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Our Program

The Cloverleaf School specializes in educating children grades K-5 with ADHD, high functioning autism, and other learning differences to equip them with the skills needed to navigate the world with confidence.

The Cloverleaf School serves its students by:

  • Stabilizing young learners whose disabilities have made their experience at school traumatic and dispiriting by providing a safe, educational environment that emphasizes success and rebuilds confidence.
  • Understanding our students’ unique abilities and challenges by connecting teachers, students, their families, and other professionals for the purpose of truly seeing each child in his or her entirety.
  • Creating individualized learning programs that cultivate each learner’s strengths and provide support and remediation in areas of struggle to move the student forward at his or her own pace.

 

Our Core Beliefs:

  • Confidence- Self Advocacy • Self Esteem • Self Reliance
  • Community- Belonging • Responsibility • Awareness
  • Courtesy- Thoughtfulness • Communication • Consideration
  • Capability- Independence • Knowledge • Productivity

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Enrichment

Students at The Cloverleaf School have an enrichment class every day. We feel enrichment is a time for students to showcase their strengths and develop new interests. Introducing new experiences also allows  students to identify activities that  help calm and regulate them such as yoga, sports or painting. At the Cloverleaf School we rotate our …

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Traditional Calendar

Balanced Calendar

The Cloverleaf School 2013-14 Academic Calendar The Cloverleaf School 2014-15 Academic Calendar Our Calendar The Cloverleaf School has adopted a Balanced Calendar in order to provide consistency, stability and extended opportunities for lasting learning experiences for our students. Our academic calendar is roughly based on the 45/10 model which includes 45 instructional days followed by …

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Cloverleaf Club

We offer After School care until 6 PM. Jason Teufel is our AfterSchool Coordinator, and BOY, Mr. Jason sure will keep you busy and having fun!   Weekly Schedule: Monday: 3:30–Snack Attack!  3:45–Obstacle Course.  4:00–Soccer Skills.  4:30–Homework and chill time.  5:00–Spanish Club (spanish games).  5:30–Cool down/Freetime (student’s choice to relax and/or play games).  Tuesday: 3:30- …

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Curriculum

The Cloverleaf School Curriculum  We use a comprehensive approach to curriculum. We have several curriculum materials that we combine for each content area according to the student’s individual needs. Language and Phonics      S.M.A.R.T.( Systematic Multisensory Approach to Reading Training) The S.M.A.R.T. Curriculum is a comprehensive and multisensory approach to teaching reading, writing and spelling …

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Social & Emotional Development

We recognize that our student population not only has academic challenges, but social and emotional challenges as well. In order to best teach each student we have integrated remediation of social deficits into the structure of each day. The social and emotional component of our program has two parts: individualized and explicit Social Skills instruction …

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Technology

Of all the things schools and teachers do, perhaps one of the most important is figuring out how best to teach students.  In this era, that has to include assessing technologies and adapting them to classroom use. There’s a lot of “buzz” out there about iPads and apps, and almost every kid you meet can …

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