December 12th, 2018
What's New at Hartley
Our commitment to supporting each and every student in reaching his or her fullest potential is evidenced in the academic student support services we offer. A full menu of student guidance and counseling services are provided by our team of three certified, experienced school counselors. A full-time school psychologist is available every day to help students facing larger challenges. Our student services are rounded out with Hartley’s unique programs including our lunch intervention program, Notre Dame Program and designated enrichment period. Clearly, the resources we allocate to student services align with our commitment to educating the mind, body, and spirit.
The Notre Dame Program coordinates services for students on a Services Plan, IEP, Academic Support Plan, and/or Medical Plan. The Notre Dame team consists of two intervention specialists who work closely with the school counselors, school psychologist, and clinical psychologist to track student progress, enable teachers to address specific needs, provide accommodations, and communicate with parents.
A student qualifies for the Notre Dame Program with one of the following:
Service Plan/IEP: a student has a current (completed within the past 3 years) ETR, which qualifies him/her to receive special education services.
Academic Support Plan/504/Medical Plan: a student has current (completed within the past 3 years) medical documentation that qualifies him/her for accommodations.
Upon applying to Bishop Hartley, students and their families must upload all documentation that would qualify him/her for services. Acceptance into Bishop Hartley is determined if all of the student’s needs can be met by our staff, allowing the student to be successful. Students from Catholic feeder schools and parishes have priority registration in regards to receiving services through the Notre Dame Program.
Please contact Cara Rezabek at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
We also offer an additional period for enrichment called SEEK (Students Extending and Enhancing Knowledge). This optional period provides a time in which students can meet with teachers.
For a complete list of student services offered at Bishop Hartley, click HERE.