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This is my twelfth year at OLOL, and I am very grateful for the wonderful and supportive students, parents, and staff I have met and worked with throughout the years. I am a graduate of UW-Stevens Point where I received my BS in Elementary Education and a Concentration in Reading. I am also trained in the Wilson Reading System, a powerful intervention program proven successful for students needing additional help in spelling and reading. I have been married for 31 years to my husband, Bob. I have one daughter, Erin, and a wonderful son-in-law, Zeb! During my "free time," I enjoy drawing colored-pencil sketches of pets for others, reading, and going up north to Minocqua, Wis. with family and friends.
Jean O'Donnell

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GRACE Student Services Program

“Within GRACE schools we believe that every child is gifted, no matter their testing level.
Through our Student Services Program we support teachers and students to ensure that
each child receives a meaningful and responsive Catholic school learning experience.”

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SUPPORTIVE CONSULTANT ROLE
Each of our GRACE schools has a staff member designated as a Supportive Consultant to
work with and assist students and staff with students’ educational needs.

 

JODonnellMrs. Jean O’Donnell is the Supportive Consultant/Resource Teacher at                                                                Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School. 

This is my twelfth year at OLOL, and I am very grateful for the wonderful and supportive students, parents, and staff I have met and worked with throughout the years. I am a graduate of UW-Stevens Point where I received my BS in Elementary Education and a Concentration in Reading. I am also trained in the Wilson Reading System, a powerful intervention program proven successful for students needing additional help in spelling and reading.I have been married for 31 years to my husband, Bob. I have one daughter, Erin, and a wonderful son-in-law, Zeb! During my “free time,” I enjoy drawing colored-pencil sketches of pets for others, reading, spending time with family and friends and going up north to our cabin near Minocqua, Wisconsin. 

 

The following is a list of some of the Supportive Consultant roles and responsibilities.

  • Provide identified assistance to students of need (academic, behavioral, social, other) as
    determined by a GRACE SCHOOLS SERVICE PLAN.
  • Oversee completion and distribution to parents of new and revised Teacher and
    GRACE Student Service Plans in collaboration with the classroom teacher(s). As
    needed, include listing of accommodation and modification recommendations.
  • Provide a copy of the Service Plan Progress at the end of each grading period (trimester)
    to Parents.
  • Attend IEP, Service Plan, and Supportive Consultation meetings as warranted.
  • Be The Center for Advanced Academics (CENTER) Site Coordinator.
  • Be the Edgenuity – Odyssey/Pathblazer (computer based learning) Site Coordinator

 

More Information:

GRACE-Student-Services-Program updated 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpCWWkeuasg&feature=youtu.be

NCEATalk– A Catholic School Education Article, April 2017 “GRACE Student Services Program

http://gracesystem.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/2016-Student-Services-WEB.pdf

Supportive-Consultant-Brochure-OLOL-2019-2020 PDF

Student Service Plan Template

RESOURCES and Inspiration

ADD/ADHD:

http://gracesystem.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/We-Are-Grace-ADD-and-ADHD-Power-Point-Jean-O-Jan-10-2017-2.pdf

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DYSLEXIA:

https://www.dys-add.com/dyslexia.html#anchorPhonemicWhat

 

                                                                                                                                                                                           20 words of affirmation for every child.                                                                                                                                                                                                       Thank you, ParentlineQL, for this graphic.

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The Student Services Program in Action:

Two students discussing what their Website would be about, if they created one.        (Reading & Writing class with Mrs. O’Donnell)