About the QPHS Resource Room
In September 2009, Queen of Peace began a new program designed to address the needs of college-bound students who have mild learning disabilities. This goal is pursued in an environment of structure, encouragement and instruction.
Since our Resource Room students are mainstreamed into the regular college preparatory course of studies, learning support is the integral component of the program.
Coordination of the Resource Room is handled by Mrs. Lori Flynn. For more information on the Resource Room or if you have any questions, call 201-998-8227 x 233 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Queen of Peace High School is committed to meeting the needs of all students who enroll in the school. We are determined to enable our students to succeed and develop their full potential. The Resource Room is an important initiative that will make these goals a reality.
Students are scheduled for the Resource Room for one period each day. The Resource Room teachers regularly interacts with the Guidance department, the student’s teachers and the student’s parents.
The Resource Room teachers ensure that the classroom teacher has the student’s approved accommodations & modifications to succeed in their class.
- Preferential seating
- Adjusted testing times
- Assistance with note taking
- Assistive technology
Each day, a student will be graded on one or more of the following requirements:
- Preparedness for class
- Accuracy of the daily assignment
- Completed assignments in all subjects
- Appropriate use of time
Resource Room Goals
The program has seven purposes:
- To help develop excellent student skills
- To enable students to develop strong organizational and critical thinking skills
- To provide learning support for students in their other classes
- To teach students to be self-advocates
- To foster independent learning
- To foster remediation in deficient subject areas
- To enable students to work on SAT preparation and test taking strategies
The IEP/ISP must be included with the student’s application. IEP/ISPs that surface after students have been accepted to the regular school program may not be honored.