Students with Learning Disabilities
Services for Students with Learning Disabilities
Saint Francis High School provides access services to academically qualified students with disabilities. Types of disabilities include medical, physical, psychological, attention-deficit, and learning disabilities. Reasonable accommodations are provided to minimize the effects of a student’s disability and to maximize the potential for success. Students must have current and appropriate documentation to qualify for services.
Nancy Redding, Learning Specialist for Saint Francis High, can be contacted for questions regarding documentation requirements and services provided.
E-mail; phone: 650-968-1213, ext. 677.
Resources on Learning and Attention Disabilities for Parents and Students:
College Testing Sites:
Resources for students and parents:
- All Kinds of Minds
- Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic (Learning Ally)
- SALT Center at the University of Arizona
Parent and Student Resources for Academic Assistance
On Campus Resources
Collaboration - Use It Effectively
- Check school calendar for G1 or G2 Days-on these days collaboration runs from 7:45-8:35 a.m.
- Students should see teachers in their classrooms to receive extra help, review an assignment, or just to show you are interested
California Scholarship Tutoring
- Free tutoring Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in the Counseling Center
- Students must arrive within 5 minutes after the last bell rings and may stay up to 1 hour
Off Campus Resources
A list of private tutors is available in the Counseling Center