The SJRCS PRIDE program, launched in 2012, serves children in grades 3-7 who have been diagnosed with mild to moderate learning disabilities. The program is taught by a certified special education teacher, who provides specialized instruction in language arts and math coupled with inclusion in general education classes within the larger student body.
PRIDE allows the community as a whole to learn more about the diversity of learners and learning styles and to appreciate the gifts and talents of all students. A personalized Progress Plan is developed for each PRIDE student. Special educators use the PPP to plan Language Arts and Math instructional times and accommodations.
PRIDE serves the mission of Catholic schools to educate the whole child, affirm their unique gifts, and nurture them to reach their full potential.
To view a video about the PRIDE program click here.