Mobile Classroom Solutions

Mobile Classroom Solutions provides hybrid therapeutic educational products and services to students with special needs, students that are English language learners, and students that want to exceed their academic potential!


Are you seeking high-quality educational services and programs for your child in Central Florida? Look no further! At Mobile Classroom Solutions, we are dedicated to providing personalized education and assistance to learners of all types, including students with special needs, e.g. Autism, Attention Hyperactivity Deficit Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD),  and Anxiety. Our experienced team offers a range of services, including therapy, education, and community resources, all tailored to meet the unique needs of your child.

We also provide Educational Support Services, including Tutoring, IEP Training, Development, and Student Advocacy; Parent Training, Consulting/Lesson Planning, Assessments, Vocational Skills, and Test Prep. Contact us today to learn more and to schedule a consultation with our team.

Core Values


We are honest about our expectations for attaining goals


We seek to treat all learners with respect by recognizing their natural talents


Goals and Assessments are selected based upon informal and formal assessment data


We are unwavering in high-quality service, regardless of the limitation or behavior


We are unmatched in our passion to help our clients and their families achieve their long term goals


Who We are

We are a group of highly trained and experienced, certified teachers and reading specialists. The mode of services and programs that we provide includes In-person and virtual services.

Our Leadership

Meet Our Team

Programs & Services

Homeschool Services

We provide Small Group & Individual Tutoring Lessons (Full Time and Part Time Formats), Lesson Planning, Consultation, Home Education Plans, Assessment, and Portfolio Evaluation.

Academic Tutoring

Online and In-person individual and group sessions for improving Reading, Writing, Math, and Social Skills. Lessons and hands-on, interactive, and provided in a hybrid, therapeutic educational format.

Educational Consulting

Provides assistance with planning of homeschool curriculum, academic enrichment, and when necessary, determining if the student may be eligible for IEP services, vocational, social, behavioral skills.

Behavioral Consulting

Provides assistance with behavior that might interfere with desired educational outcomes. If necessary, collaboration with a Certified Behavior Analyst or Psychologist can be provided for an additional fee or with certain insurance providers.

IEP Advocacy

Includes review of current IEP, parent training and consultation, direct observation of student, recommendations, and attendance to IEP meetings. Great for parents who would like to understand more and improve their current IEP document and process.

Professional Writing

Includes the composition and editing of research papers, scholarship/ college essays, grant writing, resume writing, and editing or professional documentation.


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Frequently Asked Questions

In order to get started with the application process, you need to contact Jennifer Palmer at 863-510-7357 or via email at to receive an application. Applications are also available to those who complete the Google form:  It will be sent to you via email within 48 hours of request. Upon receipt of the application and submission of the requested documents, a contract will be devised and a date for mandatory orientation will be set. Once the contract has been signed, and payment has been submitted, the student will be scheduled for service accordingly.

Students may attend services in person or virtual, but must be approved for virtual lessons by the teacher. It is recommended that all services start in-person, although this is not a requirement.

An I.E.P is an Individualized Educational Plan. Students who have a medical diagnosis and require additional supports to be successful in the classroom setting are provided with this plan to ensure that all services are being provided and collaborated on. After parents, therapists, teachers, and all requested professionals meet, a document is developed by the teacher that reflects those goals set at the meeting.

For tutoring, there is a $75.00 enrollment fee per student. For each subject, students will need a textbook, folder and a notebook. An electronic device is not required, but recommended when available (no phones). All other supplies will be provided.

Clients will be tested in Math and Reading using the MAP Assessment. This assessment is taken in two sessions on two different days and lasts approximately an hour each, but have no time limit, and depend on the student’s preference. Yes, accommodations can be provided according to the student’s IEP.

The free minute consultation includes a brief interview with the contacting family member, a quick overview of report card and IEP goals, and a plan of action including resources for the family (financial, educational, legal, etc.) For more in-depth discussion, consultation can be scheduled in 30-minute blocks after the initial session.

The 504 or IEP plan is recommended for a family who has a child that is struggling in school, have a need but have not develop an IEP. This process involves getting the proper paperwork in place, requesting a meeting, and attending the meeting with set goals in mind. We can educate parents on what they need to know prior to the meeting, assist with goal setting, educate parents about the overall document, the development process, and help you to select the BEST accommodations for your child!

These are strategies that are proven to help students to be successful. There are hundreds of accommodations out there that can be part of an IEP or 504 plan.For more information, please contact us at

We do not use a set curriculum with our homeschool group because we synthesize our lessons using a combination of online and in person curriculum. Each student receives an individualized lesson plan. Some of the books and programs that we use are the Spectrum Books; online curriculum includes Epic! Books Online library, Flocabulary,, Prodigy Math, Xtra Math,, and Seesaw Online Learning Journal. We follow goals rather than curriculum and pull the necessary tools to meet those goals.

Tutoring Programs require a $75.00 Enrollment Fee. Families are then billed according to the hours requested.

Homeschool Programs require a $200.00 Enrollment Fee and a $300 supply fee. Please see pricing guide for other questions about pricing. Pricing is assigned based on level of support and preparation required by MCS to meet the students’ needs.

MCS currently accepts the following forms of payment:

  • Zelle (, 
  • Venmo (jennifer-palmer-158), 
  • Cashapp ($blessed4589),
  • Cash 
  • Debit and Credit Cards (Subject to an additional 3% service charge) 
  • Step Up for Students Scholarships: Reading and Family Empowerment
  • No Checks Please

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Jennifer M. Palmer
B.S. Psychology

Founder & President

Jennifer M Palmer graduated from Bradley University in 2008, where she obtained her Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Psychology. During this time, she was introduced to behavior modification for nontypical learners. While completing her graduate studies at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Jennifer gave birth to her beautiful son, Jaiden. Jennifer has worked as a teacher and a behavior specialist in Polk County for nearly ten years. She feels very passionate about providing persons with disabilities with high quality instruction and resources and believes that everyone deserves to be recognized for their innate abilities. Miss Palmer obtained her Florida Teacher Certification from Polk County in 2017, and worked for Polk County Schools for nearly 5 years before founding MCS. She developed a unique approach to learning with respect to the growing needs of populations that require diverse, non-traditional classroom settings. In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys art, music, traveling, serving in her Sorority, and showing her son the world! She also currently serves as the Advisory Board Chairman for MCS.

Amber Kuzma
M.S., B.C.B.A.

Founding Advisory Board Member

Amber is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst that has worked in the field of human services for nearly 20 years across the Midwest and Florida. She obtained her masters degree in Applied Behavior Analysis & Therapy from Southern Illinois University Carbondale in 2011. Amber has worked with a wide range of populations providing positive behavior modification. She has a special passion for persons with disabilities, personally and professionally, and has served Mobile Classroom Solutions, Incorporated since its inception in January 2021. Amber also has experience with animal therapy. In her spare time, Amber enjoys art, reading, and spending time with her family, her dogs, and her exotic pet collection.

Jacqueline Palmer

Curriculum & Instruction & Ed. Leadership

Jacqueline Palmer obtained her masters’ degrees from the University of Illinois in Curriculum and Instruction(2015) and Educational Organization & Leadership (2019). She currently is employed as an instructional coach for the Shaker Heights District of Ohio. Jacqueline has worked in the field of education for over 15 years. She brings her expertise and knowledge regarding lesson plan ideas, differentiation strategies, knowledge of curricula and standards, building relationships, working with parents, and conducting professional development opportunities. Her experience in working with inclusion educational settings incited her passion in helping students with disabilities. In her spare time, Jacque enjoys playing video games, singing, and completing word puzzles.

Tonya Akwetey

Founding Advisory Board Member

The Bill & Melinda Gates Scholar, Tonya Akwetey, is the Community Outreach Manager for Healthy Start Coalition of Hardee, Highlands & Polk Counties, Inc., a non-profit organization working to improve maternal and child health in her community. Her work includes community-wide education, coordinating prevention services, helping reduce barriers, investigating and analyzing the data, and increasing access to care for the entire family. As the Community Outreach Manager, Tonya enjoys training, educating, engaging, mentoring, and empowering everyone she meets! Moreover, she is a co-founder of Melanin Families Matter, a non-profit organization focusing on African American maternal and infant mortality rates in Polk County. Her greatest joy is being a mommy to Emmanuel and Emily! In her free time, she enjoys reading books, traveling to new locations, meeting new people, and is currently pursuing a doctoral program.

Amy Adler

Advisory Board Member

Amy Adler, DVM, is a graduate of Cornell University for both her undergraduate and veterinary degrees, completed in 1992. She currently works as a veterinarian and has lived in Polk County for nearly 10 years. As the mother of a young adult with special needs, Amy has a unique perspective and is very passionate about optimizing services available in Central Florida. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking with her two and four-legged family members, and spending time at the beach.