Roots Program Overview
The Roots Program is for neurodivergent Learners to supplement their homeschool program or for those who have finished their K-12 educational requirements. Roots Program participants fully participate in the Bloom360 Learning Community with a flexible, part time schedule, and reduced tuition as Bloom360 is not needed as their school of record. A minimum number of days/hours is required for the Learner to be successful.
The goal of the Roots Program is to help Learners grow in a safe and trusted sensory-friendly learning environment. This includes choosing high-interest projects and opportunities to share experiences with peers with guidance from Bloom360’s highly trained staff.
Roots Program Learners are integrated in a developmentally appropriate manner with the Bloom360 Day School Learners who attend the school for full school programming. Our multi-disciplinary team will collaborate with parents to set social-emotional goals for your child/young adult.
Project-based Learning – Roots Program Learners work on individual, small group, and community-wide projects (as developmentally appropriate). These projects are centered on their interests and provide rich opportunities to practice communication, collaboration and problem solving.
Enrichment Practice Zones – Roots Program Learners are included in music, art, mindfulness, reflection, and gratitude practices with a lot of movement and outside time incorporated into the day. This may also include cooking and baking.
To learn more, we invite parents to reach out via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 414-935-6360 to schedule a call with one of our team members.