Learning Differences

The BRIDGE is a collaborative program between the classroom teacher, the service providers, and the parents that is designed to serve children who learn differently. The program serves students with mild learning differences as well as those who may require periodic instructional support that is delivered individually or in a small group environment.

Bridge Faculty

Mrs. Alicia Goff
Bridge Director

  • B.S. in Education, Summa Cum Laude, Baylor University
  • Early Childhood Specialist
  • Pre-K ESL Teacher for 4 years
  • Third Grade Teacher at CCS for 10 years
  • Elementary Student Assessment & Placement at CCS for 3 Years
  • Trained in the Barton Reading & Spelling System
Mrs. Julie Stacy
Bridge Instructor
  • B.A. in Education, Ohio Northern University
  • M.Ed., Kennesaw State University
  • ES & MS Teacher for over 20 years (13 years at CCS)
  • Orton Gillingham/Multi-Sensory Education Trained
  • Trained in Instructional Methods for Students with ADD/ADHD

Stages of Instructional Support

Our overall objective in The Bridge is to assist students in a steady progression through three key grade-based stages that will effectively prepare them for the academic rigor and requirements of our Middle 7/8 and High School curriculums.

Program Framework

The following Program Framework will serve as a guide to your initial engagement as well as the ongoing communication you can expect from The BRIDGE throughout the school year:

  • Week 1
    • Initial student assessment to determine specific instructional needs
    • Classroom observations by director
  • Week 2
    • Continue classroom observations
    • Develop initial draft of individualized plan of instruction
    • Schedule parent meetings to review instruction plan draft and finalize for implementation
  • Week 3
    • Initiate instruction plan

Program Fees

Fees will charged at $45 per session.

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