Our elementary school is located at the Main Campus and serves grades 3-5 and some middle school students.
The school offers programs grounded in the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to help students access academic learning in the areas of Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies. This school offers small class sizes, with 8-10 students per classroom and groups students based on abilities and needs. The student to staff ratio is an average of 2.5 to 1. While programming is tailored to meet students' specific needs, there are three types of classrooms tailored to serve different levels of students on the autism spectrum. The school offers an Academic Program, for students working at or near grade level, a Modified Academic Program, for students needing modifications to the general curriculum and a Functional Academic Program, for students with intensive needs. Students receive academic instruction in their regular classroom by a Program Manager and Instructional Lead Teacher. Classrooms are supported by behavior specialists, speech and occupational therapists. Our elementary program also offers specials such as Music Therapy, Art, Dance and Physical Education.
For more information about the AZACS Elementary School, contact our Elementary School Director, Myla Goyne at MGoyne@autismcharter.org or ABA Campus Director, Traci Taber at email@example.com.