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1712, 2018

Letter from the Director

By |December 17th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: New Castle, DE|

Dear Parents, Guardians, and Family members, As the year winds down, our staff want to thank everyone for such a great year!! Throughout the 2018 school year, our families have come together to celebrate in 5 students graduating, 4 students' successful transitions to public school, and continued growth [...]

1712, 2018

Touring Bates Nut Farm

By |December 17th, 2018|Categories: Springall Academy|

Springall students had the opportunity to tour Bates Nut Farm. The students went on a hay ride, fed animals, learned about how the farm harvests their nuts to prepare them to sell in their country store. The students favorite part was feeding the goats, alpacas, sheep, chickens and [...]

1412, 2018

Middle School – STEM

By |December 14th, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

Middle school has been working hard completing STEM activities. The students apply strategies and critical thinking skills to work through various restraints. In art, we are continuing on with our festive projects. We have made jingle bell necklaces and will be doing a lot of painting activities for [...]

1312, 2018

Learning With Fuzzies

By |December 13th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: New London (Primary)|

Ms. Fitzgerald's class students are participating in a whole-class incentive for i-Ready online instruction. Students earn "fuzzies" for every ten minutes of active i-Ready usage as well as for i-Ready lessons passed. Each week students will be able to add their earned fuzzies to the class fuzzy jar. When [...]

1212, 2018

The Peabody Museum

By |December 12th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Wallingford (Primary/Middle)|

This month, our Primary/Middle school students of High Road School of Wallingford attended academic field trips to The Peabody Museum in New Haven. Students explored everything from the museums Mummy exhibit, to Meteorite impacts, to Red Pandas! The students finished the day enjoying pizza and socializing with their [...]

1112, 2018

Holiday Drive for Our Families

By |December 11th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Wallingford (Primary/Middle), High Road School: Wallingford, CT (High School)|

To support our students’ families for the holidays, we will be having a food drive between the return from Thanksgiving and the December holiday break. We will have an exchange for a day of wearing jeans in exchange for a contribution to the drive. Please see the exchange [...]

1112, 2018

Special Olympics Of Delaware

By |December 11th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Sussex County|

On December 11, two students of High Road School of Sussex County  participated in the Special Olympics Event held at Sussex Technical High School.  Students from all over Kent and Sussex County participated in the event!  The event was a blast with the students showing off their basketball [...]

1012, 2018

Autism Support Classroom

By |December 10th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Cecil County, MD|

Here at the Highroad School of Cecil County we support students with a broad range of classification, including those who fall on the Autism Spectrum.  Autism Spectrum Disorder or ASD is a prevalent diagnosis in special education that requires educators and programs to individualize instruction to meet the [...]

812, 2018

B.E.S.T. Academy uses robot to help students with autism

By |December 8th, 2018|Categories: BEST Academy, Catapult In the News|

WFSB Eyewitness 3 visited the B.E.S.T. Academy in Wallingford, CT to learn more about Milo, a robot designed to assist students with autism. Milo is being utilized at B.E.S.T. Academy to help students with greetings, staying calm, and how to speak to other people.“The students engaged are making rapid progress, [...]

712, 2018

Big Buddy Program

By |December 7th, 2018|Categories: Capital Academy|

The implementation of the "Big Buddy Program" began today. The purpose of the program is to pair elementary students who are doing well with a high school student who is interested in a possible career in the education field, or who simply enjoys helping the little guys. Here, [...]

612, 2018

Transitions Team Events

By |December 6th, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

The Transition team is off to a great start for the Christmas season, with the official re-opening of the Aurora Day School Print Shop. New student staff are training and preparing for the Christmas rush orders that we get every year. Student workers are developing new and exciting [...]

512, 2018

Graduation – 12/19

By |December 5th, 2018|Categories: Sierra School: Main Street|

It's time for graduation here at Sierra School at Main St. We have a student who is graduating from Sierra School this year and moving on to an adult program. He has made tremendous progress while here at Sierra School that has gotten him ready for the adult [...]

512, 2018

Decorating Our Stocking

By |December 5th, 2018|Categories: Leeway School|

Students got in the holiday spirit by decorating stockings! Using glue, stars, pom-poms, and even a smiley face our students decorated their very own stockings in preparation for the holiday season.

512, 2018

CORE 4 Awards

By |December 5th, 2018|Categories: High Road Upper School: Prince George’s County|

High Road Upper School is no stranger to the four core principles that are the foundation and standard for High Road staff. This academic school year the administrators are going to award staff members who have demonstrated said principles during their daily routines. One of the winners for [...]

412, 2018

Junior High News

By |December 4th, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

The newly remodeled playground and new basketball court is a great place for students to do physical education and to practice their social skills during Aurora Strong each day. Horse therapy is also a great way for students to learn more about social interactions as well as practicing [...]

412, 2018

Meet our Dog Therapy Team

By |December 4th, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

A great big thank you to our amazing group of ladies from Gabriel's Angels who provide dog therapy to our students at Aurora.  Your dedication and caring attitude with the students is commendable.  Thank you for your time and energy, our students love to see your beautiful [...]

312, 2018

Making a Difference in Hygiene

By |December 3rd, 2018|Categories: High Road School: New Castle, DE|

Students at North Dorchester Middle School have been discussing the importance of hygiene in recent weeks. They have completed many games, activities, and discussions surrounding this topic, and recently they created hygiene kits for the homeless. These kits were assembled by students with a message on each bag to [...]

3011, 2018

High School Student of the Month

By |November 30th, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

Megan is November's High School Student of the Month. Megan is hard working, she turns in all of her academic assignments on time. Megan is very patient with her younger freshman peers in the high school 3 classroom. Megan is a senior working towards graduating this year. Megan [...]

3011, 2018

November Student of the Month

By |November 30th, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

Emily Long has been doing great since the beginning of the school year. She is completing all of her work and is completing her minutes in i-Ready, which is something she was really struggling with last year. In two different conferences with her parents, they said that they [...]

3011, 2018

Classroom Door Decorating Contest

By |November 30th, 2018|Categories: Center for Autism & Dyslexia|

Classrooms at The Center for Autism and Dyslexia in Findlay, Ohio participated in a school-wide door decorating contest. All students yellow level and above were able to participate with this incentive. The theme for the door decorating contest was CHRISTMAS! Many unique and fun ideas were displayed, along [...]

3011, 2018

The Nova Center Halloween Party

By |November 30th, 2018|Categories: Nova Center|

On October 31st, all of the Nova Center students were able to celebrate Halloween together with costumes, candy and a whole lot of fun. Students and staff were able to decorate the classroom, watch spooky movies and enjoy the silly costumes!

3011, 2018

Thanksgiving Feast

By |November 30th, 2018|Categories: Capital Academy|

On Tuesday, November 20th Capital Academy held a Thanksgiving Feast for students, parents, staff, and stakeholders. Our previous Chef provided the delicious food. He used to work in our school kitchen prior to becoming an independent restauranteur. Staff, parents and students were able to enjoy and meal and conversation [...]

3011, 2018

Meatball Madness

By |November 30th, 2018|Categories: Capital Academy|

As part of a Math intervention lesson, and as a Spaghetti win for positive students, Mr. Hedash's homeroom worked diligently to create meatballs from scratch. The students utilized their measurement skills to ensure the correct consistency for consumption.

2911, 2018

High Road Academy Impacts The Lives Of Special Education Students

By |November 29th, 2018|Categories: Catapult In the News, High Road Academy: Laurel|

Tim Martin and Jordan Pugh, directors at High Road Academy in Laurel, Maryland spoke with the Prince George Sentinel about their school, how the first began their careers in special education, and their passion for serving students who haven't found success in the typical classroom. “ For our students who have [...]

2911, 2018

Thanksgiving Feast and Turkey Trot

By |November 29th, 2018|Categories: Sierra Academy: San Diego|

The week prior to Thanksgiving was a busy one. The Transition program shopped and cooked food for our Annual Thanksgiving Feast. Students, staff, and families gathered for the event. Food was served and the entertainment was amazing. Our school choir performed “Roar” by Katy Perry and students [...]

2911, 2018

Festival of Trees

By |November 29th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Baltimore County, MD|

We were excited to take part in the 28th annual Kennedy Krieger Festival of Trees this year! This is a three day event that takes place at the Maryland State Fair Grounds. Featuring over 700 trees all decorated in its own theme. “Every Light Deserves to Shine” is something that [...]

2811, 2018

Holiday Boutique

By |November 28th, 2018|Categories: Leeway School|

Mele Kalikimaka, Feliz Navidad, Buon Natale, Joyeux Noel, Happy Christmas; It’s once again the time of the year for the Leeway School Christmas Boutique. Once again, I am relying on your generous donations for our annual Christmas boutique. As in years past, we are asking friends of Leeway [...]

2811, 2018

Fun Friday!

By |November 28th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Dorchester County|

If students earn Fun Friday they have demonstrated consistent positive effort in both academics and behavior. Two students at Choptank Elementary School recently earned Fun Friday and were able to tie-dye t-shirts and socks. One student, LJ, was nervous about getting dye on his hands and initially did [...]

2811, 2018

Annual Thanksgiving Meal

By |November 28th, 2018|Categories: Sierra School: Weld County|

Each year our entire student body gets a Thanksgiving meal catered. The district partners are also invited.  The students help set the tables and do the shopping. The students are always so grateful and welcoming to our district partners. After the meal, the entire school played a game [...]

2811, 2018

Fun Friday SPEND OUT

By |November 28th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: New Castle, DE|

Students earn "High Road Cash" for attending school, maintaining green and blue level, and holding school jobs through our transition program. Students accumulate money in their student accounts,  and quarterly have the opportunity to spend their hard earned money at SPEND OUT! Students who are on blue level [...]

2811, 2018

Catapult Learning Announces Acquisition of Special Education Programs in Arizona and Colorado

By |November 28th, 2018|Categories: Press Releases & Announcements|

Catapult Learning Continues Rapid Expansion in Special Education [PR Web] November 28, 2018 (Camden, NJ) – Catapult Learning, a leading provider of special education and instructional intervention solutions, today announced the acquisition of LifeShare USA’s Educational Resources division, a state-approved provider of private special education programming. The transaction expands Catapult’s [...]

2711, 2018

Thanksgiving Feast

By |November 27th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: New London (Primary)|

This year we invited families, districts, friends, and other stakeholders to join us for our annual Thanksgiving feast. We are very thankful for each and every one of our students, staff, families, and stakeholders and enjoyed the time to celebrate together as a family. Students shared what they are [...]

2711, 2018

A Successful First Quarter

By |November 27th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Talbot County|

Here at EMS (Easton Middle School), we are very proud that our students not only survived the difficult transition from elementary school to middle school, but that they also accomplished academically by making it on to Honor Roll. The boys all worked very hard during the first quarter. [...]

2011, 2018

Reaching New Heights

By |November 20th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Prince George’s County|

Maintaining Blue level can be difficult for any student, but reaching Silver level is a true accomplishment in our building! Marques Harvey, a 5th grader, made his entire team proud by achieving 45 flawless days on Blue. After receiving recommendations from his teachers and presenting a letter to [...]

2011, 2018

Thanksgiving Feast 2018

By |November 20th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Wright City|

Students, Parents, and Teachers came together to provide the High Road community with a Thanksgiving Feast to remember!  No fixins were spared, and all bellies were full by the time we were done.  We definitely had a hungry bunch, as nearly all of the food was eaten! We [...]

2011, 2018

Celebrating Being Thankful with Families and Friends

By |November 20th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Hartford, CT (Primary/Middle)|

On November 20th, 2018 many of our student's families and friends joined us to celebrate Thanksgiving and being thankful. Students welcomed their guests into their classrooms, escorted them to a delicious feast, and then enjoyed a meal and fun activities. The feast included all of the Thanksgiving staples: [...]

1611, 2018

Thanksgiving Feast – Findlay

By |November 16th, 2018|Categories: Center for Autism & Dyslexia|

All students at The Center for Autism and Dyslexia gathered for a Thanksgiving Feast today. Each class helped prepare for the feast in different ways. Some classes helped make the table decorations and place mats. While other classes helped set up tables and chairs, prepare food items, and [...]

1611, 2018

American Government Project

By |November 16th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: New Castle, DE|

Our high school government project, which was centered around the Midterm Election, challenged students to figure out what would happen if our class were ever shipwrecked on an island. Students were given the opportunity to name the island, which they ironically called Democracy Island, and then they were [...]

1611, 2018

Let’s Get 3D

By |November 16th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Prince George’s County|

Each week our students who have made sound social decisions and completed their work earn Fun Friday Activities. Recently our on-level students visited the movie theater and saw “The Grinch” 3D. We had popcorn and Icee’s in the theatre. We enjoyed the message in “The Grinch,” that sometimes [...]

1611, 2018

Pie to the Face!

By |November 16th, 2018|Categories: Capital Academy|

High School students, as well as one very well behaved "little," who were on Student Government and maintained a B average for the first marking period were given the opportunity to pie a staff member of their choice in the face... twice. The main targets were Mr. King, Ms. Colatta, [...]

1511, 2018

Halloween Festivity Day

By |November 15th, 2018|Categories: Sierra Academy: San Diego|

Our Halloween Festivities Party was a blast! Our JV and Varsity players participated in a Homecoming Football game against Springall Academy. Our spirit squad cheered nice and loud! After the game students changed into their costumes and we had a Halloween dance. Lots of dancing and yummy snacks [...]

1511, 2018

Abstract Art

By |November 15th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: New Castle, DE|

Students learned about geometric shapes and color as they created a picture in the style of Piet Mondrian. Objectives: Dutch painter, Piet Mondrian (1872-1944), was one of the most important artists of the 20th century. His abstract designs have had a huge influence on graphic design, architecture, and [...]

1511, 2018

Habitat for Humanity

By |November 15th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Cecil County, MD|

We are extremely excited here at High Road School of Cecil County to announce our partnership with the Habitat for Humanity Restore in Bel Air, Maryland. Our students will have the opportunity to take their learning outside of the classroom and into the community by lending a helping [...]

1411, 2018

Smith Family Farm Visit

By |November 14th, 2018|Categories: Sierra School: Antioch|

Our elementary students at our Kimball and Diablo Vista campuses joined together on a visit to the Smith Family Farm. While there they were able to participate in the corn maze, learn about local produce, ride on a hay wagon, and pick their own pumpkin! They were also able [...]

1411, 2018

Cell Cycle Activity

By |November 14th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: New Castle, DE|

The purpose of this project was to include the different phases of the Cell Cycle. Students were given a paper plate and had the opportunity to sketch and label each phase of the Cell Cycle. Interphase and its 3 Phases: Gap 1 Synthesis Phase Gap 2 Phases. Mitosis and its [...]

1411, 2018

OCALI Conference 2018

By |November 14th, 2018|Categories: Center for Autism & Dyslexia|

Ohio's Directors once again have an exhibit booth this year at the The Nation's Premiere Autism and Disabilities Conference November 14 - 16th held in Columbus, Ohio. Now in its 12th year, OCALICON's goal and purpose is to provide all participants with the best and most promising [...]

1311, 2018

Catapult Learning Expands Autism Services Through Acquisition of Capital Education Group

By |November 13th, 2018|Categories: Press Releases & Announcements|

Company Combines Educational Programming with In-Home and Clinic-Based Therapy to Accelerate and Improve Outcomes for Children [PR Web] November 14, 2018 (Camden, NJ) – Catapult Learning, the nation’s largest provider of special education and instructional intervention solutions, today announced it acquired Capital Education Group (CEG), a leading provider of [...]

1311, 2018

Middle School News

By |November 13th, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

In art we have been getting our festive groove on! We have worked with different textures and materials to complete candy corn, pumpkin silhouettes, and fall decorations for the fall festival. Middle school has been busy working in our rotational models and completing time on-task each week. We [...]

1311, 2018

Algebra Functions

By |November 13th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: New Castle, DE|

Ms. Heather and Mr. Delayne’s algebra class is diligently working on how to build new functions from existing functions."Identify the effect on the graph of replacing f(x) by f(x) + k, k f(x), f(kx), and f(x + k) for specific values of k (both positive and negative); find the value [...]

1211, 2018

Effects of Trees in Environmental Science

By |November 12th, 2018|Categories: Kent Alternative Program|

Senior student Cameron has been studying the environment and the effects trees have on the environments. The objective of the lesson was to give students the perspective on how trees benefit their community. Students gathered data and make scientific observations on a variety of tree specimens. Cameron utilized a [...]

1211, 2018

Reaching a Blue Milestone

By |November 12th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Dorchester County|

While the transition from elementary school to middle school can be difficult, sixth grader Ezekiel has excelled. He reached his first milestone by quickly earning 15 consecutive days on Blue Level. In order to reach and remain on this level, students must display positive effort in academics and [...]

1211, 2018

Picture Perfect Seniors

By |November 12th, 2018|Categories: High Road School of Philadelphia|

One of the first milestones that occurs during a student's 12th grade year is senior pictures. A couple of our seven seniors have already participated in their photo shoots. Both students said the sessions made them feel beautiful and important. All of them are excited to eventually walk [...]

811, 2018

3 Tips for Effective STEM Instruction

By |November 8th, 2018|Categories: EduBlog|

STEM is an engaging, hands-on learning experience driven by inquiry-based learning. Students develop their skills in collaboration, problem solving, and critical thinking to tackle challenges and objectives. With growing career opportunities in STEM-related fields, and the applicability of those 21st Century skills across academic and career disciplines, there is [...]

711, 2018

Sensory-Friendly Movie Night Hosted for Special Education Students

By |November 7th, 2018|Categories: Catapult In the News, High Road School: Wright City|

Catapult Learning's High Road School of Wright City hosted a free Halloween-themed Movie Night featuring a sensory-friendly showing of “Hotel Transylvania" attended by 25 people, including students and family members. “During sensory-friendly movies, the lights are left on a little higher. This keeps the contrast of the bright colors [...]

611, 2018

Civics & Elections

By |November 6th, 2018|Categories: Sierra School: Solano County|

Classroom 16 reviewed some of the main differences between the political parties. Students listed out some main differences between Republicans, Democrats and independents. Comments were welcome, including dissent. We folded a paper in half and put a D and an R at the top of each half. Students were [...]

511, 2018

High School Class (#3) News

By |November 5th, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

The High School 3 class is full of personality, spirit and curiosity. The students have been hard at work, tackling subject matter such as Biology, US History, Algebra, English, and our elective Art Appreciation. After handling business all week long, the students came together and played board games. [...]

511, 2018

ASU West Tour

By |November 5th, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

Students from our high school program had an opportunity to tour ASU’s West Campus. Students were guided throughout the campus by current ASU students and were able to learn about all of the opportunities afforded to ASU students. Aurora Day School’s potential future ASU scholars toured the library [...]

511, 2018

How to Foster a Growth Mindset in the Classroom

By |November 5th, 2018|Categories: EduBlog|

Teaching isn’t simply about getting students ready for tests. As educators, we know our work goes way beyond that to prepare them for a successful life. In every classroom, teachers have the power and platform to become positive influences, even role models and mentors – especially for students who [...]

211, 2018

Construction Career Day

By |November 2nd, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

November started off with a bang, with High School classes going to the Construction Career Day at the Papago National Guard Training Base. Our students were able to explore various careers in construction and heavy machinery. Students were able to operate diggers, welding equipment, and many other construction [...]

111, 2018

High Road Academy Boys’ Clubs

By |November 1st, 2018|Categories: High Road Academy: Laurel|

Every month, students participate in separate boys’ and girls’ clubs. The HRA Boys’ Club is led by school counselor, Mr. Lwanga, and Officer Harris, a former HRA student and current Howard County Police Officer. The club serves as a safe, healthy space for students to discuss different aspects [...]

111, 2018

Thanksgiving Luncheon

By |November 1st, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Anne Arundel County|

Dear Parents/Guardians, As the holidays approach, The High Road School of Anne Arundel County would like to invite you to our Thanksgiving Luncheon. The luncheon will be on Monday, November 19th from 11 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Our luncheon will be catered this year, given the sheer volume [...]

111, 2018

Group Counseling Corner

By |November 1st, 2018|Categories: High Road School: New Castle, DE|

Our group counseling sessions have been revolving around communication for the past couple of weeks. Topics have included formal communication, phone communication, communicating our feelings, and even communicating during stressful situations like a job interview! The students have done very well. They enjoy role playing these situations and are [...]

111, 2018

San Carlos Fire Station Visit

By |November 1st, 2018|Categories: Springall Academy|

The San Carlos Fire Station came to visit Springall with a crew and fire truck for Fire Safety Week in October! The first visit ended briefly, since the crew was called away for an emergency, but luckily was able to return to finish the presentation. Students learned the [...]

3110, 2018

Fall Ball

By |October 31st, 2018|Categories: Sierra School: Antioch|

All our campuses took part in various Halloween activities. Our students at Sierra – Diablo Vista were able to enjoy pumpkin carving and a costume contest to ring in the festivities. Throughout the day they carved pumpkins together and decorated Halloween themed cookies. At Sierra – Kimball our elementary students [...]

3110, 2018

October Student of the Month – High School

By |October 31st, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

Shelly was chosen as October's Student of the Month because of her unwavering commitment to her success in school. Shelly's attendance has improved significantly, and she routinely completes her in-class assignments without prompting, even going above and beyond by completing extra problem sets or helping her peers. Shelly, [...]

3010, 2018

Capital Academy takes Chocolate World

By |October 30th, 2018|Categories: Capital Academy|

Mr. Hedash and Ms. Eisenhour took five High School students who were on Positive status and above on a field trip to Hershey Chocolate World as it correlates to a co-lesson about the History of Chocolate and the chemical change that cocoa beans undergo.

2910, 2018

Fire Department Visit Capital Academy

By |October 29th, 2018|Categories: Capital Academy|

As part of October's fire prevention month activities, Capital Academy was excited to have three members of Harrisburg's Squad 8 fire station visit the school! Students from the elementary and middle school wings joined the fireman for an afternoon of fire safety lessons and exploration of a fire truck! [...]

2910, 2018

Spooktacular Fall Ball – 10/31

By |October 29th, 2018|Categories: Sierra School: Antioch|

Join us if you dare, you’re in for a scare! Fall Ball is happening on October 31st for all our Antioch campuses! We have many games and activities planned for our students. Games include pumpkin bowling, spider races, boo toss, stack attack, and bobbing for apples. Activities for students to join [...]

2910, 2018

Positive Office Referrals

By |October 29th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Talbot County|

At Easton Elementary School students receive "positive office referrals" when staff notices a student doing something exceptional. Makhai is the first student this year to earn a positive referral! His general education teacher states that he completed his math test independently even though he had difficulty with some [...]

2910, 2018

Catholic Leadership Summit

By |October 29th, 2018|Categories: Events|

Catapult Learning is a proud Corporate Partner of National Catholic Educational Association (Official). This year's Catholic Leadership Summit took place in Jacksonville, FL. Catapult Learning just launched a revolutionary education program with curriculum guided by the Engineering Design Process to help students become strong problem solvers and critical thinkers. Our STEM [...]

2910, 2018

Catapult Learning Statement Regarding Tragic Events in Pittsburgh

By |October 29th, 2018|Categories: Press Releases & Announcements|

In light of the tragic event in Pittsburgh over the weekend, Catapult Learning released a statement that makes clear our unwavering commitment to our Jewish employees and partners in Pennsylvania and around the country. Catapult Learning statement: “Catapult Learning extends its deepest condolences to the families impacted by this [...]

2910, 2018

Junior High News

By |October 29th, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

After reading a story, junior high students worked as a team answering comprehension questions, finding main idea and writing a summary of the story. Mr. Vela is having fun with the students playing a game of hang-man as an engaging activity to practice the vocabulary for the spelling test [...]

2610, 2018

3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

By |October 26th, 2018|Categories: High Road Academy: Laurel|

Recently, High Road Academy held a basketball tournament for Upper and Lower School students at the North Laurel Community Center. The tournament consisted of a 3 vs.3 player format. It was an opportunity for our students to compete and demonstrate their passion and skills on the basketball court. [...]

2410, 2018

Robinson Nature Center

By |October 24th, 2018|Categories: High Road Academy: Laurel|

Recently, the students in 5th, 6th and 7th grades had the opportunity to visit the Robinson Nature Center in Columbia, MD. This nature education facility is situated on 18 acres of land adjacent to the Middle Patuxent Environmental Area. Students listened to nature professionals speak about the area [...]

2410, 2018

Science Experiment

By |October 24th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: New Castle, DE|

Mrs. Amy’s science class conducted an erupting apple experiment using baking soda and vinegar for an awesome chemical reaction! Chemistry is all about states of matter including liquids, solids, and gasses. A chemical reaction occurs between two or more substances that change and form a new substance, and in [...]

2410, 2018

Strategies for Developing Core Values at Your School

By |October 24th, 2018|Categories: EduBlog|

Every school has its own culture that expresses shared values and expectations for students, faculty and staff. As the principal, you to set a positive example for others as they contribute to a productive learning and teaching environment. Core values help communicate your school’s story – its mission, standards [...]

2310, 2018

The Prince George’s Post Featured High Road Academy Co-Directors

By |October 23rd, 2018|Categories: Catapult In the News, High Road Academy: Laurel|

In recognition of October being  Learning Disabilities Awareness Month, co-directors of High Road Academy, Laurel contributed to the Prince George's Post article "A Little Awareness - and Support - Goes a Long Way." Tim Martin and Jordan Pugh share, "As co-directors of the High Road Academy in Laurel, a school that serves [...]

2310, 2018

Educator Spotlight – September

By |October 23rd, 2018|Categories: EduBlog|

The Educator Spotlight is a monthly feature on our Catapult Corner Blog. The educators that are highlighted are nominated by their Catapult colleagues in recognition of the positive impact they have on children and schools throughout the country. They are our very own shining stars! For 2018-19, we are letting [...]

2210, 2018

Spirit Week

By |October 22nd, 2018|Categories: High Road School: New Castle, DE|

The staff and students at high road school of new castle truly tapped into their creativity, making spirit week a huge success! Thank you to all the staff, students and families who helped make spirit week a success. A special thank you to Ms. Heather and Mr. Delayne for [...]

1910, 2018

Transition Fair

By |October 19th, 2018|Categories: Sierra School: Antioch|

Our high school classroom was able to attend a transition fair that focused on life after high school for students with learning disabilities. They provided students with information on housing, the local community, furthering their education, and legal and institutional booths were displayed. This was very informative to our [...]

1910, 2018

Shaving Cream and Spelling Words

By |October 19th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: New Castle, DE|

Mrs. Annecie and Ms. Alexis assign their students spelling words at the beginning of each week. Students complete worksheets, activities, drills, and homework assignments to assist in building spelling and vocabulary skills. Today, students were encouraged to be extra creative, and what better way than to practice with shaving [...]

1810, 2018

Fall Fun at Butcher’s Farm

By |October 18th, 2018|Categories: Capital Academy|

As part of the "Senator Scribble," students who have continued to excel academically, as well as behaviorally, were taken to Butcher's Farm for a field trip. During their visit, students took notes on various types of harvesting, turkeys, and farming, as well as participated in tractor races and [...]

1810, 2018

Leslie Achieved Blue Level!

By |October 18th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: New Castle, DE|

We're all so proud of Leslie for achieving Blue Level status! She's worked incredibly hard these past few weeks to improve her attendance, actively participate in lessons, complete her assignments and make good choices. Leslie was rewarded for her accomplishment with a shout-out during our morning announcements and a [...]

1610, 2018

Mastering Linear Equations

By |October 16th, 2018|Categories: Kent Alternative Program|

This month in math students have been working on representing a linear equation in five different ways. They are representing them verbally, visually, as an equation, as a table or chart, and as a graph. This corresponds to the Maryland standard F.IF.F.9, which states "Compare properties f two [...]

1110, 2018

Students of the Month – October 2018

By |October 11th, 2018|Categories: FCS PEAK Academy|

We are proud to feature of students of the month for October 2018! This month, Middle Schooler, Kiana Charles has risen to the rank of Student of the Month. Kiana has made strides in receiving awards for academics and attendance. Her positive attitude is contagious to [...]

910, 2018

Race Across the Country!

By |October 9th, 2018|Categories: Capital Academy|

Students used a map of the United states, capital flash cards and matchbox cars. They flipped a flash card and raced their car from the maps border to the red star making the states capitol. The students then claimed both cars to their collections. [...]

810, 2018

Giving Back To Our Community

By |October 8th, 2018|Categories: Kent Alternative Program|

November is a time to be thankful but also a time for giving. KAP staff and students are collecting donations for the local community food pantry. Opening hours Monday - Closed Tuesday 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Wednesday Closed Thursday 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Friday Closed Saturday Closed Sunday [...]

710, 2018

The Stride: Keeping Littleton Moving Forward

By |October 7th, 2018|Categories: Nova Center|

Nova Center staff has formed a team for the Stride walk later this month to be held in Littleton, Colorado. The Stride is a community event that brings together students, parents, teachers, staff and neighborhoods. The focus is on health, wellness, community and school spirit with a goal [...]

710, 2018

Pancake Win For Positive Students

By |October 7th, 2018|Categories: Capital Academy|

High school students who were on Positive status for the entire month of September were rewarded with a pancake breakfast that they, themselves, were able to make. Ms. Keller and Ms. Smith aided students in the pancake making process while students were able to enjoy their choice of chocolate [...]

510, 2018


By |October 5th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Prince George’s County|

Our students had an amazing time at the National Zoo in Washington, DC!  The students were able to see Lions, tigers, and bears! They also learned that the big male silverback’s name was Baracka. The students enjoyed calling the animals by their names and seeing them respond. They [...]

510, 2018

Volcano Creations

By |October 5th, 2018|Categories: Capital Academy|

Students created a model volcano to end Unit Volcanoes. Student used play dough, ornamental grass, baking soda, vinegar and tin foil to display their creations.

510, 2018

Having Fun with STEM Projects

By |October 5th, 2018|Categories: High Road Academy: Laurel|

At the end of the day on Friday afternoon, following a rigorous and productive week of schoolwork, the students are rewarded for all of their hard work and dedication. This week the students and staff decided on fun and engaging STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) projects. These [...]

510, 2018

Choir Club

By |October 5th, 2018|Categories: Sierra Academy: San Diego|

Sierra Academy of San Diego is running Friday clubs based on student interests. This year we were fortunate enough to have two staff volunteer to start a choir club. Mr. Damian and Mrs. Nae both have musical talents and have been amazing additions to our team. Last week, [...]

310, 2018

New for 2018–19: Psychiatric Services

By |October 3rd, 2018|Categories: BEST Academy, High Road School: Wallingford (Primary/Middle), High Road School: Wallingford, CT (High School)|

We are excited to offer students at B.E.S.T. Academy and High Road School of Wallingford (High School & Primary) Psychiatric services for the 2018–19 school year. Why did BEST Academy & High Road Schools believe providing a Psychiatric service would be beneficial to students?We work with amazing [...]

310, 2018

New School Social Worker

By |October 3rd, 2018|Categories: Center for Autism & Dyslexia|

We are pleased to announce the addition of Mrs. Meagan Steyer who will be servicing all three of our locations as our new school social worker. Mrs. Steyer obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Social Work at The University of Findlay in 2012. She then went on to [...]

310, 2018

Create a Culturally Responsive Classroom (Monthly Steps)

By |October 3rd, 2018|Categories: EduBlog|

In May 2018 I wrote about Culturally Responsive Teaching. To be a culturally responsive teachers we ourselves must be culturally competent. According to The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, “cultural competence means to be respectful and responsive to the health beliefs and practices—and cultural and linguistic needs—of diverse population groups. Developing cultural competence is also an [...]

110, 2018

NCHS Push-Up Challenge

By |October 1st, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Caroline County|

High Road School at North Caroline High School Push-Up Challenge was created to provide students the opportunity to increase overall school engagement. Students and staff collaborate every day to see how many Push-Ups can be completed in the classroom. Every participants’ number of push-ups are tracked daily and [...]

2909, 2018

Student of the Week- Sep. 28

By |September 29th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Caroline County|

In the High Road School classroom at Lockerman Middle School, a “Student of the Week” is recognized and announced at the end of each school week. The “Student of the Week” is honored with earning a certificate, a “Free Rotation Pass”, and their name remains displayed the following [...]

2909, 2018

Fall Into Learning

By |September 29th, 2018|Categories: Kent Alternative Program|

Students began their year in the English department by writing a literary essay on conflict analysis and how it builds tension and suspense within a text. The students were assigned a reading list over the summer and upon return chose one of the stories to write an essay [...]

2909, 2018

Our Music Club

By |September 29th, 2018|Categories: High Road Academy: Laurel|

Although the Music Club is not a full orchestra or marching band it has the heart of one. It all started with one student asking if there was anyone he could play guitar with. It just so happens that t he teacher he asked knew how to play the [...]

2809, 2018

NFL Rookie Visits High Road Academy

By |September 28th, 2018|Categories: High Road Academy: Laurel|

Recently, High Road Academy welcomed a very special visitor. Washington Redskins’ rookie offensive tackle, Kendall Calhoun, came to the school to speak with students, sign autographs, and take pictures. Calhoun was a teammate of HRA 11th-grade teacher, Mr. Murray, at the University of Cincinnati. Students were extremely [...]

2809, 2018

Middle School Classroom News

By |September 28th, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

Middle school has been practicing the rotational model in language arts and math. We are using fun alternatives like matching games and sentence building. In science we have started to construct a solar system using foil, paint, and wire hangers!   We also took a trip to horse therapy [...]

2509, 2018

Muffins with Mom

By |September 25th, 2018|Categories: High Road School of Philadelphia|

Moms and mother figures were invited to indulge in an assortment of muffins and beverages at our annual Muffins with Mom event. This is a special occasion where students can show the special women in their lives how much they are loved. Above that, it's a fun opportunity [...]

2509, 2018

Aikido Delaware Blue Level Trip

By |September 25th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: New Castle, DE|

Aikido, the martial art for body, mind, and spirit was developed in Japan in the 20th century by Grandmaster Morihei Ueshiba. Aikido is derived from the ancient and enduring traditions of aikijujitsu, swordmanship, spearfighting techniques, and a philosophy of universal harmony and peace. Our Blue Level students [...]

2509, 2018

Elementary Classroom News

By |September 25th, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

The students in Elementary continued to work hard during the month of September. We are growing academically through our classroom rotations and growing closer as friends through social skills time. The students are currently learning about the sun and moon.  Elementary students also were able to go to [...]

2409, 2018

Back to School Day

By |September 24th, 2018|Categories: Sierra Academy: San Diego|

Back to School Day was a huge success. Thank you to all of the families that attended! Each classroom had interactive activities for families and students to participate in: luncheon, jeopardy games, student power point presentations, friend interviews, and much more! The event really promoted a community [...]

2209, 2018

2018-2019 Book Fair

By |September 22nd, 2018|Categories: BEST Academy|

During the week of September 22, we held our annual Book Fair with great success! Books — their feel, their words, their pictures, and the bonding time they involve with others — are a magical part of learning for all students. 

2109, 2018

Picnic at the Park

By |September 21st, 2018|Categories: Leeway School|

This Friday, the Elementary and Middle school students went to the Rosemead Park as part of our Picnic Friday. Students and team members seemed to enjoy the trip because there were plenty of delicious snacks and juices. We also set up right next to the playground where the [...]

1909, 2018

Forget Me Not Farm!

By |September 19th, 2018|Categories: Sierra School: Sonoma County|

Classroom 1 students took a field trip to Forget Me Not Farm! Students who meet academic and behavioral expectations at school are able to go to the farm on a weekly basis. This local establishment gives children the opportunity to care for and interact with various animals including [...]

1909, 2018

Capital Academy Goes to Paula’s Orchard

By |September 19th, 2018|Categories: Capital Academy|

Ms. Smith and Ms. Keller took a group of high school students to Paula's Orchard, as part of the "HS Newspaper Team," to report on their observations and the importance of pollination. Students returned to school and began drafting articles and reviews on their experiences. [...]

1709, 2018

An Architect’s Experience

By |September 17th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Dorchester County|

Students at Cambridge- South Dorchester High School were involved in a hands on Tech Ed activity involving toothpicks and marshmallows! Each student was given an instruction sheet and were encouraged to produce what was pictured or make their own design! Students involved enjoyed this fun activity but how could [...]

1309, 2018

High School Norms & Expectations

By |September 13th, 2018|Categories: Capital Academy|

Our Art Teacher, Ms. Keller, along with a group of students, worked diligently to brainstorm and create High School Wing wide norms and expectations. From here, they created posters under the "hash tag" theme and placed them around the High School Wing as friendly reminders to our [...]

1209, 2018

Catapult Learning Announces Acquisition of Special Education School in Southern California

By |September 12th, 2018|Categories: Press Releases & Announcements|

Company Continues Growth of Special Education Offerings Around the Country (PRWEB) September 12, 2018, Camden, NJ – Catapult Learning, a leading provider of special education and instructional intervention solutions, today announced the acquisition of the Leeway School for Educational Therapy in Alhambra, California. The Leeway School will join Catapult Learning’s [...]

1209, 2018

Catapult Learning Launched a Back to School Sweepstakes to Recognize and Appreciate Teachers

By |September 12th, 2018|Categories: EduBlog|

In September, Catapult Learning held the inaugural Back to School Sweepstakes. We asked teachers and supervisors from across the organization to tell us why they were excited to start the 2018 – 19 school year. The responses were overwhelming. Some teachers shared the thoughtful and creative prep work they [...]

1109, 2018

Working Wonders

By |September 11th, 2018|Categories: Sierra School: Antioch|

In a goal to reach our community, we invite programs such as Working Wonders to come in and work with our students. Working Wonders is a program that serves disabled adults within our community by giving them opportunities to volunteer and expand their skills. When volunteering in our [...]

709, 2018

Scientific Method & Fiesta Friday

By |September 7th, 2018|Categories: Capital Academy|

As part of his Scientific Method lesson, Mr. Hedash held a "Fiesta Friday" which required students to apply their knowledge of writing lab reports and processes of creating an experiment. Students used scale measuring instruments and conversion factors to determine exactly how many pounds of meat was required [...]

709, 2018

Tower Challenge

By |September 7th, 2018|Categories: Leeway School|

Team building is an important aspect of our school and classrooms. The Tower Challenge shows both teachers and students the importance of building a strong, healthy team. The Tower Challenge involves several teams (of 3-4 students) competing to assemble the tallest freestanding structure in a given time period with [...]

509, 2018

Back-to-School Tips for Principals (Part 1)

By |September 5th, 2018|Categories: EduBlog|

It’s September at last and that means students across the country are back in the classroom. It’s a time when students anticipate new clothes, school supplies, lessons and experiences. Your faculty and staff spent a portion of their summer preparing for a great 2018-19 school year. [...]

509, 2018

Back-to-School Tips for Superintendents (Part 1)

By |September 5th, 2018|Categories: EduBlog|

School is in session across the country and that means communities are coming together for the 2018-2019 academic year. Your principals, teachers and staff have already welcomed students back into the classroom. Students are reconnecting with one another and anticipating many new and exciting lessons and [...]

409, 2018

Slime Stress Balls

By |September 4th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Caroline County|

To kick off the 2018-2019 school year, one-of-a-kind stress tools were created in High Road programs at Denton Elementary, Lockerman Middle, and North Caroline High School. Ms. Ileana, the High Road Social Worker, and students discussed new school year transition while identifying school stressors and coping strategies. Throughout [...]

3108, 2018

August 2018 Students of the Month

By |August 31st, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

Jada Jada has demonstrated exemplary behavior both in and out of the classroom.  She has served as a volunteer for several projects; attendance clerk, mentoring a non-verbal peer, St. Mary's Food Bank, horse therapy and multiple other activities.  She is an excellent participant in classroom rotations and shows [...]

2808, 2018

SHINE Classroom Events

By |August 28th, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

The Shine Classroom welcomed back the school year by jumping straight into our cooking classes, learning about important social skills, and getting used to some new aspects of the classroom for the 2018-2019 school year! We made cookies, pasta salad, spaghetti, and spaghetti sauce! We learned about selling our [...]

2408, 2018

Elementary Class News

By |August 24th, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

Elementary has been working hard to complete assessments and learning new skills in our reading and math rotations. The students have enjoyed learning about the states of matter and parts of a plant in science. We have been enjoying playing together and becoming great friends through play time and [...]

2308, 2018

Sierra School Newsletter August 2018

By |August 23rd, 2018|Categories: Sierra School: Antioch|

Millad Nooraei, Director Andrea Pons, Associate Director This school year brings about a few changes. We are happy to introduce our new Director, Millad Nooraei, who recently served as our Associate Director the previous year and Ms. Andrea Pons, our new Associate Director, served as [...]

2208, 2018

Catapult Learning Pilots STEM Program for Public and Private K-12 Schools in Houston Area

By |August 22nd, 2018|Categories: Catapult In the News, Press Releases & Announcements|

(PRWEB) August 22, 2018 Catapult Learning, a leading provider of instructional intervention and professional development solutions, today announced the successful completion of a pilot program of its new STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) offering in public and private schools throughout the Houston area. Catapult Learning works with [...]

2108, 2018

First Week Back for the Senators!

By |August 21st, 2018|Categories: Capital Academy|

From the first day back for our new self-contained elementary wing. to teachers utilizing more brain breaks and academic centers to focus on special education needs everyone is excited for the new year. Each teacher has put a colorful spin on their classroom atmosphere with welcoming introductory activities [...]

2108, 2018

A Great Start to the 2018-19 School Year

By |August 21st, 2018|Categories: Aurora Day School|

Middle school has been working diligently to complete classroom assessment and complete all of our rotations within our rotational model. We have started our classroom projects in science learning about plant structures. The students have been developing coping skills and appropriate social skills that we require in our [...]

1908, 2018

Pups and Parks

By |August 19th, 2018|Categories: Sierra School: Antioch|

At Sierra School of Antioch we offer the companionship of two service dogs, Luna Lovegood and Seymour. Both are certified service dogs who have not only received basic canine training but also training for PTSD, anxiety, and to prevent self-harm. Everyone who visits is encouraged to give our [...]

1508, 2018

Catapult Learning Brings Summer Programs in STEM, Math, and Reading to Hawaiian Students

By |August 15th, 2018|Categories: Press Releases & Announcements|

Learning Tools and Activities Reduce Summer Learning Loss for Students on Maui August 15, 2018 (Camden, NJ) – Catapult Learning, a leading provider of instructional intervention and professional development solutions, today announced the conclusion of its summer offerings at two Maui schools. Through a partnership between Catapult and the [...]

1408, 2018

And We’re Off!

By |August 14th, 2018|Categories: Center for Autism & Dyslexia|

The 2018-2019 school year is in full swing here at The Center for Autism and Dyslexia, in Bucyrus, Ohio. We are quite excited over all the new possibilities and experiences ahead of us this year. In addition to returning faculty and students we are fortunate to also be [...]

2307, 2018

Sierra Talent Show

By |July 23rd, 2018|Categories: Sierra Academy: San Diego|

On May 25th Sierra Academy had their Talent Show! Eighteen acts, totaling 34 students, performed their wonderful talents. The performers spent months of hard work and practice in preparation for the big show. The talents ranged from solo singers, game show questions, musical instruments, comedy, group singing and [...]

2307, 2018

Educator Spotlight – Sarah Beaulieu

By |July 23rd, 2018|Categories: Camino Alto|

Sarah Beaulieu Social Worker “Sarah joined the Catapult team at the beginning of this school year, but her work ethic, reliability, rapport, and commitment display that of a veteran staff member. Sarah goes above and beyond to ensure that what is in the best interest for each student [...]

1807, 2018

North Bay Trip 2018

By |July 18th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Baltimore County, MD|

At North Bay, they taught our students to recognize how their actions affect their futures, their community, and the environment using character development and outdoors activities. The students attended two classes each day. One after breakfast and one after lunch. In these classes they did educational team-building activities [...]

2106, 2018

Regional MO Newspaper Highlights Kirksville School District’s Summer Journey Program

By |June 21st, 2018|Categories: Catapult In the News|

The Kirksville R-III School District’s Summer Journey program was highlighted in a recent article in the Columbia Daily Tribune. The article highlights several of the course projects that summer school students have been working on during the four-week program, including claymation films, Lego architecture, and more. The district’s program director, teachers, [...]

1806, 2018

McDonald County Summer Journey Featured on Local Missouri News

By |June 18th, 2018|Categories: Catapult In the News|

McDonald County School District’s Summer Journey program, which runs from May 30 through June 29, was featured on a recent newscast on KFJX Fox 14 News. The network highlighted the Catapult Learning program’s success in McDonald County, which has 56% of its students in attendance for the 2018 Summer Journey program. The [...]

1406, 2018

Trenton Catholic Academy 14th Annual Golf Outing

By |June 14th, 2018|Categories: Events|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

  Trenton Catholic Academy educates a diverse PreK-12 student body to be responsible citizens of a global society through a challenging and relevant curriculum centered in Catholic tradition and values. Trenton Academy is a place where students "Believe, Dream, Succeed!" This year Catapult Learning is a proud sponsor of the [...]

1306, 2018

Extracting DNA in Science Class

By |June 13th, 2018|Categories: High Road School: Dorchester County|

By extracting strawberry DNA students were able to see up close and personal deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) strands. Students followed the scientific method and created hypothesis on what they thought would happen. They created a detergent using isopropyl alcohol, dish soap, sodium chloride. The students then used cheese cloth to [...]

1206, 2018

Educator Spotlight – June 2018

By |June 12th, 2018|Categories: EduBlog, Educator Spotlight|

We are pleased to feature our first-ever Team of the Month edition of Educator Spotlight! Over the years, we have received several requests to nominate a team of teachers for the Educator Spotlight honor. Team is defined as a group of educators who work together daily to support learning, student [...]

706, 2018

End of School Year Celebration

By |June 7th, 2018|Categories: Capital Academy|

On the last full day of school the staff helped to plan a BBQ at the end of the year. Staff prepared crafts, activities and sport rotations before and after lunch for the students.  Parents were also invited to join in on the activities and lunch.  Activities included [...]

406, 2018

Cultural Competence – Part I: First Steps

By |June 4th, 2018|Categories: EduBlog|

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to the change the world.”—Nelson Mandela As educators, we must work to meet the needs of all learners in our classrooms. To do this, we must participate in continuous professional learning and self-reflection. We are obliged to study [...]

3005, 2018

Catapult Schools’ Career Fair Featured in Local San Diego Newspaper

By |May 30th, 2018|Categories: Catapult In the News|

Springall Academy and Sierra Academy of San Diego, members of the Catapult Learning Schools Group, hosted a Career Fair for the schools' students on April 18th. The event was featured in an article in the May/June 2018 issue of the Mission Times Courier. Several businesses—including the YMCA, Starbucks, and Kona [...]

2305, 2018

Better Hearing & Speech Month – Part I: Caring for Your Teacher Voice

By |May 23rd, 2018|Categories: EduBlog|

By Janelle Paul, M.S., CCC-SLP, Supervisor of Specialized Services, Catapult Learning I am excited to inform you that May is National Better Hearing and Speech Month! As a speech-language pathologist (SLP), I often use this month as an opportunity to provide knowledge and tips about good vocal hygiene and good listening [...]

2205, 2018

New Jersey Association of Federal Program Administrators Annual Conference

By |May 22nd, 2018|Categories: Events|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

The New Jersey Association of Federal Program Administrators (NJAFPA) Annual Conference will be taking place in Princeton, NJ at the Marriott at Forrestal on May 31, 2018. Catapult Learning is a proud sponsor of the NJAFPA Annual Conference! We are excited to be a part of this year's event and [...]