“One of the marvelous things about community is that it enables us to welcome and help people in a way we couldn't as individuals.”
As part of our mission The Liberty School offers several community
outreach programs for the betterment of our community.
After-School Enrichment Classes
Attention! Our Winter program has been cancelled. Please check back in the Spring to see if we'll be offering a spring session!
The Liberty School hosts a Gifted & Talented, After-School Enrichment Program that is opened to anyone in our community.
For a limited time only, dyslexia screenings are half price, costing only $50, thanks to a generous donation from the Durango Rotary Club!
The purpose of a dyslexia screening is to identify if a student is at risk for dyslexia. It does not give a formal diagnosis. The data derived from a dyslexia screening can be used to determine if a student would benefit from a comprehensive evaluation known as a psychological educational evaluation. This type of evaluation and a dyslexia diagnosis can only be given by a professional in the field such as an educational psychologist.
What To Expect
During the initial visit, the student will work with our dyslexia screener, Tracy Brothers. The student is given approximately five assessments to determine the child's language and processing strengths and weaknesses.
The entire process takes about one hour.
At the end of the testing session, an additional appointment is made with the parents only to allow for a review of the screening report and to discuss recommendations of "what to do next?" The followup appointment is included in the initial $100 cost of the Dyslexia Screening.