Specialized Learning Needs

  • The Watershed School Charter School delivers special education services that comply with School District policy and state and federal law. Children with different learning abilities will receive a high quality education at The Watershed School.

    Teaching through multiple strategies and allowing for flexibility in ways to display mastery of classroom work is a hallmark of good instruction. Project-based learning, one of the main components of The Watershed School, involves learning through experiences. Many of our projects will focus on ecological concepts, while others will have a strong service-learning component. Highly relevant concepts like these, which use hands-on, flexible performance, and authentic experiences, work well with all children. They also allow for alternative approaches that address students' individual differences, variations in learning styles, intelligences, abilities, and disabilities.

Last Modified on July 23, 2015