Claudia Peacock graduated from the College of Charleston in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in Special Education with concentrations in Early Childhood Education, Emotional Disabilities, and Mental Disabilities. She taught in Mount Pleasant for one year before moving to Duluth, Georgia to develop the Emotional Disabilities Program for Monarch Early Childhood Center. Upon marrying and moving to Greenville in 2005, Mrs. Peacock added Learning Disabilities to her teacher certificate and became Wilson Trained. In 2007, the Peacocks moved to Bluffton where Claudia worked for HHISCA as the Resource teacher from 2007-2009 and most recently was the Resource teacher at Red Cedar Elementary School from 2009-2015. After retiring from full time teaching, Mrs. Peacock began providing educational intervention at Cross Schools in the 2015-2016 school year. Contact Mrs. Peacock at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cross Schools strives to provide developmentally appropriate academic support and enrichment to complement the rigorous academic curriculum to meet the needs of all of our students. Academic support is provided to students in grades K-8 in the areas of reading, math, writing, organizational skills, and assistance with study skills. Academic support is an environment dedicated to the development of helping each student succeed. We support our Stingrays with one–to-one intervention and small group instructional support.
Cross Schools offers different levels of services and fees to meet the needs of all of our students.
This is our highest level of support and intervention. Students in this tier have a current Psychological Evaluation or Individualized Education Plan indicating the need for academic support, classroom accommodations, and testing accommodations. Students receive support in their area(s) of need, test support, organizational strategies, and study strategies. Students may receive one-to-one intervention as well as small group support. Students in this level receive classroom and testing accommodations as indicated by their Psychological Evaluation.
$2700 per year
Students must have a previous Level 1 Academic Support/Psychological Evaluation within past 3 years or a current Individualized Education Plan.
This level of support is for any student who could benefit from additional academic support. Teachers may refer students who need additional academic support or parents may request additional support. Students will receive subject area tutoring. No classroom or testing accommodations will be given unless the student has a psychological report indicating the appropriateness of classroom and testing accommodations.
$35 per session
Students must have a referral by classroom teacher through administration or a parent request.
"Accommodations are alterations in the way tasks are presented that allow children with learning disabilities to complete the same assignments as other students. Accommodations do not alter the content of assignments, do not give students an unfair advantage, or in the case of assessments, do not change what a test measures. They do make it possible for students with a learning disability to show what they know without being impeded by their disability." -National Center for Learning Disabilities