• Special Education

    An Individualized Educational Planning Team (IEPT) determines the programs and services for each student after considering the least restrictive environment in which the student will learn successfully. This means the student will be placed in a class that is appropriate to meet his or her unique needs. Options may include direct instruction in the special education classroom, teacher consultant support, regular education classroom, or collaborative teaching.

    Learning Resource Center (LRC)

    This course is for those who have been scheduled into the LRC. The purpose of the program is to assist students who have been identified through an Individual Educational Planning Team (IEPT) to develop skills that are needed for school success. This program emphasizes study skills, reading, listening comprehension, writing, math computation and problem solving, and test preparation. Each student's needs are assessed and planned for when considering what services will be offered each year.

    Adjusted Learning Program (ALP)

    The Adjusted Learning Program is a course of study offered to students with special needs. It gives students the opportunity to develop those attitudes, abilities, and work habits essential to success in employment and in life. This program combines academic and vocational experience. Whenever possible, practical work experiences are provided both in school and in the community. The purpose of these courses is to assist students who have been identified through an Individual Educational Planning Team (IEPT).

    Adjusted Studies Program (ASP)

    Students taking courses in this program are scheduled after an individualized education program is developed through the IEPT process.

    Faculty:

    Lisa Steiner

     

     

     

     

    Development Learning Program (DLP)

    The Development Learning Program is offered to students with special education needs. The curriculum is designed to develop independent living skills, functional skills in math and reading, pre-vocational and vocational skills. When appropriate students participate in work experiences either in school or in the community. The purpose of this program is to assist students who have been identified through an Individual Educational Planning Team (IEPT)

    Secondary Resource Center (SRC)

    Direct teaching classes are offered at both high schools when the need is identified through the IEPT process.

    Specialized Support Staff

    English Language Learners

    Nancy Rieth

    Psychologist

    Christine Kuhl

    Speech Therapist

    Nancy Ringler

    Social Worker

    Julie Brewster