ENROLLMENT IS NOW OPEN!
Students currently attending Language & Literacy Academy for Learning have the opportunity to re-enroll for the next school year by completing and returning the LLAL RE-ENROLLMENT COMMITMENT FORM. This form was sent to current LLAL families on February 27, 2019.
All forms must be returned to our Administrative (Front) Office at 330 Avenue C SE, Winter Haven, FL 33880.
The deadline to submit the form is
Wednesday, March 20, 2019, by 4:00 p.m.
Provide information for each child that will or will not be returning to LLAL in the fall of 2019. If you wish to enroll a sibling of a current student***, list their name, date of birth, current grade if attending school, and home school district in the space provided on the form.
If you indicated on your completed Commitment Form that you would like to enroll a sibling in the 2019-2020 school year, please pick-up enrollment materials from the Front Office. If you haven’t received your child’s 2019-2020 enrollment materials by Friday, March 8th, please stop by the Front Office to pick the form .
Students whose parents fail to return the Commitment Letter form to the Administrative Office by the deadline above will not be guaranteed enrollment for the upcoming school year and will be required to participate in the pre-enrollment process with new students seeking admission to the school through the lottery.
Programs & Curriculum
- HighScope COR Advantage:Infant, Toddler, Pre-K Developmental Milestones
- Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program:Supportive/ Participatory
- Picture Exchange Communication System:Supportive/ Participatory, infant/toddler
- Voyager Read WellK-3
- Voyager Passport LiteracyK-5th
- Voyager LANGUAGE Live!5-8
- Voyager Step up to WritingK-8
- Structure Your Reading6-8
- Touch MathK-3
- Voyager MathK-8
- Voyager Trans Math6-8
- Voyager Inside Algebra6-8
- Science FusionK-8
- Voyager Time Warp (Social Studies)K-8
- Physical fitness & Health with our robust Special Olympics program
- Visual, Fine, and Performing Arts Program
- Mind-Up Curriculum
An applicant must have either an IEP or FSP to be enrolled into the school. If the child is younger than 3 years, they must be in the Early Steps Program under a Family Support Plan. If they are older than 3 years old, they must have an IEP. If not, we will work with the families and direct them to their neighborhood school or Child Find to initiate and complete the IEP process. After eligibility has been determined, the school will follow through with the enrollment process according to the policies and procedures.
Applicants with social, relational, mental health, and behavioral challenges will be evaluated and served in an appropriate setting.
Mail For Inquiry
Call For Inquiry
(863) 268 – 2903
Applicants must have therapeutic intervention needs, in independent ambulation, speech and language, communication, social skills, visual perception, sensory, auditory processing, behavior, and/or self-help/independence difficulties. Students typically have difficulty communicating their basic wants and needs, limitations with ambulating or accessing their environment, difficulty eating/swallowing, significant hearing or vision deficits, fine motor deficits, visual motor deficits, sensory processing needs, overall developmental delay and/or difficulty with emotional regulation.
A physician’s order for therapies must be provided when using medical insurance to provide therapy services for SLP, OT, and PT.
Reading & Writing
Extra Curricular Programs
Special Olympics Unified Sports