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Summit Academy Presents New Canton School Leaders

Summit Academy Secondary School – Canton and Summit Academy Community School for Alternative Learners – Canton welcome Tiffany George as director. In addition, longtime Summit Academy Community School for Alternative Learners – Canton IEP coordinator, general education teacher and intervention specialist Lisa Merry is advancing as the new assistant director for Summit Academy Community School … Continued

8 Tips for Special Education Success During Remote Learning

When the COVID-19 pandemic closed schools abruptly last March, Kelly Addessi admits that the fast-unfolding remote learning environment was an adjustment for her son, Evan.  At the time Evan was a fourth-grader at Summit Academy Community School for Alternative Learners – Canton Elementary. There, he thrived in an engaging environment, learning alongside classmates as well … Continued

Social Media Links

Each school has created a private Facebook group to collaborate with our enrolled families. We will be sharing news, up-coming events and best of all… photos of your kiddos! Please click on the Facebook group for your school below and join.

Canton Elementary Staff Prepares Homemade Thanksgiving Feast for Students

Mashed potatoes smothered in gravy, roasted turkey, sweet pumpkin pie and all the other traditional Thanksgiving Day fixings made their way to Canton Elementary on Tuesday, courtesy of Principal Robert Housel and school staff members. “We’re a big family here. We care about our kids, staff and community. We want everybody to sit together in … Continued

Winning in the Classroom

Borrowing her mother’s words, Tria Hummel says she “was born to teach.” The Canton Elementary Summit Academy Community School for Alternative Learners teacher seems to defy common-day perceptions (perhaps, misperceptions) about teaching: that it lacks creative freedom, that students who previously slipped through the cracks cannot catch up, that teachers must be as tough as … Continued