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 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.
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.