• Inclusion Support Setting: In the inclusion support setting the special education teacher or paraprofessional provides direct support for students with disabilities in the general education classroom. Services are individualized according to the needs of the students based on ARD committee recommendations.  

    Resource Setting: Resource Setting is an amount of time that a student receives intensive direct instruction from a special education teacher in a separate setting from the general education classroom to address the specific goals in a student’s IEP.

    Academic Life Skills (ALS)

    In the Academic Life Skills classroom there is an equal focus on both academics and life skills. Reading, Writing, Math, Science, Social Studies are taught at the student’s ability level.  In addition, social skills and functional life skills such as navigating the building safely, following routines, learning to attend to instruction and completing tasks are directly taught in a small group environment. The goal of the ALS setting is to help students gain the skills needed for independence in the school and community.

    Primary and Intermediate COMMUNICATION (COMM): Classes are designed to provide a highly structured instructional program for students with Autism Spectrum disorder(s) and/or severe communications disorder whose academic, communication and behavioral needs cannot be met in other settings.

    Behavioral Academic Support Environment (BASE)

    Specially Designed Instruction (SDI)