Academic Programs and Student Support

Miramar Ranch Elementary takes great pride in meeting the individual needs of every student. Monitoring students progress through district assessments, state assessments and classroom performance is our top priority. We provide many opportunities for students to receive additional services to support them in meeting grade level standards.  

If you have academic concerns regarding your child's progress, please contact his/her teacher and or administration to discuss this further.

Reading Intervention

Miramar Ranch offers additional reading support to students based on space availability and student need.  Groups are provided multiple days a week by a trained paraprofessional.  The purpose of this reading intervention is to provide students with a "double dose" of reading instruction.  

School Psychologist

What do School Psychologists do?

  • Collaborate with teachers, parents, and administrators to find effective solutions to learning and behavior problems.
  • Conduct special education eligibility evaluations.
  • Provide short term counseling for special education students as determined by their IEP.
  • Assist school/students manage crises, such as death, illness, or community trauma.
Contact our school psychologist Sarah Sweeney if you have any questions or concerns [email protected]

Counseling Services

  • Scheduling Student Study Team meetings for students with academic or behavioral concerns.                  
  • Assist with promoting positive attendance & handling attendance issues     
  • Provide community resources to students and families
  • Provide short-term group or individual counseling for targeted students in order to help reduce barriers to academic performance
      • Counseling Topics include coping skills, social skills, emotional literacy, problem-solving, impulse control, healthy communication, self-esteem, empathy
  • Provide crisis intervention services
      • Suicide risk assessments, coordinate safety plans, consultation, conflict meditation, walk-ins                   
  • Support Foster Youth/McKinney Vento students                
  • Support teachers with social, emotional and behavioral interventions for their students             
  • Continual assessment of needs– collaborate with administration, school psych, and teachers to determine the needs of the school, students, and families  

    Speech Services

    What is speech-language pathology?
    Speech-language pathologists provide assessment, progress monitoring, and treatment for a variety of speech and language disorders.

    If you are a parent or guardian who is concerned about your child's speech and language development, contact the school to learn more about how to initiate the referral process.



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