- For Parents
"My husband and I are incredibly appreciative of all the support, kindness and patience the school has extended to our son over the years. You accepted him with open arms and provided him with a loving and safe place to learn. I've been at ease for the duration of his time at Crossroads, since your staff members have the expertise necessary to mediate between, calm and appease our children. They also have an abundance of patience, that is for certain! In the past, I would receive phone call on a daily basis from my son's school. I remember when he started attending Crossroads, I would frequently check my phone to see if I left the ringer off or if my phone was dead, but it wasn't. We are eternally grateful to your teachers and staff for teaching him the skills to self sooth. He has grown and matured significantly while he has been at Crossroads."- parents of a 6th grade student
"This is the first year my son has EVER written ANYTHING. This is progress. Thank you for all the hard work, intellect, methods and guidance you (and staff) give to him. I notice the smallest of changes propelling him for the positive. I am so very grateful for being led to Crossroads!" - mother of a 2nd grade student
"From my son’s experience at Crossroads, I have learned that learning differences must be seen as opportunities, not obstacles. As educators and parents, it must be our challenge to see that the dreams of these ‘different learners’ are nurtured.” - father of a 4th grade student
“Crossroads has been such a blessing to our family. Here, my children are expected to learn, not simply ‘keep up’ with the work. The Learning Differences are understood and now school is a place they go to with excitement, rather than dread.” - parent of 4th & 6th grade students
'It is not a ‘one-size fits all’ program. The individual attention, small classroom size and the social skills they teach our children sets the Crossroads program apart.” - parent of a 6th grade student
“He finally found a place where he ‘fits’ and his learning differences don’t define him.” - mother of a 10-year old student
We hope our children will arrive in the world healthy in every way. We dream that they will grow into happy, wonderful individuals and live fulfilling lives. Within a handful of years, some parents learn that their child is struggling at school, exhibits little confidence and is often anxious. When this happens parents are heartbroken and they desperately look for solutions. We are very aware of this grief and do everything possible to support the family.