Remote Learning with SESI2022-01-18T00:39:58-05:00

High-Touch Support from a Distance

SESI is a national provider of special and alternative education programs that support the academic, behavioral, and social-emotional needs of our students. While the method of instruction has changed, our commitment to supporting the unique needs of our students and families has not. Our staff –teachers, social workers, therapists, and counselors– continues to provide daily instruction and support to our students and families specific to their individualized educational plan (IEP), regardless of the technology available to each student. Our best-in-class programming has adapted to ensure we can seamlessly switch between in-person classroom and remote, home-based learning now and moving forward.

A Focus on Students and Families

We are dedicated to our families and students. Our staff has thoughtfully developed robust plans that allow students to continue their academics at home and stay on schedule while accommodating each student’s individual situation.

Hear from Our Parents

84% of parents surveyed said they felt their family and student’s needs were being met in regards to remote learning.

“We were fortunate to have teachers that were extremely involved with their students. Also they would notify me right away with any concerns regarding participation and keep me apprised of my son’s progress or lack of progress on a daily basis.”

Continued Dedication to Each Student’s Success

Success means something different for every one of our students. During these unprecedented times, we remain focused on student growth through the delivery of virtual services that fit each student’s unique needs and situation.

Hear from Our Parents

8 out of 10 parents surveyed felt the academic rigor of our virtual programming was appropriate for their child and addressed their IEP goals.

A Variety of Technological Solutions

Developed with flexibility in mind, our program can accommodate any level of technology access. Technology solutions are available for both those students with access to high-speed internet and those students with limited access to technology.

Parent and Family Resources

Resources for families include tips for setting up a learning environment, maintaining structure in the home, and a listing of free meal locations during school closures. Click on posts below for more information.