Parents of students requesting academic accommodations in the classroom must submit documentation to verify their child’s eligibility. Proper documentation consists of a current psycho-educational evaluation (required for a learning difference or ADHD) or a medical evaluation that addresses specific academic needs of your child. Academic evaluations are considered current for a period of up to five years. These academic evaluations should be sent to The Learning Center Director, Tracie Belt.
Families requesting teachers to complete any observation forms that may be required by an evaluation center must send the forms directly to The Learning Center for distribution to your child’s current teachers. The Learning Center will distribute any necessary forms to the teachers and fax or mail completed forms to the educational testing facility requested by the parent(s).
The referral process begins with the classroom teacher, who confers with the Director of the Learning Center to determine the appropriate educational plan. Cost of diagnostic testing and need-based instruction is determined by length of the sessions. Any diagnostic testing sessions that are provided by such specialists will be billed directly from these specialists, who establish their fees when conferring with parents.