learning resource center
At St. Luke School we recognize that each child is unique, and we celebrate that all students have varied learning styles with their own strengths and challenges. Our experienced teachers employ a variety of strategies to ensure that learners
demonstrate academic growth to promote student achievement and success.
The Learning Resource Specialist works with teachers Pre-K through Grade 8 to support individual student needs and the implementation of recommended classroom accommodations.
Based on an assessed tiered level of need, some students may work outside of the classroom one on one or in small groups. Using a team approach, our staff works closely with parents and outside professionals to ensure that each student’s individual learning needs are met. As students progress through the grades, they learn skills and strategies to become their own best self-advocates for reaching
their personal life goals.
Learning Resource Director
Homework and Learning Tips to Support the Growing Brain
Helping your child/tween/teen move through the grades is not a simple task! Yet, each year you rise to the occasion! Your role is to support the learning that takes place in the school and foster further growth at home. To assist you in that highly important role, the following are some quick two-sided sheets that hopefully will assist you in pinpointing the best approaches to homework and learning for your son or daughter. Below are 3 different sheets based on the developmental stages of your child. Also included are some test-taking strategies and tips.
Search Institute has identified 40 positive supports and strengths that young people need to succeed. Half of the assets focus on the relationships and opportunities they need in their families, schools, and communities (external assets). The remaining assets focus on the social-emotional strengths, values, and commitments that are nurtured within young people (internal assets).
Oppositional Defiant Disorder