Academic Support Program (ASP)


The mission of the Academic Support Program (ASP) is to support the academic needs of identified students by providing a learning environment which empowers growth. The Academic Support Program is guided by the nine principals of Schools Attuned to All Kinds of Minds, which includes observations, neurodevelopmental analysis, management by profile and measurement of impact as key components of the ASP process.

The Academic Support Program (ASP) Committee, consisting of the coordinator, school counselors, principal and/or assistant principals, classroom teachers and applicable support staff, collaborate with parents and students to meaningfully address individual student needs. Student strengths, affinities and areas of challenge are identified through a variety of measures, which include teacher observations, standardized test/ assessment results, class performance, professional evaluations (if applicable), and parent input. A plan, using Level 1 and Level 2 Accommodations, is developed and implemented. Student performance is monitored, and plans are reviewed, adjusted and/ or modified as needed.

St. Pius Elementary does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national or ethnic origin.

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