Tag Archive: Autism Spectrum

Sep 27

Cloverleaf Middle Schoolers serve their community

As part of the Cloverleaf Middle School program, students make monthly service trips to support local causes and fulfill needs in local communities. Last year, they baked cookies and volunteered at an animal shelter, made crafts with residents of an assisted living center, and cleaned up a nearby park. On the Martin Luther King, Jr. “Day …

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Aug 31

What do all those Special Ed terms mean?

Navigating the world of Special Education information and resources can be daunting for any parent. Between evaluations, reports, meetings and medical appointments, abundant information is given to you, yet little time is spent providing a careful explanation of what all of its means.   How can a parent become more knowledgeable in Special Education terminology …

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Aug 24

Cloverleaf’s Top 10: Growth Mindset Books for Kids

Growth mindset is an important concept at Cloverleaf, and one we reinforce continuously with our students.  Just as Ms. Elise blogged back in December, students with growth mindsets tend to have more success in school than students with fixed mindsets.  Many of the students we serve at Cloverleaf are working on raising their frustration tolerance threshold, …

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