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The Summit School’s Fall Symposium: Social Thinking Across the Home and School Day a SUCCESS – Parents, Teachers, Professionals Leave with Strategies that Can Be Used Immediately
(October 2019, Edgewater, MD) – On Saturday, October 19, 2019, The Summit School hosted its 2019 Fall Symposium – Social Thinking Across the Home and School Day: The ILAUGH Model. …
Understanding Dyslexia: Information for Parents
If your child is struggling academically and you suspect there may be a reading problem or you’ve learned your child has dyslexia, it can be reassuring to know you are …
Are You Concerned About Your Child’s Academic Performance? Summit Offers Benchmark Testing to Evaluate Student Academic Strengths and Weaknesses
No two students perform the same way in school. And when a teacher has a class full of 20 to 30 students, they do their best to make sure all …
The Summit School Celebrates Dyslexia Awareness Month – Promotes Recognition and Awareness
(October 2019, Edgewater, MD) – October is Dyslexia Awareness Month. It is an important opportunity for parents, educators, and policymakers to better understand dyslexia and its impact on students and …