Advanced Learner Program

Our ALP Philosophy

We believe that all children are entitled to an education tailored to their particular needs. While all students have personal strengths, some have abilities and talents that go beyond the core curriculum. Such students often require access to differentiated or advanced curriculum in order to realize their potential contribution to themselves and society. All children learn and experience success given time and opportunity, but the degree to which academic content standards are met and the time it takes to reach the standards will vary from student to student. We believe all students, including advanced learners, should be challenged and supported to reach their full potential.

Check out this awesome video of our ALP program that was presented at the School Board Meeting on March 20, 2018:
Link to Video

Find staff for each site here

Elementary Contacts:

Leanne Shimek
C.H. Bird & Northside Elementary
608.834.7355 & 608.834.7157

Breeanne VanDerKamp
Creekside & Horizon Elementary
608.834.7965 & 608.834.7750

Kimberly Rhodes
Eastside & Westside Elementary
608.834.7449 & 608.834.7520

Stephanie Burgess
Meadow View & Token Springs Elementary
608.834.5062 & 608.834.5111

Katie Plesac
Royal Oaks Elementary
608.834.7218

Aaron Knoploh
Patrick Marsh & High School
608.834.7644

Craig Brandl
Prairie View Middle School
608.834.7884

Meghan Bosonetta
Sun Prairie High School
608.834.6865

Scott Nelson
Cardinal Heights Upper Middle School
608.318.8155

Middle, Upper Middle, and High School Contacts:

Aaron Knoploh
Patrick Marsh & High School
608.834.7644

Craig Brandl
Prairie View Middle School
608.834.7884

Scott Nelson
Cardinal Heights Upper Middle School
608.318.8155

Meghan Bosonetta
Sun Prairie High School
608.834.6865

ALP COORDINATOR:

Meghan Bosonetta
Email
608.834.6810

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