Registration and Enrollment
Registration and enrollment information for programs offered by the
students are tested before instruction begins. To initiate testing, you will
need to complete the following:
Confidential, Objective Evaluation
instruction begins, we assess a child's reading ability, strengths, and needs.
If we find that he or she has needs other than reading, we will provide a
referral to another resource and serve as an advocate for the child if desired.
receive enrollment forms at the time of testing, by U.S. mail, or by completing
the forms below. These forms should be completed and returned by the suggested
deadline to ensure placement.
Fourteen class sessions are held once a week, either after school or on
Saturday mornings for the fall and spring semesters.
Summer classes meet during the day twice a week for six weeks from mid-June
Classes are 90 minutes in length.
Instruction Based on Continuous Assessment
the initial assessment, we develop a lesson plan to meet each student's
situation. Our reading specialist and graduate instructors (experienced
teachers completing Wisconsin Certification in the teaching of reading) carry
out that plan in individual or small group (less than three students) sessions.
Progress is continually evaluated.
Small groups allow us to closely monitor student progress. They also provide
opportunities for communication and collaboration, making it easier for
students to transfer skills back to the school setting. We do not hesitate to
modify a lesson if a student's progress indicates the need.
session—Mid-January to mid-May
session—September to mid-December
session—Mid-June to end of July
To obtain additional fee information, call the main campus in Milwaukee (414)
410-4380 or the Downtown City Center location at (414) 410-4421 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.