Student Learning Plans (SLPs) reflect each family’s unique philosophy of education. The SLP provides a written record of the family’s goals and strategies for meeting the prescribed learning outcomes in each required area of study for individual students based on the student’s grade level.
Parents work with a teacher to develop an SLP for each child, summarizing the teaching method, resources, and activities designed to meet the specific grade level’s prescribed learning outcomes. The coordinator and/or the student’s teacher will provide direction, advice, and assistance in this process. The parent and/or student will provide information about the student’s interests, strengths, areas of need and learning style.
Parents are asked to submit copies of the Table of Contents of texts students will be working with if the texts differ from those supplied by the PIE program. Student Learning Plan forms are available from the coordinator or online on the SLP document library