Q: What accommodations are available to Campbell Hall students?
A: Campbell Hall offers accommodations and interventions through the Educational Support Services department. Some of the more common accommodations include 50% additional time on assessments, preferential seating, use of a computer, use of a calculator, attentional signals and large print tests and quizzes. Accommodations that are not available include one to one class room aides, private room testing or oral testing.
Q: How does a student receive accommodations at Campbell Hall?
A: The first step is to meet either with Courtney Behrenhausen (grades K-8) or Julie Scurry (grades 9-12.) During that meeting, possible accommodations and interventions can be discussed. In general, a psycho-educational evaluation is necessary for long term formal accommodations such as use of extended time.
Q: How does a student use accommodations?
A: If a student is eligible for accommodations, the student will meet with either Dr. Behrenhausen or Mrs. Scurry to discuss how to access and make the most of the accommodations.
Q: What is the best way to find a tutor?
A: If you believe that your student would benefit from a tutor, or other outside support such as educational therapy, please contact Dr. Behrenhausen (grades K-8) or Mrs. Scurry to get referrals. Dr. Behrenhausen and Mrs. Scurry will also be happy to facilitate communication between outside support and the classroom teachers.
Q: How does a student apply for accommodations on standardized tests?
A: For information on how to apply for accommodations on standardized tests such as the PSATS, SATs, ACTs or AP exams, please click here: (PLEASE INSERT LINK for Accommodations for Standardized Exams) For accommodations on ERBs administered in grades 3-8, please contact Dr. Behrenhausen.