RANDOLPH — The Clara Martin Center’s East Valley Academy (EVA) has once again been approved by the Vermont Agency of Education on for reaccreditation in the areas of General Education, and Special Education.
This achievement recognizes EVA as an educational center of excellence providing high quality educational and therapeutic support services to its students.
Becoming an Agency of Education approved Independent School requires school programs to complete a lengthy application process that is followed up in two separate site visits.
One site visit focuses on General Education requirements, including education, administrative and facility requirements.
The second site visit focuses specifically on the area of Special Education and services related to Individualized Educational Plans
Within this review, CMC demonstrated the expertise, skills, and talents of their East Valley Academy staff, in providing excellent academic instruction, oversight and therapeutic supports to their students.
The Clara Martin Center’s School Services Program provides a continuum of student-centered supports and interventions that allow students with emotional and behavioral challenges to be successful student learners.
With a focus on prevention and early intervention, the goal of school services is to support students in being successful in their academic learning, as well as in their home and community environments.
Clara Martin Center oversees all therapeutic as well as academic aspects of EVA.
Clara Martin Center’s programs serve children and families, and individuals coping with behavioral challenges, emotional stress, mental illness, alcohol, and other drug problems.