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Learning Center

WELCOME TO THE TULITA LEARNING CENTER!

The Tulita Learning Center delivers intervention services to identified students who receive special education services and students who are considered academically "at risk." The primary focus of the Learning Center is to provide interventions with a focus on intensive reading and math instruction to target a student's progress and level of functioning, enabling greater access to the core curriculum. It is our goal to pursue the vision of "special education as a service, not a place."

The Learning Center can be found Rooms 2 & 3!

PARENT RESOURCES
There are many resources available on the internet today. We hope these sites provide you with helpful information.
 
  • www.autism.org This is a comprehensive resource containing links to a variety of sites worldwide. We do not endorse any particular viewpoint regarding a parent's choice of treatment.
  • www.cec.sped.org The Council for Exceptional Children is the largest international professional organization with a plethera of resources and articles available to download and purchase.
  • www.cerebralpalsy.org A resource for families with children who have cerebral palsy.
  • www.chadd.org Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • www.epilepsyfoundation.org Resources for epilepsy
  • www.ldonline.org LD Online is a helpful website about learning disabilities.
  • www.ncld.org The National Center for Learning Disabilities
  • www.ndss.org National Down Syndrome Society
  • www.naturalreaders.com Text-to-speech software that can read directly from other applications
  • www.readplease.com Text-to-speech for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
  • www.swselpa.org This is our local Special Education Family Resource Center, which is conveniently located in the Redondo Beach Unified School District's office.
  • www.tourettes.org Major league baseball's Jim Eisenreich's resource for tourettes
  • www.wingslearningcenter.org Wings Learning Center is all about autism.
  • www.wrightslaw.com Reliable information about special education law.
 
CONTACT US
You may contact us at the following email addresses should you have any questions, concerns, or comments about your child's program. You may reach Grace Yang at gyang@rbusd.org and/or Monica Joyce at mjoyce@rbusd.org
 
Meet our Special Education Team!
 
Ms. Monica Joyce (Resource), Room 3
 
Mrs. Grace Yang (Resource), Room 2
 
Ms. Jessica Smith (Occupational Therapy), Room 2
 
Ms. Arielle Pittluck (Speech and Language Pathologist)
 
Dr. Rose Huff (School Psychologist)