St. Aloysius School strives to meet the individual needs of each child by offering academic support services to students who may need extra assistance and attention to maximize their academic progress. Students are referred to academic support services by their teacher.
The reading resource lab allows students in grades K-3 to receive additional help with phonemic awareness, reading fluency, and comprehension. Reading groups meet regularly with a certified teacher trained in this area. This program is offered at no cost to the family.
The math resource lab allows for students in grades 2-5 to receive remediation and reinforcement of math concepts, problem solving skills, number sense, and computation. Math small groups are offered to students in grades 6-8 who need additional reinforcement of grade level concepts. This program is offered at no cost to the family.
The Catholic Diocese of Baton Rouge Department of Special Education offers two programs on the campus of St. Aloysius. The REACH Dyslexia Lab provides St. Aloysius students with Academic Language Therapy outside of their core curriculum classes. This program is fee-based and is staffed by Kathy Cook, a Certified Academic Language Therapist.
The REACH Special Education class serves students who have been diagnosed with autism, Down Syndrome, developmental delay and other health impairments. This a self-contained class for students in kindergarten and first grade. The students will integrate into St. Aloysius enrichment classes and various school activities.
Admissions for both programs are coordinated through the Department of Special Education. Click here for more information.