ACCESS

Accessing Curriculum, Communication, Emotional-regulation & Sensory-motor Supports (ACCESS) Neurodiverse Learning Program

ACCESS Vision Statement

ACCESS provides students in kindergarten-5th grade with opportunities to reach their full potential through research-based, explicit, systematic instruction. Students in the ACCESS program develop independence, self-regulatory behaviors, functional communication and social skills within the context of an academic learning environment given individualized and differentiated instruction. The ACCESS program is integrated and valued as a part of the larger school community and district. Click on the following link to read more about the program.

St. Charles Community Unit School District 303