MVCS provides a resource program to effectively support students with minor learning challenges, in collaboration with classroom teachers. Our full-time Resource Specialist is appropriately qualified to address learning deficits, primarily in the reading and/or study skills domains.
Our resource program is not a function of special education, and we do not specifically follow IEPs as part of our curriculum. At this time our resource program is at capacity. If your child has an IEP or a 504 plan, please contact our Admissions Director, Vonette Carter, firstname.lastname@example.org or (949) 465-1950 prior to submitting your application, so we can determine whether we can effectively serve your student at MVCS.
Lisa Hunt earned a Bachelor in Science degree in Psychology with a minor in Child Development from San Diego State University; a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential through CalState TEACH at California State University, Fresno; a Clear Multiple Subject Teaching Credential from University of California, San Diego; and a Structured Literacy Certificate from the Center for Effective Reading Instruction. She has completed extensive training in the Slingerland Spelling methodology as well as in the Ortan Gillingham methodology to help students with dyslexia.
Mrs. Hunt's previous experience includes working at Lindamood-Bell Academy for over 5 years as a consultant and creating resource programs for Chabad Hebrew Academy and The Prentice School. She developed a method for tracking all assessments at The Prentice School. She is passionate about helping students achieve success in areas where they have struggled.