EDUCATIONAL

SUPPORT

SERVICES

NILD Educational Therapy was developed by the National Institute for Learning Development to treat assumed, underlying causes of learning challenges rather than simply treating the symptoms.

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SEARCH AND TEACH PROGRAM

Available to K-1st graders

45 min/day; 3 times per week

 

Emphasis on:

Reading struggles

Classroom skills

Individually prescribed program

EXECUTIVE SKILLS TRAINING

Available to 2nd-8th graders

80min/session; 1-2 times per week

Emphasis on skills such as:

Study habits

Time Management

Homework Tracking

Writing

Student Accountability

NILD EDUCATIONAL THERAPY

Available to 2nd-8th graders

80 min/session; 2 times per week

 

Emphasis on basic skills such as:

Reading, Writing, Spelling

Mathematics

Applying reasoning skills

Meet The Team

Mrs. Brandi Geer

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Director of Educational

Support Services

Mrs. Lisa Hum

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Search and Teach Therapist

Mrs. Catherine Verango

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Director of Life Transformation

Care Team

Care Team is a team of staff members who come together on a weekly basis to discuss how the school is providing additional services to our students with academic and/or behavioral challenges. The goal of the Care Team is to coordinate school-wide efforts focused on making sure students attend school every day, are in good health, are performing well academically, and are developing the social emotional skills necessary to be successful in school and life. The Care Team accepts referrals from teachers, staff, and families to discuss and provide additional supports for students that are struggling to achieve in school.

Restorative Practices

CCS's philosophy of staff/student relationships, classroom management, and discipline is aligned with the Restorative Practices approach. Restorative Practices provides a framework and specific strategies for educators to use in developing a positive school climate that will, in turn, foster student discipleship. Our approach to discipline involves interventions when harm has happened, as well as practices that help to prevent harm and conflict by creating a sense of belonging, safety, and social responsibility within the school community. Through this process, we strive to make things as right as possible and bring redemption. 

Social Emotional Learning- Second Step

Second Step programs are research-based, teacher-informed, and classroom-tested to promote the social-emotional development, safety, and well-being of children from Early Learning through Grade 8. SEL concepts provide an extra dimension to education, focusing on improving cooperation, communication, and decision making. In a world where emotional intelligence is critical for lifelong happiness, successful careers, and healthier relationships, SEL gives students a framework for developing these skills. 

QUESTIONS?

WE'RE HERE TO HELP

Brandi Geer M.Ed. PCET

NILD Program Coordinator

brandigeer@ccs-rams.org

For questions or more

information, contact

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