This is a district-based program for students grades K-12 with moderate to severe learning challenges, along with some emotional, physical and/or management needs. The focus of the class is to help students to develop academic, social and emotional strengths to maximize their learning and growth. At the secondary level, students may access the Activities of Daily Living Center, or career readiness programs such as Career and Technical Education courses, the Hospitality and Applied Skills program, or Work-Based Learning. These students typically benefit from further skill development in the areas of functional academics, activities of daily living, vocational awareness and training, social skills and community orientation.
This district-based program is for students grades K-12 with multiple and severe disabilities, physical disabilities, and/or traumatic brain injuries. The focus of the class is to help students develop academic, social and emotional strengths to maximize their learning and growth.
This is a district-based program for students grades K-8 with a diagnosis of Autism or unique needs associated with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The program is highly structured, utilizing strategies from TEACCH, Applied Behavioral Analysis, DIR and the SCERTS® model as appropriate based on student needs.
This district-based program helps students grades K-12 who require small group instruction for their management needs. The program focuses on standards-based academic skills and social-emotional development using a variety of strategies based on student strengths. Students may access mainstream classroom opportunities as appropriate.
A program designed for students grades K-12 with intensive management needs due to emotional and/or behavioral disabilities further complicated by developmental and/or intellectual disabilities. This program offers standards-based academics and social-emotional development using a variety of strategies centered on student strengths. The program includes enriched mental health support services, pro-social skills training and therapeutic crisis intervention.
A program created for students grades K-6 with intensive management needs due to emotional and/or behavioral disabilities. The program focuses on standards-based academic skills and social-emotional development using a variety of strategies based on student strengths. Mental Health staff are on-site full-time and staff receive Therapeutic Crisis Intervention training.
This program is for students grades 7-12 with severe psychiatric, social and emotional challenges that impact learning. Students are supported by school-based mental health staff, psychiatric and nursing services, and other related services as requested. A standards-based curriculum in conjunction with comprehensive mental health services to include family and student counseling. Program services are delivered at multiple center-based sites depending on students’ grade levels.
This is a community-based program for students aged 18-21 who have completed four or more years of high school but are still eligible for school-age services. The students have elected to extend their classroom experiences to enhance social and vocational competences as well as community orientation and skills of daily living as they work towards obtaining a CDOS Credential, Skills and Achievement Commencement Credential, or Regents diploma. A career-readiness placement is a typical component of this program.