Morning Academic Program for Grades 2-8
"I just want to take this opportunity to say a huge THANK YOU for all the teachers did for our daughter during summer school. In just 4 weeks, you were able to transform her from a child who avoided reading and math to one who came home excited to tell us she could do multiplication and begging us to read with her.
What a change - she now has confidence that she can learn and we are hopeful she will carry the skills forward to the school year. Thanks for all you did for her!"
- Groves Summer School Parent
Mark Your Calendar for Groves Academy's Summer School in 2014!
On the heels of our most successful summer school program ever, Groves Academy is pleased to announce the dates of our Summer School Program for 2014:
Grades 2-8: June 16 through July 11, 2014
Grades 9-12: July 28 through August 8, 2014
Click here to view the 2014 Summer School brochure, which includes application materials.
Reading and Spelling Overview
Groves Academy teachers use the Wilson Reading System® to improve student reading and spelling abilities. With an emphasis on direct, sequential, multi-sensory instruction, Wilson teachers use a diagnostic prescriptive approach and tailor instruction to the issues and successes of each student. Based on the tenets of Orton-Gillingham instruction, Wilson is a research-based approach designed to help all students become better readers and spellers.
Teachers use the University of Kansas Strategic Instruction Model, or Kansas Strategies, for the teaching of written expression. Like the Wilson Reading System®, the Sentence Writing Strategy and the Paragraph Writing Strategy teach foundational skills in a direct and sequential manner. Students learn to build and expand simple sentences before they learn paragraph organization and essay writing. The goal is to build a strong foundation upon which more sophisticated written language skills can be developed.
Math can be difficult for students who have learning differences because there are two distinct aspects - computation and conceptualization - involved in mathematical processing. Computation is problematic for students with ADHD or dysgraphia because they have difficulty with the details and sequencing of math problems. Students with conceptual math difficulties often have trouble with the language of mathematics.
The Groves approach to math helps students with both types of issues by providing direct, sequential, and multi-sensory instruction. Students learn both the concepts and the processes of mathematical operations. All classes work with applying mathematical principles in problem solving and critical thinking skills involving word problems.
Interested in registering or want more information? Please contact Colee Bean at email@example.com or 952-915-4297 for more information.