Learning Support Teachers Give Students Confidence and Support to Fulfill Potential

Deborah Steinberg can pinpoint what she treasures about being a district Learning Support teacher who helps students with special needs succeed in school.

“I think it’s the positive relationships that I develop with the students, because when you have a positive relationship, you can get to the academic piece in a more productive way,” said Steinberg, a Delta Program faculty member. “Just allowing them to see that their exceptionality is not a weakness, but something they learn to accommodate for and balance out with their strengths. To help them find that balance is something I find rewarding.”

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Art and Theater Students Travel the Country and Abroad for Summer Programs

For some of us, summer break means hot lazy days spent drifting in the pool—but that’s not the case for SCASD art and theater students. Many students use the summer months to gain more experience, practice their craft, and share their skills through teaching.

From additional training and internships, to acting and fundraising, art and theater students have a lot of exciting things on their agendas this summer. Many take the opportunity to travel to programs in other cities or states, and in a few instances, even to other countries.

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Architecture Students Gain Real-World Experience, Bringing New Life to Student Spaces

Amazing things can happen when generous people and businesses in the community come together to work with ambitious students and the school district administration to solve a problem.

With the ongoing construction at the high school, spaces and resources have been shifting and shrinking. This project started when students and the administration noticed an overflow of people gathering in the lobby outside of the lower cafeteria and study hall. The problem was that there were no tables, chairs, or furniture of any kind, for the students to sit on. To work on their laptops, or catch up with their friends, the students had to stand, or sit on the floor.

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