The primary purpose of the Seminole County Public Schools (SPCS) & UCF College of Education and Human Performance (UCF-CEDHP) Partnership is to provide counseling services at no cost to students and their families within their own community (elementary schools), promoting their academic and personal-social development. The counseling services are provided at Hamilton and Midway Elementary Schools. The counseling sessions last approximately 50 minutes and include weekly meetings. The counseling sessions are facilitated by Master's and doctoral level counselors-in-training that are under the direct supervision of an appropriately credentialed clinical supervisor.
If you are interested in having your child participate in this research and receive counseling services at no cost at Hamilton Elementary School of Engineering and Technology or Midway Elementary School of the Arts, contact Coralis Solomon.
Would your child benefit from more one-to-one and small group instruction in reading and writing? Would you like more specific information about your child's reading performance and at-home suggestions?
The College of Education and Human Performance offers reading clinics each semester and a digital storytelling camp during the summer. Your child will be paired with an undergraduate or graduate education student for individualized support in developing their reading, writing, and thinking abilities. Reading and Language Arts faculty supervise all clinics and camps.
Undergraduate Education students mentor and develop K-6 students' reading writing skills during the Fall and Spring Reading Clinic. The final session includes a parent celebration demonstrating family literacy activities.
FALL REGISTRATION OPENS
SPRING REGISTRATION OPENS
Graduate Education students mentor and develop K-6 students' reading and writing skills with individualized and small group sessions during the three-week summer Reading Clinic. The final session includes a parent celebration demonstrating family literacy activities.
UCF Teaching Academy
Students in grades K-6 combine literacy, visual arts, and technology while embarking on reading adventures during the Digital Storytelling Camp. Three separate weekly sessions are available. The final session includes a parent celebration where students showcase their digital stories.
Reading can be FUN! Students in grades K-5 will explore different genres and engage in fun, interactive activities with literature!