An innovative micro-school serving students in grades Pre-K through 3rd
“Because all students can achieve when their social, emotional and academic needs are met.”
Are social, emotional or academic concerns interfering with your child’s education? Whether its poor behavior, anxiety, low academic achievement or other concerns,
Safari Small Schools may be the answer you are looking for.
Individualized strategies that work
Parenting a Determined Child Can be Tough
If you are the parent of a strong-willed child, you know how exasperating life at home and school can be. Life doesn’t have to be this way. We want to encourage you today. There is hope.
Hope for Parents
At Safari Small Schools, we work with students and parents to identify problems that may reinforce undesirable behaviors or otherwise hinders social and academic functioning at home, in school and in the community.
Social and Academic Growth
Safari students develop not only academically, but socially and emotionally as well. Our students learn and practice empathy, compassion and respect for self, others and the community.
Strategies that Work
Working together with parents and families, we teach our students the social and coping skills they need to be successful in life.
We meet students where they are academically and put them on the path to achievement.
We target specific behaviors for change then teach and model the tools and strategies students and families can apply until positive behavior is the new normal.
Imagine your child happier at school and achieving socially and academically.
Envision more peaceful moments and memories with your child.
Van Zandt County
Canton, Wills Point, Van, Grand Saline, Edom, Fruitvale, Edgewood, Ben Wheeler, Martins Mill, Myrtle Springs
This is my purpose work.
A bit about me: I am a certified K-12 Special Education teacher. I work primarily with students who require more attention and support to achieve socially and academically.
I have 13 years of experience teaching in Texas public schools. I have a bachelor’s degree in Human Services, a master’s degree in Education Curriculum and Instruction and a doctorate degree in Educational Leadership.