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Literacy at Radisson Park School

At Radisson Park School, we believe strongly in the importance of intentional teaching in Literacy.

Our school wide focus on Balanced Literacy provides intense and strategic teaching and support to develop success in reading and wrting for all students across all subject areas.  Teachers understand the importance of regrouping students within grade teams and across the school in all subject areas each day in order to meet the individual needs of every student.  All certified teachers and administrators at Radisson Park School are an integral part of the Literacy team.   Each day students strengthen their literacy skills as they work through the components of:

  • Working with words
  • Guided reading (small-group reading instruction)
  • Modeled and shared reading
  • Independent reading (at just-right reading level)
  • Guided and independent writing

Literacy is at the core of all learning for both students and teachers, and opportunities for reading and writing are evident in all student projects across all subject areas.

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