We are here to support families with school year 2020-2021! We have teamed up with MindCraft Makerspace to provide for in-person, small group, academic support, Monday-Friday 8:30-4:00 pm!

School work can be stressful, create tension at home and at school, and elicit tears and frustration. We have designed a EXL learning lab to provide that extra help your child needs now more than ever to build on social emotional, behavioral and executive functioning skills essential to productive personal and academic growth.

During learning lab, students will participate in their online schooling in a safe learning environment providing the support needed for a successful learning experience. ​

How are we different than community pods? ​

1. Experienced, back-ground checked teachers

2. Diagnostic assessment of kids current skills and abilities in reading and math

3. Supplemental, hands-on and real-time rigorous learning that address demonstrated gaps (not worksheets or screens)

4. Clear communication and coaching for parents when addressing concerns with teachers

5. All subject matters supervised for K-2, grades 3-5, and 6-12

6. Technology and supplemental materials provided

7. Research-based strategies for boosting academic performance

8. Executive Functioning skills incorporated in daily work requirements

9. Social-Emotional Skills highlighted and practiced

10.Fun STEAM Learning in MindCraft Kidz 12:30-4:00 pm to include crafting and making, 3D printing, coding, sewing and more!

Social Emotional and
Academic Learning

Is your child in tears the night before a test? Do they complain of stomach or headache the morning of school? Are you hearing that your child is “acting out” in the classroom?
If so, your student may be struggling with underlying social-emotional concerns impacting their academic behavior and performance. Social-Emotional Academic Learning (SEAL) skills are tailored to support students with these difficulties. These skills provide an opportunity to acquire and effectively apply the attitude, knowledge and skills that are necessary to understand, manage and regulate emotions and behaviors. Specific skills that may be addressed include:

  • Coping with stress and anxiety related to school/homework

  • Reframing negative statements, assertiveness

  • Understanding one’s strengths and ways to build on them

  • Handling rejection, teasing and bullying

  • Coping with frustration related to learning

About The Group:

  • Help your child put these essential skills into practice!

  • Small clinician-to-group ratio offers individualized focus on your child’s struggles

  • Groups will include a 60 minute visit to home or school (additional visits may be added for an additional fee)

  • Parents will be given a weekly topic as well as ways to practice these skills at home

Groups are for 1st – 3rd grade and 4th – 6th grade students Enrollment is limited to 6 students.

$480 for eight 90 min sessions

Sessions Run for 8 Weeks

Support is also available on an individual basis.
One-on-one Social-Emotional Academic Learning (SEAL) skills sessions are available if group sessions are not a fit for your child. Please reach out to Adriana [email protected] to schedule or if you are interested in additional information.

These sessions are designed for elementary and middle school students and their parents, students who have a diagnosis of a learning or attention disorder, as well as those who struggle with social-emotional concerns including ADHD, anxiety and/or depression. Individuals do NOT need a formal diagnosis to participate.

Executive Functioning

Executive Functioning (EF) refers to a set of skills that allow us to organize and plan our behavior and monitor our thoughts in order to work more efficiently and effectively. The brain needs this skill set to filter distractions, prioritize tasks, set and achieve goals, and control impulses. EF Groups will teach students specific, developmentally-appropriate skills and ways of thinking to help them succeed in the classroom and at home. When children have the opportunity to develop executive function skills, they experience lifelong benefits. These skills are crucial for learning and development. EF Groups also provide the time and support needed to apply those skills and routines as students complete their own homework assignments.
  • Improving time management and organization skills

  • Coping with feeling overwhelmed with homework/academic tasks

  • Understanding one’s strengths and ways to build on them

  • Responding flexibly to changing in schedule or routine, flexible thinking

  • Initiating tasks and being able to ignore distractions and resist temptations, self-monitoring

About the Group:

  • EF Group allows students the unique opportunity to learn and practice skills in a supportive, supervised environment making school work less stressful. This structure allows for lessons to be tailored to student’s unique needs and abilities.
  • Parents will be given a bi-monthly topic as well as ways to practice these skills at home.
  • The first half of each session will introduce a new lesson, and the second half will be focused on applying these skills while your child completes homework.

Ages: Groups are designed for Upper Elementary students in grades 3 – 11. Enrollment is limited to 10 students per group.

Cost: $600 ($60 per 90 min session, a total of 10 sessions)

Sessions Run for 5 Weeks on Monday through Thursdays, 4:00-5:30 p.m.

*Students MUST commit to at least two days per week in order to receive EF curriculum*

Click on the Dates to register for upcoming classes:

Executive Function Skills Jan 11-Feb 10

Executive Function Skills Feb 22-March 24

Executive Function Skills Apr 12-May 12

One-on-one Executive Functioning Skills sessions are available if group sessions are not a fit for your child.

Questions about the group or individual sessions can be directed to Adriana at [email protected]

If group options do not meet your needs, please contact us to schedule one-on-one sessions.