Hours of Operation: Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. | More than 40 Years of Experience
Preschool Program & School Age Program in Batesville, Arkansas
Prepare your developmentally disabled child for kindergarten and maximize educational opportunities through the preschool and school-age programs at The Community School, Inc., in Batesville, Arkansas. We help your child reach their full potential.
Provide a proper introduction to the classroom environment for your child with our preschool program. This program brings together children age's three to five and helps them prepare for a successful kindergarten experience.
Reaching Important Goals
A key goal of our developmental disabilities school is to ensure all preschoolers are able to successfully transition to a public school. Our staff places a strong emphasis on teaching the skills they will need for a positive kindergarten experience and beyond.
Joy in Learning
The Community School, Inc. ensures a positive learning environment for your child with a curriculum that makes learning fun. Our program is designed to promote interest and joy in learning to encourage independent work by providing stimulating actives in all development and pre-academic activities.
Primary and secondary students receive the best possible array of educational opportunities through our school age program. Our classrooms maximize opportunities for students with disabilities by providing:
• Technology and Adaptive Equipment
• One-on-One Instruction
• Management of Medical Needs
Enhancing through Technology
Our school age program provides both primary and secondary students with access to computer systems that enhance educational, communication, and pre-vocational training. The technology provided at The Community School, Inc. includes, augmentative communication devices, classroom adaptations, and modifications needed for learning.
Community Based Learning
To ensure students are placed on a path to become capable citizens, our secondary students follow a community-based construction program allowing them to learn about and access the community in real life situations. This component prepares them to be productive and social adults.