Students return in droves to Missouri Summer Journey

Catapult Learning’s Suzanne DeZego, Vice President – Missouri, was recently quoted in a news article focusing on the return and growth of the Missouri Summer Journey program this year. The turnkey summer program provides complete support for districts, including lesson plans, enrollment toolkits, and professional development materials for teachers. The Principal at Confluence Academy

SESI Behavior Expert Featured in K-12 Dive; Discusses Remote Learning

A major shift in learning occurred in 2020, when educators had to rethink the Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) of students with special needs. K-12 Dive, a publication that gives insight into impactful news and trends shaping K-12 education, featured SESI’s Diane Myers, SVP of Behavior in an article highlighting the struggles – and silver linings

Catholic Schools Are Making the Most of the Moment

This has not been the year for going it alone. Regardless of age, race, ethnicity or religion, our individual worlds were foundationally shaken by the COVID-19 pandemic throughout 2020. Our everyday lives — our health, careers and social structures — were disrupted like never before. The situation also shined a bright spotlight on the

High Road Schools Featured on Better Connecticut

Better Connecticut, a program on WFSB Channel 3, interviewed Gary Hunt, SESI’s Regional Vice President, New England about High Road Schools of Connecticut in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week.  Specialized Education Services, Inc. (SESI) operates 10 programs throughout Connecticut. Hunt says that High Road Schools, in helping students to thrive, “it’s about looking individually at

Wilkes-Barre Mayor Honors Graham Academy Students for World Autism Month

Wilkes-Barre Mayor George Brown and his staff were enthusiastic about increasing public awareness of people with autism – and providing students at The Graham Academy with a special day to remember. Two students were named honorary firefighters Friday, April 23, as part of Autism Awareness Day in the city. Another student, remained at City Hall where

High Road School of Nashville Reopens, Featured on WKRN

High Road School of Nashville was featured on WKRN about the phased reopening schools in The Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) system. On a virtual learning model since Thanksgiving break, the school reopened for in-person instruction on Thursday, February 4. Education Director Gentry Campbell shared her excitement about students’ return, saying “I love them

During Pandemic, Special Education Teacher Learns from Students

The San Diego Union-Tribune spotlighted commentary from Melissa Rivera, special education teacher at Sierra School of San Diego. Rivera shares how her special education students taught her during the COVID-19 pandemic. With special education, teachers adapt to the students instead of making the students adapt to the curriculum. Seeing my students helps me personally

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