Student supports are based on individual student needs and follow a continuum in the student’s least restrictive environment.
General education class (es) with special education monitoring, consultation, collaboration, accommodations and modifications.
General education class (es) with special education services provided individually or in small groups in the classroom.
General education class (es) with special education services provided individually or in small groups outside the classroom.
General education class (es) with part-time integration for academics in general education classroom.
Developmentally delayed classes are designed to provide a functional curriculum along with community-based instruction, which includes many skills needed for daily living. English skills, math skills, specially designed PE, daily living skills, community skills and vocational training, as well as, integration into the school setting are infused into this curriculum.
Students may also qualify for the need for related services as the need impacts their ability to access the general curriculum. The most common providers are Speech-Language Pathologists, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, School Nurses, Mental Health Clinicians, Assistive Technology Specialists, Deaf-Hard of Hearing Itinerants, Visual Impairment Itinerants