Learning Resource Center
The Learning Resource Program offers academic support in small-group classes. The Program’s goal is to help capable students overcome individual differences and develop the strategies necessary to meet with confidence the academic challenges of the Christ School curriculum. Integral to this support system is the student’s willingness to be a productive, successful student, open to the techniques and strategies presented within the context of the program.
- To develop time-management techniques and organization skills
- To master and internalize study strategies and study techniques
- To identify individual academic strengths and weaknesses
- To use those strengths to overcome relative weaknesses and help students reach their academic potential
- To assist in setting measurable goals
Notebook Organization, Goal Setting, Time Management, Note Taking, MLA Formatting, Outlining, Highlighting, Essay Writing, Study Skills, Test Preparation
Evening Study Halls
In-Room Study Hall: For the disciplined student, evening studying takes place in the dorms. This two-hour time, scheduled for each evening (Sunday – Thursday) and proctored by a Houseparent and a senior leader, is time for homework completion, reading and studying. Quiet time is observed.
Evening Classroom Study Hall (ECSH): A classroom setting of 10 – 15 boys with a faculty member as proctor, Evening Classroom Study Hall (Sunday – Thursday evening) helps students make efficient use of the designated study time. Students come prepared to complete their assignments, study, or read, just as they would for In-Room Study. There is no additional fee for Evening Classroom Study Hall.
Evening Classroom Study Hall-S (ECSH-S): Under the direction of the Director of the Learning Resource Program, proctors are available to help students (limited number per classroom) maintain focus and productivity during the evening study period. Each night, Sunday through Thursday, students are assisted with their work. The intent is for proctors to oversee student organization, prioritization, and assignment completion.
Please email or call Felice Stokes, Director of Learning Resources if you have any questions:
email@example.com or (828) 684-6232 ext. 111
Prior to coming to Christ School, Beth taught math in New Hampshire at Brewster Academy and Bishop Brady High School; she also served in an academic support role for students with special needs at Bow High School. She teaches mathematics, yearbook, and in the Learning Resources Department.
José Martin teaches in the Learning Resources Department. A graduate of the University of Florida, José taught history and economics and worked in marketing and business before joining the Christ School faculty in 2011.
Mark Moroz teaches in the Learning Resources and English departments. He also serves as head football coach and Head of Young House. Mark earned his Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Wake Forest University, where he played football. Following a professional football career, he coached at Wake Forest for two years, and then moved to Forsyth Country Day School where he taught English and music. He also served as head football coach and assistant athletic director at FCDS.
Dale Harris Sparacino teaches in Christ School's Learning Resource Program. She joined the faculty when the Learning Resources Program started in 1992 and is a former director of the program. A native of Princeton, N.J., she taught in the Henderson County, NC school system and at the Hun School of Princeton, N.J.Dale is a member of the Learning Disabilities Association of North Carolina, a board member of the WNC Symposium on Learning Disabilities and Attention Deficit Disorder, and a member of CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder).
B.A., Recreational Management
Felice Stokes serves as the Director of Learning Resources. She is a graduate of Belmont Abbey College. Felice is Orton-Gillingham trained and is a member of the Learning Disabilities Association.