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We provide high-quality, culturally relevant instruction to improve children’s academic and behavioral outcomes. We’ll teach in small groups, dyads, or one-to-one, depending on what’s best for the child. Upon admission, we’ll measure your child's reading skills and develop an Individualized Learning Plan (ILP) to ensure that they receive appropriate instruction. We will implement differentiated instruction, measure each child’s progress, and make instructional changes when necessary. Frequent play breaks and snacks will be provided during all sessions.

We value and highly encourage parent involvement in our program. We will share daily progress notes to ensure that parents know how their child is doing in the program. We will also share monthly tips for how caretakers can continue to practice what the children learn in our program at home.


Community Collaborations & Initiatives

Welcome to our Community Collaborations & Initiatives section at KABAS, where we celebrate the spirit of partnership and progress. As a school dedicated to Behavioral and Academic Success, we believe in the power of collaboration to create positive change. In this space, we shine a spotlight on past collaborations and projects that have enriched our community, showcasing the diverse talents and shared efforts that make our school a hub of innovation and support. From our roots in behavioral health programs to our ongoing commitment to connecting with resources both within and beyond our walls, we invite you to explore the stories of collaboration that define our journey and inspire our future endeavors. Join us as we continue to build bridges and foster growth within our vibrant community.

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After School Program 
Pre-K - 6th Grade

Preschoolers will learn communication skills, reading readiness, and school readiness. School-aged children focus on missing skills that will help them catch up with their peers and become proficient readers. Children take several informal reading tests that measure where they have strengths and weaknesses in word recognition, vocabulary, comprehension, reading motivation, and fluency. We will implement differentiated instruction Each child has an Individualized Learning Plan (ILP) with behavioral and academic goals. To make gains, each child must spend at least 8 hours a week.

Summer Program 
6/5/2023 - 7/31/2023
Reading Social Skills

Children will take several informal reading tests that measure where they have strengths and weaknesses in word recognition, vocabulary, comprehension, reading motivation, and fluency. We will implement differentiated instruction, and ILPs will be used to ensure that children show gains across all components of reading.  We highly encourage each child to spend a minimum of 10 hours a week in our program.

Our Model

Our Model

At KABAS, we provide a unique data-driven approach that supports behavioral, social-emotional, and academic success. We have small classroom sizes with a high teacher-student ratio. Based on the level of support they need, our students work in 1:1, 2:1 dyads, or in small homogeneous groups to ensure that they make significant gains. KABAS offers 2 curriculum tracks that are based on the child's present level of performance: Track A- Pre-academics and Track B- Academics. In both curriculum tracks, our students receive Tiered systems of support based on their needs.






Multi-tiered system of support

This track focuses on teaching pre-academic skills such as functional communication, functional living skills, early literacy, social skills, and other appropriate academic goals. Students usually work in 1:1 until they are ready to participate in small groups.

This track focuses on academic skills based on common core standards. All students participate in behavioral and academic assessments that inform their Individualized Learning Plan. Direct Instruction and other programs are used to ensure student success.  Students usually work in pairs or small groups.

In Tier 1, all students will receive universal academic and behavioral support. In Tier II, students will receive targeted support in dyads or small groups. In Tier III, Functional Behavior Assessments are conducted, and students receive highly individualized behavior and academic support.

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