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Stephanie Kolker MSW, LCSW

For some students, summer break is a time to kick back, relax and enjoy. For others, summer break can be a major source of stress especially if they rely on school for safety, structure, and/or social/emotional connectedness. Losing those supports over the summer months can set students back and make the transition into the Fall more challenging. Parents whose children have academic gaps, need credit recovery and/or need social/emotional wellness during the summer often struggle to find summer enrichment programs or activities that meet their needs. LOGOS Summer Intensive Program can offer relief to families by providing academic and therapeutic support in a structured but flexible environment.

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Megan Coonrod, LOGOS English Teacher 2016-2022

Though LOGOS does not assign daily homework as regular practice, because we are an individualized school, parents are always able to consult with their child’s teachers and therapists to create a “homework plan” for their student. This is especially useful for students whose goal is to return to the traditional school environment or students who may want extra enrichment activities. These plans are completely unique and can range anywhere from ten minutes of homework for math every other day, an extra book to read at home for one chapter per night, to a more traditional thirty minutes per class per evening plan. It all depends on the needs of the student.

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How Therapeutic Schools Drive Personal and Academic Achievement through Social Emotional Learning
By: Dr. Kathy Fenger, Head of School, LOGOS School

What Is Social-Emotional Learning?

Social-emotional learning helps adolescents build self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship management and responsible decision-making skills. These life skills increase the student’s ability to learn and help improve their attitude toward themselves and others, which leads to more positive social behaviors. 

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Nicholas Wren
By: Nicholas Wren, M.Ed, LCP Clinical Director, LOGOS School

As a therapeutic school, LOGOS has found success incorporating DBT into the daily academic setting. Our students receive individual and group therapy, and they have access to additional therapeutic support rooms throughout their school day. Our clinical staff teach these life skills to assist a students ability to manage themselves, promoting academic success and stability.

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Kim in Office
By: Kim Jayne, Director of Transition Services, LOGOS School

Learning how to encourage and support students who lack confidence, suffer from anxiety, or doubt their ability to succeed as they transition to life after high school is crucial and different for every teen.

Students in crisis during the transition period between childhood and adulthood can suffer extreme anxiety, become irritable and irrational, and often engage in distracting behaviors. Dealing with the myriad of possibilities and responsibilities is often overwhelming.

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  • Transition