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Is Carle Auditory Oral School Right for My Child?

Choosing a school for your child can sometimes be an overwhelming task, we understand. Let us help you.

Located in Urbana, Illinois, the Carle Auditory Oral School was initially founded to help children with severe to profound hearing loss learn about their world through listening and spoken language. It was quickly discovered that the hands on, language-rich learning environment affords a tremendous learning opportunity for children with normal hearing as well as those with hearing loss.

In every classroom there is at least 1 teacher to every five students. Each teacher is highly qualified with a bachelors or masters degree. The language rich environment immerses children in spoken and written language to maximize communication skills.

Carle Auditory Oral School is an Illinois State Board of Education approved school program serving preschool through second grade students.

Theme based units of study – developed for preschool/pre-K and K/1/ 2 are explored at appropriate developmental levels in each classroom. Each group also has an exciting discovery center with hands on play and learning opportunities to allow the unit of study to come to life.

Developing a solid foundation – in phonological awareness, early reading and math skills. In addition to these basics, students in K/1/2 have opportunities to explore science and social studies concepts, and gain experience with early music, art and physical education skills.

11 month calendar, beginning in early August and continuing until late June. Children participate in 200 school days, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Before and aftercare is available at an additional cost. A childcare program is available on teacher institute days and July break.

   
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