The mission of Student Support Services at All Saints’ Episcopal Day School is to enhance learning, academic success, and personal growth by empowering students as learners and supporting and accommodating the neurodiversity of our student body.
In partnership with teachers, administrators, and parents, the Student Support Department offers the following services:
Caitlin Hoffman joined All Saints' in January 2017. Caitlin competed as a student-athlete and earned her B.A. in Sociology from The Ohio State University. She then moved back home to Arizona where she earned her Master's in Elementary Education from Arizona State University. As a Learning Support Specialist, Caitlin collaborates with classroom teachers to implement strategies for students in Pre-K through eighth grades. Caitlin believes that each student at All Saints’ is entitled to the support necessary to maximize his or her potential. Caitlin enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, and being outdoors.
All Saints' Episcopal Day School offers accommodations and interventions through the Student Support Services department. Some of the more common accommodations include 50% additional time on assessments, preferential seating, attention signals, and use of audio books.
The first step is to meet with the Director of Learning and Student Support Services. During that meeting, possible accommodations and interventions can be discussed. In general, a psychoeducational evaluation is required for long term formal accommodations.
If you believe that your student would benefit from a tutor or other outside support, please contact the Director of Learning and Student Support Services. We will also be happy to facilitate communication between outside support and the classroom teacher.
All Saints’ Episcopal Day School is a private independent school in Phoenix, Arizona with a distinguished history of offering academic excellence, comprehensive fine arts, and competitive sports, along with an emphasis on spiritual growth and community service.