One of the many ways we have shown appreciation to our teacher's is through our trophy! Ms. Megan was awarded the trophy this week from her student, Zander, for being a "Nice and Respectful Teacher".
A group of students from the High Road School of Boone County worked with a local screen printing company, One to One Print Shop, to design and screen print t-shirts for Autism Awareness month.
A few of our teachers and students were representing High Road at the 2nd Annual Autism Walk here in Columbia!
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Halen Boykin-Rudolph, Lead Assistant Teacher I have always loved kids and wanted to make a difference in young lives. I stuck with autism because I know what it is like to be unable to communicate wants and needs. Develop a basic outline of how the day is going to go. Ensure all materials needed for learning goals are available. Work with teaching assistants to come up with a plan. Teaching/reinforcing the daily plan with students. Preparing daily communication sheets to be sent home. Seeing how excited my students are [...]
Tuesday, April 2nd — Wear Blue To Support Autism Awareness
The High Road School has paired with our local food pantry to support our community and learn job skills along the way!