Our REACH (Resource for Educational ACHievement) program supports students enrolled at Hartfield Academy with learning differences with the goal of helping them reach their full potential in a college preparatory school. Hartfield understands the variety of learning differences and the individuality of the student, therefore our Director of REACH will collaborate with the student, parent, teacher, and principal to develop an Individual Learning Plan (ILP) for each student. Our REACH program desires to partner with families to support the student’s learning experience at Hartfield.
The goal of REACH is to support students in meeting Hartfield’s academic standards, not to provide a program different in substance from what is provided to other students. Current, written documentation by a medical physician and/or licensed clinician that verifies a learning difference must be provided to the Director of REACH. Students in REACH must have the cognitive ability to participate in General Education classes.
REACH offers various services depending on the student’s individual needs. Dyslexia Therapy, testing accommodations, learning strategies, and tutoring are services Hartfield provides to help support each student’s individual learning style. Click here to learn more about how REACH has helped a few of our students at Hartfield.
In order for students to be enrolled in Hartfield’s REACH program, the parent must schedule an individual meeting with the Director of REACH, Courtney Anders. Mrs. Anders can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 601-992-5333.