Early Learning Center
Social Work Services
Fox Chase is interested in all aspects of your child’s development. In that light, the Social Work program attempts to meet the needs of the students whose social or emotional problems seriously impact their learning. Students are referred by their classroom teachers or building administrators and assessed for direct services as schedules permit. In addition, social workers meet student’s needs through the Pupil Personnel Services Team, classroom groups, parent and teacher consultation and crisis intervention services. Please feel free to contact your child’s teacher or the principal if you have concerns about your child’s social or emotional adjustment to school.
Title One Reading Services
Title One Reading and Reading Recovery are federally funded programs, which attempt to identify those students who are not achieving the reading skill level of their class as designated by state performance standards and the School Improvement.
The reading assistants of District 308 screen all kindergarten children. The Title One reading specialists screen all first grade students, all second grade students, some students new to the district, students who have previously received Title I reading services, and students in need of screening as requested by the classroom teacher.
Students in need of reading support meet individually or in small groups with trained teachers and assistants. Parents will be informed if their child is placed in a s specialized reading program. If children are placed on a waiting list, parents will be notified upon intake into the program.
Lisa Ware, Rebecca Sobolevsky, Brenda Sibon
Instructional Skills Program
Life Skills Program