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In collaboration with the classroom teachers, the Resource Room offers an alternative work location for students to access after the daily lesson. Students with an IEP may, with teacher approval, access this quiet setting for independent work, individual or small group instruction, computers, and the use of assistive technology. Daily visits to the Resource Room typically range between 30-40 students.
Each student with an IEP is assigned a Resource Teacher who is responsible for being an in-school advocate and resource to the individual, his/her parents/guardians, and classroom teachers. Resource Teachers monitor student success and provide support to allow students to succeed within the regular classroom. Parents/Guardians are encouraged to contact the Resource Teacher to discuss concerns as students make adjustments to the expectations of the secondary school system. The Special Education Resource Teachers will assist classroom teachers with resources, strategies, and accommodations
Norwood has 1 LLSP classroom that provides programs for students with developmental challenges. This class provides opportunities within the school's regular program, while focusing on academic, life and personal functioning skills, in order to maximize independence.