LEAP Pilot Program
The Archdiocese is collaborating with LEAP innovations in order to implement the pilot program, of which literacy and writing is the focus. In announcing the program the Archdiocese explained, “LEAP Innovations will work with the participating schools to analyze the schools’ current instructional practices, curriculum and tools to identify challenges to address through personalized learning. School leaders and teachers will work with LEAP Innovations to create and execute a quality, classroom-based personalized learning program enhanced by educational technology.”
The ACT Aspire test is administrated annually at all Catholic elementary schools in the Archdiocese. The pilot program aims to see improvement in student achievement as measured through the reading and writing portions of this test. It is the goal for students to meet or exceed grade-level benchmarks after the implementation of the program.
The Archdiocese believes that by combining traditional and technology-driven teaching during this pilot, instructors will be more able to meet students’ individual needs.
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We use software and small group instruction to ensure every student is engaged in the lesson, asks questions, and fully understands concepts. Our method allows teachers to identify student's strengths and weaknesses in each common core standard and create custom daily lesson plans.
Contact our Principal Mrs. Amanda Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the program and how parents can engage with teachers in the educational process.
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