Ms. Allard'd Special Education Syllabus
Resource Room 911
Grades 3 and 4
Special Education Syllabus
Resource Room 911
Hello! My name is Laura Allard. I am one of the Special Education teachers/service coordinators here at Sunrise Elementary School.
I am excited to be starting my fourth year at Sunrise. I look forward to seeing you all.
Parents you can visit these sites for campus information:
Peachjar and Social Media
Peachjar is a site you can visit to find out important information on campus. To sign up, go to the Sunrise website and scroll to the bottom of the right hand side, click on the Peachjar icon and enter your information. You can also follow Sunrise Elementary School on:
Facebook: Sunrise Elementary- DVUSD
Helpful Websites for your students:
Math: Zearn.com Typing Skills: Typingclub.com
Read for 20 minutes every day
Your child’s classroom teacher may give other assignments
PAWS is our school-wide expectation system.
P- Practicing Respect
A- Accepting Responsibility
S- Safety Matters
I encourage positive behavior daily by recognizing and rewarding appropriate behavior. I establish clear expectations and regularly pre-teach expectations during lessons to ensure that students understand how to be successful.
If a student is not following directions, he/she will receive a verbal warning. Generally, students are able to correct disruptive behavior quickly. However, if the disruptive behavior continues, a phone call home and/or a conference will be scheduled.
We will also be using ZONES of Regulation this year. This curriculum is designed to foster self-regulation and emotional control.
About Ms. Allard
I am very excited for the 2021-2022 school year! I was born and raised in North Dakota and moved to Arizona while in high school. I have two children and three dogs. My hobbies include camping and spending time outdoors.
I welcome any questions and/or concerns. I can be reached by:
ClassDojo: Direct messaging system and
Here are some reminders for you on our school campus
Although it is recommended that medication be given at home, we understand that it is not always possible to do so. In this case, parents must obtain a medication form from the school nurse and have it completed by your child’s physician. Also, medication must be in the original bottle from the pharmacy.
For safety reasons, visitors must check-in at the office and present a photo ID (driver’s license is preferred). After presenting photo identification, the visitor will have their picture taken and a sticker printed out with their name and photo. This sticker must be worn while the visitor is on campus. Visitors need to return to the office before they leave to check out. 8:15 am- 2:45 pm is protected instructional time. Thank you for helping us make Sunrise a safe school for our students!
When your child is absent, please call in to the office.