SPECIAL LEARNING NEEDS
Save the Date!
FIRE Ball 2017
October 14, 2017 @ 6 pm
Are you ready for a Hot Havana Night?
Support inclusive Catholic education at our school and throughout the Diocese at FIRE Foundation’s signature event. Get set for delicious Cuban cuisine and exotic libations, cool classic cars and the sultry sounds of salsa, merengue and rumba. The silent and live auctions will be sizzling with action, adventure and one-of-a-kind items.
We’re raising funds to create successful learning environments for students with special needs and we’re raising the roof with fun and fantastic fiesta! Tickets sell fast and capacity is limited so go to firefoundation.org to reserve your spot and buy your raffle tickets for a chance to win $1996! That’s the year FIRE was founded.
We’re also on the hunt for energetic volunteers, auction donations and generous underwriters. Call 816.756.1858 / ext. 252 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
St. Charles Borromeo Academy is designated by the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph as a F.I.R.E. (Families for Inclusive Religious Education) school. The school began partnering with the F.I.R.E. Foundation during the 2015-2016 school year to assist the administration in providing funds and resources necessary to meet the needs of all students attending Borromeo Academy. For more information on this program, please contact the resource teacher or school office.
Learning Resource Room/Services
St. Charles Borromeo Academy has a long standing tradition of assisting students in the classroom, in adapting curriculum and instruction to best serve individual learning needs, and in pull out programs. Diagnostic testing is done through the resource room. A request for testing may come from either parent/guardian or teacher. The results of prior testing, in combination with in school indicators and tests, will aid in developing a service plan to best support the academic development of the student.
Further testing by a qualified professional may be necessary to provide specific information regarding academic challenges. A recommendation for services will be made based on test results. A student service plan will be created if needed. The plan is reviewed by parents/guardians, teacher, and resource room on a regular basis to monitor progress. School-based services are coordinated with regular classroom scheduling. For questions regarding current programs, please contact the school office at 816-436-1009