Special Education

  • 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 Room: 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): Instruction focuses on

    • assisting each student in experiencing success in academic an/or elective subjects at his/her ability level. Students in Academic Life Skills exhibit significant academic needs which are pervasive in all core academics
    • assisting each student in securing functional/self help, vocational skills
    • assisting each student in obtaining socialization skills to be used in daily and community living
    • increasing skills that lead to independence within the 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)

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