Our school's structure is highly intentional in meeting the individual needs of each student.
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Our focus is on the whole child, not just their academics. This looks like social/emotional learning, therapeutic intervention, filling in foundational gaps in learning, and focusing on life skills that students can carry into adulthood.
We believe that all children have value and are precious,
and we want them to reach their full potential.
We understand that each child is different: has different needs, different life goals, and a different rate or pace that they can meet those goals
"Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood."
At The Provision, we give opportunities for movement and breaks throughout the day--between 2-4 recesses a day depending on the needs of the classroom.
Every student in every grade is given the chance to participate in outdoor play every time the weather is permitting and indoor recess if it is not.
We believe that structured and non-structured play serve important purposes in teaching social-emotional learning and problem-solving.
We do this both during class time and at recess.
Our classrooms do not always look traditional.
You may see students sitting on the ground, pacing in the back of the room, or standing up.Some students will do their assignments independently, while others may do it with assistance from a teacher or peer.
We want students to be engaged in learning in the ways that are most meaningful to them.
We focus on creating individualized learning that focuses on not just the academic needs of our students, but holistically applying strategies to meet their social, emotional, physical, and academic needs.