Foundation School of Autism - San Antonio

Foundation School of Autism - San Antonio

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AMAZON PRIME DAYS ARE HERE: Don't forget to use our Amazon link to make your purchases. Our campus will receive a donation of 4-10% of your purchase. Thank you!
https://www.amazon.com/?tag=foundationschool-20&linkCode=ur1
Gianna’s ELA: Reading and Writing assignment for today 😃. Her favorite book is The Gruffalo❀. Her favorite character in the book is the Fox 🩊.
What happens to middle schoolers and high schoolers?
This program desperately needs to be expanded.
Ask us how to get a state scholarship
The link for Big Give 2018 is open. The school has raised $190 toward their goal of $3600! Please consider giving today!
https://www.thebiggivesa.org/organizations/responsiveed-foundation-f5149e7a-9214-4f48-a687-6d5e7170bdd3
We are so excited to be a part of Big Give 2018! You can support our campus by visiting the link below and making a donation anytime now through March 22. Don't forget to put our School name in the comment field of the donation form. Please share this link with all of your friends and family across the country! Together we will Make A Difference!
Any news on school tomorrow?

The Foundation School of Autism - San Antonio is a tuition-free, public charter school serving children ages 3-7 with a focus on early intervention.

ResponsiveEd opened the Foundation School of Autism- San Antonio to provide the best education possible for young children on the Autism Spectrum.

Operating as usual

Timeline Photos 10/01/2021

It's #NationalPrincipalsMonth! 🎉 This October, we're joining ResponsiveEd in celebrating incredible leaders of hope across the district—like ours—whose support and endless dedication inspire and lead our students. Thank you, we couldn't do it without you.

Help us say "Thank You" by submitting a message, photo, or video at the following form: bit.ly/2ZFhZnS. #ThankAPrincipal

It's #NationalPrincipalsMonth! 🎉 This October, we're joining ResponsiveEd in celebrating incredible leaders of hope across the district—like ours—whose support and endless dedication inspire and lead our students. Thank you, we couldn't do it without you.

Help us say "Thank You" by submitting a message, photo, or video at the following form: bit.ly/2ZFhZnS. #ThankAPrincipal

[09/24/21]   We want to thank all of our current and former parents who donated to our school during Big Give San Antonio. Your support will make a difference in the lives of our students. Because of your generous gifts, we raised $1635 for Foundation School of Autism - San Antonio. Thank you again. Your support is greatly appreciated!

Foundation School's Fundraiser Profile | The Big Give 09/23/2021

Foundation School's Fundraiser Profile | The Big Give

Good morning! Today is Big Give San Antonio, a day where hundreds of nonprofits and their supporters come together to make a difference in our community. If you would like to support Foundation School of Autism, please consider making a donation to our campus. Thank you!

To make a donation to Foundation School of Autism - San Antonio for the Big Give, please visit the link below.
https://www.thebiggivesa.org/p2p/213855/foundation-school

Foundation School's Fundraiser Profile | The Big Give Help Foundation School's fundraiser efforts for The Big Give

Foundation School's Fundraiser Profile | The Big Give 09/22/2021

Foundation School's Fundraiser Profile | The Big Give

Tomorrow, September 23, Foundation School of Autism will be participating in Big Give San Antonio, a day where hundreds of nonprofits and their supporters come together to make a difference in our community. Please consider making a donation to our campus.

To make a donation to Foundation School of Autism - San Antonio for the Big Give, please visit the link below.
https://www.thebiggivesa.org/p2p/213855/foundation-school

You can also use the donate button on our campus website. However, donations made through our campus website are not available for Big Give matching funds or prizes. https://www.foundationschool.net/

Foundation School's Fundraiser Profile | The Big Give Help Foundation School's fundraiser efforts for The Big Give

Foundation School's Fundraiser Profile | The Big Give 09/13/2021

Foundation School's Fundraiser Profile | The Big Give

On September 23, Foundation School of Autism will be participating in Big Give San Antonio, a day where hundreds of nonprofits and their supporters come together to make a difference in our community. Please consider making a donation to our campus. Early giving begins September 16.

Developing flourishing human beings starts with a shared commitment on the part of parents and educators. A school is at its best when we work together to create a culture of community investment to help make our school better each year.

To make a donation to Foundation School of Autism - San Antonio for the Big Give, please visit the link below.

https://www.thebiggivesa.org/p2p/213855/foundation-school

You can also use the donate button on our campus website. However, donations made through our campus website are not available for Big Give matching funds or prizes. https://www.foundationschool.net/

Foundation School's Fundraiser Profile | The Big Give Help Foundation School's fundraiser efforts for The Big Give

[08/09/21]   This year, Breakfast at Foundation School of Autism - San Antonio will be free for students regardless of household income. We can offer this program thanks to a waiver from the U.S. Department of Agriculture that was offered to schools nationwide.

Timeline Photos 08/06/2021

Tax-Free Weekend begins today and ends at midnight Sunday, Aug. 8! Families won't pay sales tax on many back-to-school supplies including most clothing, footwear, school supplies, and backpacks, provided that no item is more than $100. For more information, visit https://fal.cn/3hhrW.

Tax-Free Weekend begins today and ends at midnight Sunday, Aug. 8! Families won't pay sales tax on many back-to-school supplies including most clothing, footwear, school supplies, and backpacks, provided that no item is more than $100. For more information, visit https://fal.cn/3hhrW.

Timeline Photos 06/04/2021

In response to Governor Abbott's executive order prohibiting school districts from requiring or mandating mask-wearing, our campus will be 'Masks Optional'. Thank you for your understanding.

In response to Governor Abbott's executive order prohibiting school districts from requiring or mandating mask-wearing, our campus will be 'Masks Optional'. Thank you for your understanding.

Timeline Photos 05/28/2021

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/31-6/4): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/31-6/4): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Jackson Mohr Day petition underway to remember TMI student | Kids Who Make SA Great 05/25/2021

Jackson Mohr Day petition underway to remember TMI student | Kids Who Make SA Great

Kids Who Make SA Great! Ricky Rodriguez is a former student and we are so proud of his accomplishments.

https://www.kens5.com/article/news/local/outreach/kids-who-make-sa-great/the-quest-to-honor-tmi-student-jackson-mohr-kids-who-make-sa-great/273-411af7ca-72b2-47bb-b839-97af3cb9cd87

Jackson Mohr Day petition underway to remember TMI student | Kids Who Make SA Great Jackson Mohr was three months shy of making his 14th birthday. His unexpected death left his family and a community of youngsters reeling.

Timeline Photos 05/21/2021

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/24-5/28): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/24-5/28): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Timeline Photos 05/14/2021

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/17-5/21): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/17-5/21): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Timeline Photos 05/07/2021

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/10-5/14): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/10-5/14): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Timeline Photos 04/30/2021

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/3-5/7): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (5/3-5/7): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Photos from Foundation School of Autism - San Antonio's post 04/30/2021

Ms. Kenisha's and Ms. Liz's classes had a Fiesta float contest today. The staff voted and have announced a winner. Congratulations to Ethan for his bacon mariachi/pizza themed float!"

Timeline Photos 04/23/2021

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (4/26-4/30): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Based on area COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Minimal Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (4/26-4/30): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in Grades PK-12 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Staff and visitors will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Timeline Photos 04/23/2021

Based on county COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Moderate Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (4/26-4/30): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in grades PK-2 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Students in grades 3-12 will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult, including in classrooms. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Based on county COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Moderate Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (4/26-4/30): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in grades PK-2 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Students in grades 3-12 will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult, including in classrooms. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Timeline Photos 04/16/2021

Based on county COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Moderate Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (4/19-4/23): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in grades PK-2 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Students in grades 3-12 will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult, including in classrooms. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Based on county COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Moderate Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (4/19-4/23): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in grades PK-2 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Students in grades 3-12 will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult, including in classrooms. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Timeline Photos 04/09/2021

Based on county COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Moderate Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (4/12-4/16): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in grades PK-2 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Students in grades 3-12 will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult, including in classrooms. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

Based on county COVID-19 activity levels, our campus will adopt the protective measures found under "Moderate Activity" in our ResponsiveEd COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines this week (4/12-4/16): responsiveed.com/covid-19.

Among other practices, this means that students in grades PK-2 will wear face coverings as feasible in hallways, common areas, and during arrival and dismissal. Students in grades 3-12 will wear face coverings as feasible, especially when social distancing is difficult, including in classrooms. Thank you for your partnership in the safety of the students and staff on our campus.

04/02/2021

It's #WorldAutismAwarenessDay! To celebrate, we're joined by our Campus Director Rheatha Miller as she talks about the benefits of early intervention and a new Foundation School of Autism coming to North Texas: https://bit.ly/3wmLtTg. #ProvidingHope

* This photo was taken in 2015

It's #WorldAutismAwarenessDay! To celebrate, we're joined by our Campus Director Rheatha Miller as she talks about the benefits of early intervention and a new Foundation School of Autism coming to North Texas: https://bit.ly/3wmLtTg. #ProvidingHope

* This photo was taken in 2015

Our Story

In 2010, ResponsiveEd opened The Foundation School of Autism–San Antonio to provide the best education possible for young children on the Autism Spectrum. The Foundation School of Autism–San Antonio is a tuition-free, public charter school serving children ages 3-7 with a focus on early intervention.

The school focuses on these early years because research shows that if children receive early intervention before the age of six, it can change the course of their lives. Instruction is provided in a small learning environment (student/teacher ratio is 7/2) with the resources and staff to provide the intensive programs and support services—speech therapy, occupational therapy, and applied behavior analysis—needed for children with autism.

Each child receives an individual education plan to develop and improve key areas such as learning readiness, independent work, and academics. We teach important socio-emotive skills to help children navigate tricky social interactions that often cause them difficulty during their school years. Additionally, we provide special training to parents to help them cope with their child’s behavior.

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2235 Thousand Oaks Dr #130
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