Before- School Learning and After-School Learning
Before and After-school remediation classes are offered for students who are having difficulty with grade level curriculum. During these remediation classes, teachers work with students on specific grade level reading and math skills. Enrollment in these classes is based on teacher referral. Your child's teacher will contact you about these support services if s/he believes they would be of benefit to your child.
Gifted and Talented Education (G.A.T.E.)
Knob Hill's GATE program is designed to assist in meeting the unique needs of students who demonstrate superior ability. The program begins in third grade with a multiple criteria identification process. GATE students are clustered in specific classrooms in order to provide instruction that differentiates the core curriculum and provides them with advanced learning opportunities.
Students in grades K-5 use computers to complement class instruction. Computers are used as part of the regular classroom curriculum and compliment the teaching of the California Content Standards.
Student Study Team (SST)
Students experiencing academic, language, behavioral, or emotional difficulties can be referred by a teacher, parent, or administrator to the SST , which could include the parent, classroom teacher, psychologist, speech therapist, administrator and RSP teacher. The purpose of the SST is to review the needs of the child and develop a plan for success. Prior to referral, the parent and teacher will have a conference and discuss any concerns.
School Psychological Services
Services are available for students who are experiencing significant learning or behavioral issues.
Students are referred for screening and/or training by teachers or parents. Parents are welcome to contact the school regarding assistance in this important area.
Specialized Academic Instruction (SAI) - Resource Specialist Program (RSP)
Children who have been identified as having a specific learning disability, are provided services in the Specialized Academic Instruction (SAI) Program. Working together, parents, teachers, and other appropriate personnel develop, an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) to target each child's identified needs.