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Scholar Support

We want to support all of our students while recognizing the unique abilities, experiences, and needs of all scholars. Learn more about how we’re providing special education scholars and non-native speakers the resources they need to thrive.

Momentum Academy provides special education services to eligible students under federal, state and local regulations. Students receive specially designed direct services in order to progress toward annual short- and long-term, educationally relevant goals. These are outlined by the student’s Individualized Education Plan or Individualized Accommodation Plan.

ELL Education Team

The ELL team vows to utilize knowledge and service provided to the homeroom teachers by the ELL team about their students and best ELL practices. Our belief is that collaboration between experts in content with a student focus will create a streamlined and holistic approach to each child’s learning needs.

See ELL Policy 

Scholar Resources

Additional resources and support are provided by in house and contracted services, for additional information please contact your child’s case manager.

Special Education Evaluation

Fill out the Special Education Evaluation Referral Form Here

Learn more from the Missouri Department of Education

Parent Information

Procedural Safeguards

Dyslexia Plan

The purpose of this document is to outline the state requirements, guidance and the implementation of the Dyslexia requirements.


View Plan Document

Gifted Education Program

Gifted students are defined in Section 162.675, RSMo as “students who exhibit precocious development of mental capacity and learning potential as determined by competent professional evaluation to the extent that continued educational growth and stimulation could best be served by an academic environment beyond that offered through a standard grade-level curriculum.”

Momentum Academy follows guidelines for gifted identification required by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, looking at multiple criteria to determine if gifted education services are needed.   Additional information on Missouri Gifted Education can be found here.

Gifted Policy

Family Resources

A hub for links, documents and information families might need.

Parent Portal

We are pleased to offer access to the Momentum Academy Student Information System, Infinite Campus’ Parent Portal for the 2023-24 school year. Through the portal parents/guardians will be able access scholar’s gradebook, view daily attendance, view missing assignments, and submit requests for address and contact information updates.

Logins are provided for each family, click here to view the information letter (download). Parents may log in on their mobile device and online! We ask that parents/guardians ensure that there is an updated email address for you on file with the main office, this will allow you to utilize the forgotten password feature in the portal.

For your ease of access, click here to download the app, or find it in your phone’s App Store or Google Play.

If you have any trouble signing in, please reach out to our tech team at

Family Handbook & Policies

The Commitment to Excellence agreement outlines how the school staff, scholars, and parents will share responsibility for promoting high scholar achievement, character and academic growth. Parents/Guardians will receive this document at the beginning of each school year and all parties will agree to uphold the values of the schools as outlined in the Family Handbook. The Commitment to Excellence document will be reviewed and signed on an annual basis and will serve as the handbook acknowledgement form. This Commitment to Excellence will also serve as the School-Parent- Scholar Compact that is a Title I. Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) requirement.


Download the Full 2023-2024 Family Handbook

Addressing Family Concerns – Complaint & Resolution Procedure

Momentum Academy is committed to maintaining a strong partnership and ongoing dialogue between its teachers, staff, our scholars and their families. If you have a concern about a school policy, academic grade, discipline decision, or anything else, we welcome your input and encourage you to contact the appropriate staff member at the school.

See the Parent Complaint Form starting on page 35 of the Family Handbook


Parent Complaint Form

Please let us know what's on your mind. Have a question for us? Ask away.
Resolution Process Step 1: Contact Staff Member involved. If a parent has an issue or concern, the first step towards resolving the issue should be to contact the staff member involved by phone or email. The staff member and parent will then discuss the issue to reach a resolution that satisfies both parties. Step 2: Written Complaint sent to Principal. If the issue is not resolved by step 1, the parents’ next step is to write a letter to the principal or use the “Parent Complaint Form” to explain the issue. The principal may take up to ten days to investigate the situation and will then send a written decision to the parent. The parent should copy the Regional Director of Operations on the complaint form. Step 3: Written Complaint Sent to the Board Chairperson. If the parent is unsatisfied with the principal’s decision, the parent may write a letter to the Board Chairperson or use the “Parent Complaint Form” to explain the issue. The Board Chairperson may take up to ten business days to investigate and reach a decision. The Board Chairperson will then send a written decision to the parent within 10 business days of receiving the letter or form. Please note that the Board Chairperson will not respond to complaints that have not gone through steps 1-3.