eSucceed offers a variety of ways to support the different learning needs of each student. We believe every child is unique and their learning experiences should be customized to suit their interests, abilities and learning styles.
Advisory Groups– eSucceed middle and high school students are part of an advisory group that meets weekly. Each group consists of a small number of students led by their advisor. Advisory is designed to offer support to students within this small group. Students learn and discuss ways to manage their time, use their calendar, stay on pace, and avoid procrastination. Students share their work calendars with their advisor and explain how they manage their time throughout the week. Students also discuss how to avoid distractions in order to maximize their time. During Advisory students are introduced to eSucceed’s curriculum, Environments of Success™. EOS provides lessons which teach students how responsibility, collaboration, support, growth, and innovation can be utilized in achieving their goals. Advisory students may schedule appointments to meet individually with their advisor on areas of concern.
Teachers/relationships – At eSucceed we believe students learn in a variety of ways and have different needs and interests. eSucceed teachers go the extra mile in providing guidance and support to all students. Based upon the students needs, teachers provide extra time, individual tutoring, modified assignments, and additional support so all students may achieve success.
Special Education – For students who reside within our consortium districts, special education services are provided by the resident/consortium district. The resident district is responsible for special education evaluations, eligibility determinations, placement decisions and IEP development and revision. The staff at eSucceed works collaboratively with the district to provide information about the student’s progress within eSucceed classes. eSucceed staff may assist in making decisions for eligibility determination, placement, and IEP goals. They may also attend IEP and evaluation meetings by phone or conference, virtually or in person.
Students who do not reside with our consortium districts and require special education services work with the special education team at Gilman High School.