ALLIES in Learning & Literacy

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2016-2017 News

  • Welcome to Academy for Literacy, Learning & Innovation Excellence

    Rebecca Thompson, ALLIES director of academic services, explains how this targeted program benefits struggling readers and students displaying characteristics of Dyslexia.

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ALLIES Updates

  • Humble Beginnings, Finding Clarity: Learn how ALLIES grew from an innovative approach within one elementary school to serve a larger population of learningas as Academy for Literacy, Learning & Innovation Excellence.

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  • Learning Ally newsletter: Learning Ally is a national nonprofit serving students with learning and visual disabilities. The organization provides vital resources for parents; training and technology for teachers and schools; and 80,000 human-narrated audio textbooks for K-12 through higher ed. Download the latest Learning Ally newsletter.


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  • Bright Solutions for Dyslexia Newsletter: Read the Bright Solutions for Dyslexia Newsletter for May to hear from Susan Barton, an internationally recognized expert on dyslexia. She presents important stories of overcoming Dyslexia, new opportunities and new breakthroughs.


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  • Helpful Resources for Parents: We've assembled a convenient list of resources to assist you in learning more about Dyslexia and helping your struggling reader at home. Visit our frequently asked questions page for the list.


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  • Academy for Literacy, Learning & Innovation Excellence ALLIES Informational Brochure: See the data and read the frequently asked questions about how the Academy for Literacy, Learning & Innovation Excellence might be right for your child. Download the ALLIES brochure.


     

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District Updates

  • Building an Identity: A name. A mascot. School colors.

    In the next few months, we'll break ground on a new elementary school just north of Falcon Middle School. A school is more than the walls, doors and roof. It's about the students and educators working and learning together each day. Having a name, a mascot, and school colors to proudly wear is an important part of the identity of any school. Share your thoughts and opinions with us.

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  • Proposed: New Transportation Fee Structure

    To help increase efficiency in the transportation department and maintain relatively low rates for the long-term, the Board of Education directors are considering a change to the fee structure for the 2017-18 school year. Moving from a structure with only per-ride, monthly and annual payment options to per-ride, quarterly, semester and annual payment options will provide additional cost saving options when families purchase annual or semester passes.

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Academy for Literacy, Learning & Innovation Excellence

The Academy for Literacy, Learning & Innovation Excellence inspires students with language based learning difficulties and characteristics of dyslexia to celebrate their strengths and overcome their struggles while preparing for a successful educational experience in middle school, high school and beyond. In its quest to be the finest school in District 49 to serve students with language based learning difficulties and characteristics of dyslexia, ALLIES aims to make a difference in the lives of the students it serves and the families who support these children. Students succeed in a caring and supportive environment that accommodates for their needs and draws on their strengths. ALLIES families experience the difference and watch their bright children flourish as they overcome their academic struggles and discover their gifts.

School District 49

Financial Transparency District 49 prepares students, in a safe and caring environment, to be successful, competent and productive citizens in a global society. Our teachers, administrators and staff members are committed to the creation of educational environments where all children can maximize their individual learning potential. Further, we are committed to meeting students' needs in all domains: academic, social and physical. An emphasis in all activities will be toward empowering students to take an active role in their own learning.
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