Special Academic Support Services

Resources for Children with Special Learning Needs

Information Letter to Families

Full text of the letter can be found in a link at the bottom of the news story.

Additional Supports and Practice for Learners with Special Needs

We encourage all students to participate in the activities provided for Tier One instruction and recognize our learners with special needs require additional practice and supports. Below you will find websites and activities appropriate for children with different learning needs.

We invite you to continue coming back to our Smore newsletter as it will be updated with additional resources.

General Resources

Helping Children Understand Coronavirus

One of the best ways to conquer fear is through truth and information. Here is a link to resources appropriate for educating students on the coronavirus and healthy hygiene habits.

Coronavirus Social Story

Social stories are powerful tools to support children with Autism in understanding difficult situations. Here is a link to a very thoughtful social story to help children understand and cope with the changes occurring because of the coronavirus.

Scholastic Learning Resources - Learn at Home

Scholastic Learn at Home resources are great for all learners!

Digital Literacy Resources

Foundational Computer Skills

GCF LearnFree.Org @ https://edu.gcfglobal.org/en/

Building Emergent Mouse Skills

Chrome Music Lab @ https://musiclab.chromeexperiments.com/Experiments

Palm Beach County Library Mousercise! @ http://www.pbclibrary.org/mousing/mousercise.htm

Keyboarding Skills

Jungle Junior: Typing for Kids! (Multilingual) @ https://www.typingclub.com/kids-typing

Dance Mat Typing @ https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf2f9j6/articles/z3c6tfr

Typing Club Curriculum (Multilingual) @ https://www.typingclub.com/

Resources to Support Special Learning Needs

Students receiving services through ECSE, TAP and LINC Classrooms

Unique Learning Systems

N2Y or Unique Learning Systems is the curriculum your child's teacher has been using this school year. Please take advantage of this free 30 day trial to help keep your child's learning fresh and interesting.




Active Learning

Active Learning is an approach based on the work of Dr. Lilli Nielsen. It is not just a piece of equipment. It refers to a total approach for promoting the development of individuals with severe multiple disabilities. It contains an assessment, a curriculum, specifically-designed equipment, and instructional strategies that support learners to be active participants in their surroundings


Students with Dyslexia and other Reading Difficulties

The resources below require a login and password. If your child does not currently have a login and password or they can't remember it, submit the information requested in the form on the button below to request access.

Learning Ally - Audio Books Online - excellent resource for students with Dyslexia, other reading difficulties and visually impaired students


Lexia Learning Systems - A comprehensive reading program including phonics, vocabulary, grammar and comprehension instruction and practice.

Grade K-5 Program: https://www.lexiacore5.com/?SiteID=0995-3712-3566-7922

Grade 6-12 Program: https://www.lexiapowerup.com/?SiteID=0995-3712-3566-7922

Resource Request Form

Use this button to request access to Lexia and Learning Ally

Neuhaus Academy - Word Study for Older Students

Neuhaus Academy offers simple, powerful reading tutorials on specific words chosen to expand your vocabulary and enhance your overall reading ability.

Students with Difficulties in Math and Reading - No Logins Required

Parent Resources:

https://www.readingrockets.org/ - This website is a wealth of information. Most of the activities on this site are designed to be with books rather than an online platform.

https://www.colorincolorado.org/es/familias- Esta página tiene recursos para familias en español.

Sites for students to practice skills








Fluency and Fitness Active Learning Activities

Elementary Math and Reading review combined with physical activities. Parents enjoy a free 21-day pass for at home learning.