroom teacher and family collaborate to create a Prescriptive Education Plan (PEP) targeting the domain(s) in which the student needs additional monitoring and support. These domains include Curriculum and Learning, Social/Emotional Behavior, Independent Functioning and Communication. The Learning Enrichment Achievement Program Teacher collaborates with the general education teacher to develop accommodations that help the student flourish in the general education setting. Inclusion students participate in the same assessment calendar as those in the general education classroom. These students attend lunch, recess, resource, and all other scheduled activities, such as field trips and Timbernook with their grade-level class. The Learning Enrichment Achievement Program Teachers work closely with the student’s grade level teacher to transition the student into the general education setting for all academic areas of strength when appropriate.

  • Immersion

    Students enrolled in the Immersion Program attend Palm Valley Child Development Center (185 Landrum Lane, Ponte Vedra 32082) and receive all of their core tuition from a Learning Enrichment Achievement Program Teacher. The student’s Learning Enrichment Achievement Program Teacher, classroom teacher and family collaborate to create a Prescriptive Education Plan (PEP) targeting the domain(s) in which the student needs additional support– Curriculum and Learning, Social/Emotional Behavior, Independent Functioning and Communication. The Learning Enrichment Achievement Program Teacher accommodates student needs by modifying the curriculum in order to work toward achieving mastery of foundational skills necessary to progress and re-integrate into the general education setting for academics when/if appropriate. Students participating in this programming have access to recess, resource, and all other scheduled activities, such as field trips and Timbernook with their grade-level class when inclusion criteria is met. As students’ progress in the Immersion Program, they have the opportunity to transition into the Inclusion Program.