Pieceful Solutions, which operates three private schools for K-12 students with autism spectrum disorders and other exceptionalities, will host an open house at its Mesa campus this weekend.
Specializing in creative curriculum that plays to the strengths of its students and a small student-to-teacher ratio, Pieceful Solutions provides an individualized curriculum that focuses on academic, social, and emotional development as well as life skills.
During the open house this Saturday, Nov. 19, from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Pieceful Solutions Mesa school campus, 4909 E. Brown Road, parents will hear a short presentation about the programs that the school offers, be able to tour the campus and meet the teachers in each classroom, and learn about tuition funding programs available.
“Pieceful Solutions fills a critical need in the Mesa community,” said Kay Stockdale, director of the Mesa campus. “With the rate of autism on the rise, parents need a school for their child where they can receive individualized academic instruction and social skills support that allow them to thrive both in and out of the classroom.”
Parents interested in attending the open house should RSVP by calling Kimberlee at 480-309-4792 or emailing email@example.com.
Faculty members and school leaders will be on hand to welcome parents and provide insights about how Pieceful Solutions tailors its educational model to the particular needs of students who may struggle in a traditional classroom environment.
One out of every 50 children born has autism, and that number continues to rise, with Arizona at the top of the list. There are also many students who struggle to be successful academically and/or socially due to other exceptionalities.
Established in 2008, Pieceful Solutions specializes in K-12 curriculum that complements the strengths of students either on the autism spectrum or with other exceptionalities. Pieceful Solutions operates schools in Mesa, Chandler and Gilbert. The student-to-teacher ratio is small to provide personalized attention to each student. The team at each school uses innovative teaching techniques, working cooperatively with students and parents to set and achieve goals that focus on academic, social, and emotional development as well as life skills. Students are encouraged to participate in fun, social activities like student council, choir, culinary arts, karate and improv.