St. John the Baptist School embraces students with learning differences in a Christ-centered environment. Students are given the accommodations and differentiated learning strategies needed to be successful in the general education classroom. When students need extra support, the resource room offers individual and small group instruction to meet the needs of the individual student.
You can view our St. John the Baptist Resource Program Guidelines by clicking HERE.
The staff at St. John the Baptist incorporates multi-sensory learning strategies, movement breaks, and adaptive seating options. These are just a few of the techniques used to help students find success! Please click HERE for details.
St. John the Baptist has a close working relationship with the Warrick County Public Schools. If students show low academic growth despite small group intervention, students can be referred for academic assessment with the school psychologist from Warrick County. One of the cornerstone programs adopted by St. John the Baptist is the Wilson Reading System. This program reaches struggling readers who do not find success with the traditional approaches to reading used in the general education classroom. With dyslexia affecting one in five students, students find success with a multisensory approach to reading. Wilson incorporates a tapping system that will help impress the word structure to memory. The Wilson System breaks down the schematics of the English language into step by step rules to help students with decoding and word meaning.