The Summit School to Hold Open House, Saturday, April 6, 2019
Checklist for School Visits
Is your child struggling in school? Are you tired of the homework battle? With your child’s latest report card are you thinking maybe your child isn’t going to catch up? Is there something just not right? At The Summit School, we know how you’re feeling. All of our students once struggled in school.
Join us on Saturday, April 6 at 9:00 am for Summit’s Open House and learn more about our unique program serving bright students with dyslexia and other learning differences. Dr. Joan Mele-McCarthy, Executive Director, will share how Summit’s research-based teaching methods and multi-sensory instruction create an environment where students thrive and are well prepared for success beyond Summit. You’ll also be able to take a campus tour, meet Summit parents and hear from Summit students.
At Summit’s Open House you will be surrounded by people who understand how you’re feeling and the impact this is having on your family. Summit staff and Student and Parent Ambassadors will be available for informal conversations after Dr. McCarthy’s presentation. This is an opportunity to learn all about the resources available for your child including what The Summit School has to offer, summer programs, tutoring and diagnostic testing. As you prepare for a school visits, here is a checklist of the questions you may want to be asking.
If you plan to attend the April 6 Open House or any of the Drop In Tour Dates please RSVP to .
April 6, 2019
Drop In Tour Dates:
March 20, 2019
April 24, 2019
May 8, 2019
May 22, 2019
Open House and Drop In Tours begin promptly at 9:00 am.
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About The Summit School: The Summit School was founded to serve children, grades 1-8, with dyslexia and other learning differences. Now in its 30th year, Summit has an incredible record of helping children become successful learners. The core of Summit’s program incorporates: highly trained teachers, researched-based instruction, hands-on, multi-sensory learning environments and low teacher-student ratios. For more information about The Summit School and Summit Resource Center please visit www.thesummitschool.org.