Davison Bruce Foundation Grant Awarded for Need-based Scholarships and Math Curriculum
Birmingham, Alabama - Spring Valley School is honored to announce a generous grant from Davison Bruce Foundation to support need-based scholarship funds and the completion of a comprehensive math curriculum designed to support students with learning differences including Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and Dyscalculia.
¨A standards-based math curriculum guided by research, incorporating Orton-Gillingham’s multisensory techniques, and giving extra workspace will allow us to meet the needs of our students,¨ says Laura Griffin, Dean of Faculty and Academics at Spring Valley School. ¨This curriculum will be designed with the LD population in mind. The simple layout, spiral reviews, and carefully planned lessons will ensure our students´ understanding and success in math.¨
Spring Valley School (SVS) utilizes small class sizes, specially trained educators, and multi-sensory teaching approaches to meet the varied learning abilities of their students. Spring Valley’s collaboration with Davison Bruce Foundation helps ensure that exceptional students in Central Alabama have access to supportive instruction that can transform their approach to learning and ultimately yield bright outcomes.
About Davison Bruce Foundation
The mission of the Davison Bruce Foundation is to invest in the mind, body, and spirit of humankind, blessing others that they may bless the world. As a Foundation, they gratefully acknowledge the gift of family and humbly aspire to give generously, in accordance with the example set by their maternal forerunner, Elizabeth Davison Bruce. Funding priorities include the Aid of Vulnerable & Sustainable Rehabilitation, Health & Wellness Services, Christian Discipleship and Ministry Outreach, and Education and Scholarship.
About Spring Valley School (SVS)
Spring Valley School (SVS), located in Birmingham, Alabama, is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory school for grades 1-12, whose mission is to provide excellence in education for bright students with learning disabilities, including dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia. SVS can be contacted at (205) 423-8660 or email@example.com. Our address is 2701 Sydney Drive, Birmingham, AL 35211. Connect with SVS on Facebook - @SVSAlabama, Twitter - @SVSbham, LinkedIn or Instagram - @springvalleyschoolal.