|Internal Resources||External Resources|
|Math Resource Teacher||Orton-Gillingham Specialists|
|Reading Resource Teacher||Speech and Language Specialists|
|As students move into middle school, Wesleyan’s academic support services team can assist diverse learners in developing the skills needed to be successful and independent. With current psycho-educational testing and administration’s recommendation, students may be eligible for Academic Resource Center small group or individual skills support focusing on executive functioning areas such as organization, time management, and study skills. These services are provided during the day and require a supplemental tuition.|
Every afternoon, the last scheduled period of the day is reserved for study hall and tutorial. Students may elect to use this time in study hall to get started on homework or they may sign up to attend tutorial with a specific teacher to receive additional support on concepts being covered in class.
|As students transition into high school, Wesleyan’s focus shifts to ensuring that students are ready for the independence waiting for them when they graduate. All high school students participate in executive functioning assessments and grade chairs maintain a portfolio of student-specific resources and support as needed for use in parent-student-grade chair conferences throughout the year.|