“Our teachers are very effective at meeting academic needs,” Crisman said. “This was a real strength for us.”
Tenet five, student social and emotional developmental health and family, is an area that CV-S could improve upon, Crisman said.
Crisman said that the “kids need to be involved and engaged in the process of team meetings in developing a plan.”
“There’s a whole social and emotional component that we could use more resources for,” Crisman continued.
Later Crisman requested that the Board consider hiring another special educator. She said she was unsure at this time if it would be a full or part-time position but it would be temporary from early next year to June of 2014.
The Board will vote on whether or not to approve a new hire in January 2014. The Local Assistance Plan is available to view on the Cherry Valley-Springfield website at www.cvscs.org under the offices tab.