A SUPPORTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
HBHA's Student Services team strives to provide learning assistance to all students K-12. The Student Services team works to implement emotional, behavioral, and academic support and accommodations for varying learning styles and differences within the classroom as well as additional pull-out assistance as needed.
The Student Services team is comprised of a School Psychologist, Learning Specialist, Gifted Facilitator, Director of Student Services, School Principal and appropriate grade level teaching team. For more information, contact Netta Krashin, 913.327.4645.
Student Services works to provide an appropriate response when academic and behavioral needs are demonstrated by the student in the form of:
- Frequent data-based monitoring for instructional decision making to empower each student to achieve high standards. Collective data may result in a referral to student’s public school for problem solving or possible evaluation and services.
Collaborative work with parents to design and implement Individualized Action Plans, Behavioral Plans, School/Home Plans, 504 Plans, and Alternative Diploma Plans.
Pull-out and push-in services from members of the Student Services team
Problem solving support for grade level teaching teams to help teachers adapt and modify assignments and assessments to meet student’s needs
The LAUNCH program - Learning and Understanding Nature through Creativity and Hard Work – supports the academic needs of high achieving and gifted learners. HBHA dedicates a full-time position to the LAUNCH program to help ensure that all high achieving and gifted learners receive the rigor and challenge necessary for continued growth.
LAUNCH facilitator supports high achieving and gifted students with a pull out program.
LAUNCH Facilitator collaborates with the classroom teachers to address advanced learning needs of high achieving students.
LAUNCH facilitator works collaboratively with teachers to differentiate curriculum in the classroom.
LAUNCH facilitator monitors students throughout the year to ensure appropriate student growth.