St. John Neumann Program
For Students with Learning Differences
St. Augustine School believes that parents who desire a Catholic education for all of their children should have that option. We recognize that there are students with learning differences that require support and expertise beyond what a classroom teacher can give. Thus, we have developed a program to enable families with children who need additional academic support to be a part of our school community.
The St. John Neumann Program is directed by a certified and experienced educator with credentials in special education and reading. She works closely with classroom teachers, parents and the students in the program to ensure that accommodations are made and students learn compensatory strategies to achieve success. Students with difficulties in mathematics receive additional support from a resource teacher with expertise in mathematics and math education.
Positive Behavior Instruction and Support (PBIS)
The St. Augustine Catholic School Positive Behavior Instruction and Support, PBIS, Team has developed a schoolwide program to support positive behavior. We foster and promote a faith-based and joyful learning environment for our students. It is our goal to assist each child in reaching their greatest potential and showcasing their God-given talents.
We encourage our students to be SAS Angels!
An SAS Angel