Skip to main content

ALPS Home Page


 

ALPS logo

 

Advanced Learner Programs and Services leverages ALL students' strengths and passions to keep them engaged in the learning process.

By developing responsive partnerships with teachers and families, ALPS supports students to go beyond surface level understanding of concepts and enhance their ability to think critically, creatively and to persevere. 


 

byrdseed logo

Byrdseed is a place dedicated to differentiating instruction for high-level learners. Parents and teachers learn new ideas, share what they know, and grow as educators.

>  Byrdseed newsletter archive


Summit Center - Helping Every Child Reach New Heights

Summit Center provides educational and psychological assessments, consultations, and treatment for children, their parents, and families. They work with all kids – including those who are gifted, those with learning challenges, and those who are both gifted and have challenges. 

>  Summit Center Latest eNews


Sylvan Learning logo

Sylvan inspires kids to thrive! Making sure learning clicks for each child isn’t always easy, but that's exactly what Sylvan does. 

>  Sylvan Source: Advice Beyond the Classroom


2e newsletter logo

2e: Twice-Exceptional Newsletter is a publication about twice-exceptional children-- gifted and having learning difficulties that go by many names:  learning disabilities, learning disorders, and learning differences.  2e views the 2e child as a whole person, beyond the high IQ, the quirkiness, or the disabilities.

>  2e Newsletter

May 4, 2019
Science Fair: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Maker Fair: 10:30 am – 1:30 pm

Open to the Public
Boys & Girls Club of Napa Valley
1515 Pueblo Avenue, Napa

The Napa County Science Fair is an opportunity to celebrate the exploration and creativity of our 5-8th grade students in the area of science education. Participating students also have the opportunity to win excellent prizes donated by local businesses and organizations. Families are encouraged to attend.

The Napa County Maker Fair will partner with the Science Fair to provide a variety of hands-on activities for children of all ages who want to explore science. A hot dog lunch will be available for purchase. The Fair is also a wonderful opportunity for younger students to learn more about the Science Fair as future participants.

More information

Posted 3/17/19

 

Alps Project Zone

Contact Us

NVUSD Ed Center
2425 Jefferson St
Room 201
(707) 253-3815 x 4881

Chuck Neidhoefer
ALPS Coordinator
cneidhoefer@nvusd.org

Brid Sarazin
ALPS Support
bsarazin@nvusd.org

Carrie Strohl
Advanced Learner Specialist and Project Zone Manager
carrie_strohl@nvusd.org

ALPS School Site Leads