Parents know their children have different interests, personalities, like and dislikes. But what happens when the way one child learns is so unique that they require additional resources? At Queen of Angels, Principal Julia Kelly knows that this happens frequently. “We can and should be continually challenging ourselves to create the best possible learning environment to meet the individual needs of our students.”
Queen of Angels prides itself on seeing the same possibilities parents do when they look in their children’s eyes. One child in the middle grades may read at a high school level, while her classmate battles dyslexia. One youngster may require accommodations for her physical disability, while her peer needs the learning environment adapted to overcome Attention Deficit Disorder. To help children such as these, Queen of Angels makes use of many resources.
While the teaching methods may be differentiated for each student, one thing remains the same: the partnership between the parents and teachers is paramount in creating the best possible learning environment at Queen of Angels.