Instruction based on individual IEP determined needs to prepare students for life after receiving a high school diploma. Preparation for college, work training programs and partnerships with community agencies to support student involvement in integrated postsecondary education and employment settings.
Work-based learning that allows students to gain employment skills through a variety of experiences including classroom education, service learning, simulated work tasks, supported vocational experiences and competitive wage jobs. These experiences allow students to gain greater independence in work related environments preparing them to successfully transition to the next phase in their lives.
Activities designed to provide opportunities for students to learn functional skills for everyday living including cooking, shopping, banking, housing, self-advocacy and problem solving skills through engagement in real world activities. These experiences allow students to gain confidence and increase independence in activities of home living, community participation, recreation and leisure. Check out these photos of student work conducted through our Distance Learning Cooking class! Students select a meal they want to learn to prepare and/or teach their peers so they can make it at home, too.