Accepting students for Summer 2020 and the 2020-2021 school year programs

Thinking Ahead

Summer Programs

Summer is a great time to relax and take a vacation from school or work. Rest benefits the body and brain!  It is also important to remember that students need review and some brain stimulation to help them retain what they have learned and to help them from losing ground in their skills over the summer. 

Summer Shake-Up

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Small Group & Individual Sessions

For students who want to become more confident learners

Reading, Language, & Thinking

Activities will focus on helping students build grade appropriate skills in phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. Through our activities, we want to stimulate language, visual and auditory discrimination, sequencing, and memory.  Small groups for grades 1, 2, 3, and 4/5.  Individual sessions are available for students in other grades. 

The Spelling Club

Activities will focus on learning and reviewing spelling rules, types of syllables, and being intentional in observation of spelling patterns. The small group format is open for combined grades 4/5 and individual sessions are open to students in other grades. 

Search & Teach

Search & Teach is a program for students in Kindergarten and 1st grade who are vulnerable to failure in reading. Students who participate in Search & Teach must first have the Search Scan administered prior to acceptance into the program. Students who qualify for enrollment may participate in Search & Teach during the summer, but they may need to be enrolled throughout the school year, as well. Parents interested in having their child receive the Search Scan should contact The ReaonAble Scholar (TRS). 

Discovery

Discovery is a long-term program of educational therapy to help strengthen perception, thinking, and academic skills for students who have been diagnosed with a learning disability. Parents who are interested in learning more about this program should contact The ReasonAble Scholar. Current TRS students already enrolled in educational therapy may continue this program in the summer.