The mission of the LARC program is to provide a personalized an engaging learning environment for students with and without language-based learning concerns.
WHO WE SERVE
The LARC program is an early- childhood regular-education program supporting the development of strong foundations for learning. Small-sized classes serving young children in Pre-Kindergarten and Transitional- Kindergarten between 4 and 6 years old. Our students are developing typically or with mild delays. We know that all students benefit from language-rich support and activities to nurture their reading, writing, math, and vocabulary, as well as their social-emotional development.
THE LARC MODEL
In every classroom, an early childhood educator and speech-language pathologist team plan and teach. Children in our pre-Kindergarten classes begin their educational journey with self-discovery and play. The curriculum builds a strong foundation of academic skills and social emotional competencies for life-long learning.
Our Transitional-Kindergarten preparatory program uses a curriculum that promotes academic, social and emotional, and linguistic preparedness for rising Kindergartners. Young scholars participate in interest-driven experiential learning that is evidence-based.
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